#KajoTries Nyems Sekal Cafeteria

Are you scrolling through Foodpanda and undecided about what you want to eat? If you feel like local cuisine for lunch or dinner, you could try Nyems Sekal Cafeteria. Their menu selection on Foodpanda offers diverse types of dishes served with your choice of Nasi Kukus, Nasi Putih, Mee/Kuey Teow or

10 YouTube channels if you love Korean street food

Along with K-pop and K-dramas, South Korean food has garnered a huge following over the years. While it has become a matter of course today to find South Korean food outside of South Korea, in its country of origin, you typically find street food at bunsikjap (snack bars), pojangmacha (street stalls)

8 French pastries to make at home during this pandemic

Staying at home during this pandemic has become the perfect chance to hone your baking skills. If you have run out of ideas on what to make, how about a real challenge like some French pastries? Here are 8 French pastries you can try to make at home: 1.Croissant Kicking off this French

5 favourite ways Malaysians eat their cornflakes

Malaysians love cornflakes. However, the weird thing is that we do not necessarily enjoy them as breakfast cereal with milk poured on top, but have (improved?) upon this Western breakfast staple with local stylings. Here are five favourite ways Malaysians eat their cornflakes: 1.Cookies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAn7nhsB1CI Even if Malaysian households do not

How Korean dramas introduced the world to ‘chimaek’

Photo by Unsplash. If you are a K-drama fan, you must know about ‘chimaek’. It is a Korean slang word which mashes up chikin (fried chicken) and maekju (beer). For Sarawakians, the last thing you would imagine to pair your beer with is fried chicken. However, South Korean have introduced the

What you should know about French cake, madeleine

Madeleine, also known as petite madeleine, is a traditional cake from France. It is known for its distinctive shell-like shape. There are just four main ingredients in a basic madeleine recipe; eggs, sugar, flour and unsalted butter. As for the flavouring, some recipes include ground almonds for the nutty taste or lemon

5 things you need to know about Korean dish buldak

Have you had buldak before? Buldak, or literally translated to “fire chicken” (bul means fire and dak translates as chicken) is a heavily spiced, barbecued chicken dish. Unlike other Korean dishes like kimbap whose history can be traced back a hundred years, buldak is relatively new in the Korean cuisine. Famous Korean

What you need to know about Basque burnt cheesecake

One of the hottest trends in the world of baking nowadays is none other than the Basque burnt cheesecake. How much do you know about this addictive, creamy, delightful piece of dessert? Here's what you should know about Basque burnt cheesecake: Do not be scared of its burnt look! Credit: Pixabay. 1.Its birth place