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The classic Indian chicken curry concoction that gives you a little spice and a whole lot of goodness.
Chicken marinated with chili hot spices to dance on your taste buds with every bite.
Four vegetables face off 2 meats in this royal rumble dish that will leave your tummy feeling oh so good.
Vermicelli noodles slapped around with soy sauce, meat and vegetables to give you a filling breakfast.
If you like sambal stingray then say hello to its little cousin the barramundi which bathes itself in sambal gravy as well.
This savory and hearty beef curry makes a fabulous introduction for curry eaters.
If TCM practitioners say you need more cooling food for your body. Try this yoghurt based salad.
Yellow noodles coated in caramel dark soy sauce complimented by vegetables and meat.
A play on milk as a secret agent to enhance to juiciness of the chicken which can be complimented with bread as a meal.
This eggplant paste salad goes so well when eaten with spicy food as the coolness of the salad compliments the heat from the spicy dish.
This is a Weekday Cook's favorite when eating Zi Char, goes with plain rice or any other dish. An overall crowd pleaser.