Edible Memories is an ebook collection of 120 Malaysian favorite dishes of yesteryear and today that covers Nyonya, Chinese-Malaysian, Malay and Indonesian cuisines. They are recipes handed-down by the author's grandmothers and aunties who were prodigious cooks that produced amazing meals, whether simple daily ones or for festivities. In the book, the author shares his fondest recollection of watching the dishes being prepared, the clear steps learned from his elders of how to reproduce the dishes, as well as his grandmothers' secrets for a successful result. The recipes have been adapted to today's modern appliances with instructions given for the electric pressure cooker, air fryer, and other appliances to shorten preparation and cooking times.
The book consists of ever-popular recipes: Nasi Lemak Kukus, Sambal Udang/Sotong, Chee Cheong Fun (and sauce), Yeong Taufu (and sauce), Asam Laksa, Achar Awak, Karipop, Keropok, Bakwa, Sate with Pineapple Peanut Sauce, Taro Cake, Chee Pau Kai, Ayam Masak Chili Garam, Gado Gado, Mi Soto Ayam, Otak Otak, Ikan Kuah Lada, Har Lok, Udang Asam, Claypot Chicken Rice, many Nyonya kuehs and cookies, as well as vegetable dishes and 19 popular soups.
This book also documents dishes that are rarely cooked these days like Kau Yok, Kueh Lepat Kacang, Kueh Pulut Rempah Udang, Kueh Pulut Tekan/Kueh Tai Tai, Yeong Yue, Yim Kook Kai, Hai Cho and more.
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Nearly all dishes have links to beautiful photos of the dish by the author, a link to print the recipe (without the stories), and links to ingredient photos. The author also reveals the secret elements to making an authentic-tasting and successful dish at home. The file can be read on all devices including the smartphone and it is transferable among personal devices.
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A cookbook consisting of Malaysian classic dishes covering Nyonya, Malaysian-Chinese, Malay and Indonesian dishes that the author grew up eating. The recipes have been upgraded to include the use of the electric pressure cooker and air fryer, as well as quicker and more efficient ways to reproduce these favorites of yesteryear and today.