Sarawak laksa comes from the Malaysian state of Sarawak, on the island of Borneo. The prime ingredient is a paste made from a wide range of ingredients. Sarawak laksa is also commonly found in neighboring Borneo states of Sabah and Brunei, and as a result, some might be led to believe that there are distinct Sabah and Brunei laksa recipes, although it is actually identical to Sarawak laksa.
Lassi is a popular traditional dahi-based drink that originated in the Indian subcontinent. Lassi is a blend of yoghurt, water, spices and sometimes fruit. Namkeen lassi is similar to doogh, while sweet and mango lassis are like milkshakes. Bhang lassi is infused with the drug cannabis in the form of bhang
Nothing is more of a comfort food than good old cookies. Cookies with M&M, the best!
Cupcakes seem uniquely suited to our modern sensibilities. They're portion-controlled, portable, easy to make in batches, open to lots of decorating strategies, tasty and can be inexpensive to make. Who doesn't love a little bit of cupcakes in their lives? But what about Strawberry chocolate in cup?
Pandan leaves are used in many Asian cuisines. It is versatile, use for dessert and also savory. It has its own taste, sweet aromatic smell. If you never tried pandan before, you missed the most precious natural food flavoring.
Lemon chicken is the name of several dishes found in cuisines around the world which include chicken and lemon. In Canadian Chinese cuisine, it usually consists of pieces of chicken meat that are sautéed or deep-fried and coated with a thick, sweet lemon-flavored sauce. The Chinese restaurant of the Panda Hotel in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, used to serve its version of Lemon Chicken with the chicken pieces coated in batter, then rolled in almond slivers and deep-fried and served with the lemon-glaze sauce.
Kuih Koci is a Malay dumpling-like made from glutinous rice flour, and stuffed with coconut fillings with palm sugar. This snack is often as a dessert and can be eaten anytime.
Cendol is a sweet dessert great during those hot and sunny days. Cendol that contains droplets of worm-like green rice flour jelly, coconut milk and palm sugar syrup. It is a common dessert in Southeast Asia.
Usually called chikin in Korea and this refers to a variety of fried chicken dishes from South Korea. In South Korea, fried chicken is consumed as a meal, an appetizer, or as an after-meal snack.
Ayam Masak Merah; or red-cooked chicken in English, is a common dish found in Malay food eateries. It is a casserole of chicken pieces in tomato.
Apam Balik is a sweet peanut pancake which is found in most parts in Southeast Asia. These can be found in night markets at times.
Making ice cream typically involves not only a machine but more than a day of preparation; the plastic-bag method simplifies things and makes up for more than a little fun with the kids. Be sure to have CSR Caster Sugar on hand for a smoother, richer texture!
Bubur Kacang Hijau is dessert with a Southeast Asian touch guaranteed to satisfy your need for a sweet fix. With pandan leaves, sago, and coconut milk bringing out the flavour, add in CSR Caster Sugar for the full experience.
In true Malaysian fashion, the Beef Rendang fuses together sweet, sour, and savory elements, the curry picking up a creamy richness from two forms of coconut; deeply spiced with ginger and tumeric, kaffir lime and chillies. Sprinkle in a pinch of CSR Soft Brown Sugar to make the flavors truly pop!
Cakes have been established as a mainstay at most occasions, may it be birthdays, weddings, even bachelor parties. Leading the pack, seemingly never going out of style, is the chocolate cake. CSR Caster Sugar, with its smoothness, helps you achieve richer, moister cakes filled to the brim with chocolatey perfection.
Chocolate chip cookies are a go-to favourite dessert, sweet snack, or after-school treat. With CSR Caster Sugar and CSR Golden Brown Sugar, you'll have top notch chocolate chip cookies to serve and enjoy in no time!
Directly translated as Indonesian Layer cake, having being made up of multi layered thin sponge cakes; the Kek Lapis Indonesia is a very rich cake with very high contents of eggs and butter, usually served during festive occasions and holidays. A very unique cake where spices are added in to give the sweet aroma, a touch of CSR Caster Sugar rounds it all up nicely.
If Japan has Ramen, then Malaysia and Singapore have Laksa which is fiery flavoursome. Toppings may include cockles, cuttlefish, and sliced hard boiled eggs. Available in various versions from mild to spicy; the soup has a paler colour and fried chili paste is added to give it that fiery appearance. Add a little CSR Soft Brown Sugar into the mix to to balance out the sharpness and you’re good to go!
Sometimes good coffee tends to be greater than the sum of its parts. Hong Kong Milk Coffee is an example of that particular ‘sometime’. Great as a morning pick-me-up or as something to unwind to at teatime, this great HK institution is made even better with CSR Golden Brown Sugar.