Tag » Otak-otak

Otak-Otak (English & Indonesian Language)

otak-otak is the food of Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia are usually made from mackerel fish wrapped in banana leaves manner and baked. In Malaysia, Muar famous for Otak-Otak. 454 more words

Day 7: Penang

For those who know us, you will certainly be aware that we have no intention of just eating this food for these (sadly) few days never to partake again. 1.131 more words

Madam Kwan's At Suria KLCC

Madam Kwan’s, 420-421 Fourth Floor, Suria KLCC, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur

I love kangkong sambal belachan, I really do. My most enduring memory of it is from 2005/06. 1.081 more words

La Petite Mangue- A Taste of Cambodia

By Sotong

3 months since I was last back in Malaysia and boy, do I miss the food back home. So, when I was invited for dinner at La Petite Mangue with my friend from… 465 more words

Plateau/Mile-End

Kuliner Unik Khas Kepulauan Riau

Kepulauan Riau merupakan provinsi baru yang disahkan pada tahun 2002 hasil dari pemekaran Provinsi Riau. Provinsi yang kaya sumber daya alam ini ternyata memiliki aneka ragam kuliner yang menyuguhkan cita rasa berbeda dari berbagai kuliner khas provinsi Indonesia lainnya. 383 more words

Malaysian street food : Otak-otak (spiced fish cake)

Otak-otak is a popular street side snack, or kuih* all over Malaysia and in Singapore, too.

It’s a paste of minced fish and spices which is wrapped into a banana leaf and cooked over a barbecue. 225 more words

Food

Do You Use Banana Leaves?

I love using Banana leaves as wraps for slow gentle grilling and steaming. Then, they go into the bokashi bucket or the compost drum. If the food wrapped is non-greasy – like a dessert – the leaf can even go into the worm bin. 111 more words

Kitchen News