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Today’s recipe feature is a well-loved Malaysian dish. What’s not to love when the dish is a concoction of flavours – The chilles spice up the gravy, the tamarind juice lends its sourness and natural sweetness, the daun kesum, lemon grass and shallots gives the dish a potent zesty fragrance. I encourage you to make […]

This month, Misako-sensei introduces a simple yet mouthwatering grilled fish dish using Spanish Mackerel Fillet. Called sawara in Japan, the kanji character for Spanish mackerel is a combination of “fish” and “spring.” As this implies, it is considered a spring fish, available starting in March. Japanese people can actually enjoy this fish all year round, […]

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