Quick and easy ” Known as an Indonesian black nut called buah keluah in Malay. The nut is mainly found in parts of South East Asia of Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Growing up in a peranakan/nonya home, this is known to be a traditional dish, a hard treasure to find but one of the most frequent delights.” My grandmother’s mom (great grandmother) taught my grandma at a very young age how to make this authentic […]
Quick and easy “Is a very spicy curry flavoured with candlenuts, galangal and vinegar. From the Eurasian Kristang (Cristão) culinary tradition in Singapore and Malacca, Malaysia. It is often served during Christmas and on other special occasions.” My aunty Val is renown in the family to making Devil’s curry and even making it incredibly spicy that it is difficult to finish the dish without a glass or two a water. When ever someone mentioned this […]
Quick and easy “Translated as soya sauce braised pork belly.” My grandma is an excellent cook, she is the chef of Peranakan food in the family and my mentor, sharing her secrets to me. Recently cooking this dish with my grandma on facetime. Another memory of me cooking this dish for the staff is when I was interning at Roux at Parliament Square.