Rice cakes stir-fried with mixed seafood and vegetables is an easy weeknight meal by itself. Try this Chinese recipe.
This is a popular classic Nyonya snack that you can find almost everywhere in Malaysia. The fish paste is wrapped in banana leaf parcels and then either steamed or grilled on a barbecue. The latter version has a nice, smokey flavour. Otak-otak actually means ‘brains’ in Malay, because of the springy, almost squishy texture of the cooked fish cake. But don’t worry, it’s delicious!
Assam Pedas literally means "sour spicy". The Assam fish curry is a Malaysian classic curry that goes great with any Malaysian rice delicacy.
A fiery Malaysian Indian Fish Curry made with tamarind paste, spicy chilli, curry leaves and coconut milk that gives it a traditional Indian twist! Try this Malaysian recipe.
Salmon is a great and tasty fish, enhanced by red curry sauce. It has slightly sweet taste dominance which makes the curry mild and smooth with nice aroma. Try this Thai fried fish in red curry!
An easy steamed fish recipe that is brimming with incredible flavours from the salted soy beans, garlic, spicy red chilli and fresh spring onions.
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