Sardines in tomato sauce.
This spicy mackerel is a tasty source of Omega-3 acids. Try fired mackerels as part of your main dish - simply add rice or noodles to serve.
A traditional Malaysian recipe with galangal and coriander.
Malaysian Thai Satay Sauce with Lemongrass.
Traditional Indonesian Hot Satay Sauce.
Making a traditional Malaysian fried rice is now easy! Simply add cooked rice, and if desired you can add vegetables, chicken, or prawns.
A favourite sauce to enhance flavour in Asian dishes. Use as a substitute for salt in Asian cooking.
Also known as Kecap Manis, this rich, thick caramelised sauce is used to add sweetness to a variety of dishes.
This versatile marinade has a sweet taste, and is perfect to marinate meats for roasting and grilling, or can be used as a stir-fry sauce.
A popular multi-purpose sauce. Great for stir-fries. marinating chicken or beef, or perfect as a dipping sauce..
Tender peas for ideal for cooking and making soup. Petai is a type of bean which is used in the traditional Malaysian dish, Sambal Prawns.
100% natural with no preservatives or additives, this premium quality coconut milk is perfect for curries, soups and desserts.
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