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Being in self-isolation at home can spur people to come up with creative meals or even take the opportunity to start a vegetable and herb patch.
THE movement control order (MCO) has marked many firsts for most Malaysians — restricted movement within certain hours, social distancing, stricter hygiene practices and quarantine for those returning from overseas.
Ramadan bazaar home-cooked edition: Cookbook author Marina Mustafa's ayam percik and popiah pedas recipes
Cookbook author Marina Mustafa shares an ayam percik recipe that was passed down to her from her mother and a chilli coated popiah recipe that is a staple in local Ramadan bazaars.
Bubbly television host Ili Sulaiman shares her childhood favourite recipes like pasta with meatballs and Peranakan-inspired chicken curry
From coffee to cili padi, food essentials during the MCO mean different things to different Malaysians.
Feeding a family staying home during the movement control order period means making three meals and snacks too – a tall order for some home cooks. And so the children have to help too.
With more and more people forced to cook daily meals, the expertise of these online cooking gurus has never been more important.
PENANG kuey teow soup, better known as kuey teow thng, is a staple comfort food and breakfast option on the island. However, in the Klang Valley, it faces stiff competition from the likes of pork noodles and pan mee.
WHILE some restaurants may rely on customers’ favourites to sustain their business, others place importance on innovating dishes on the menu.