At delimilli, we believe that great food starts from home. We endeavor to cook from scratch, using fresh produce as much as we can. We cook authentic Malaysian, Singaporean and Cantonese cuisines, with a Latin American twist.

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  • Curried Beef and Potatoes Turnover (Epok-Epok)
    on Apr 17, 2011 in epok-epok empanadas
    Curried Beef and Potatoes Turnover (Epok-Epok) Epok-epok or curried beef and potatoes turnover is a snack that is often featured in the childhoods of many of us Malay kids growing up in Singapore. They are most often eaten during tea time, or during...
  • Cumin Shrimp Stirfry
    on Apr 15, 2011
    Cumin Shrimp Stirfry The first time I heard of Nepali curry is from my dear friend in Singapore, Kak Lin. Thanks Kak Lin! However, I am not able to cook Kak Lin's version on this occasion. Instead, I decided to give a shot at a drier version of the s...
  • Red Snapper Poached in Malay Tamarind Broth (Assam Pedas Ikan Merah)
    on Apr 11, 2011 in Assam Fish
    Red Snapper Poached in Malay Tamarind Broth With Eggplant and Okra (Assam Pedas Ikan Merah) If someone were to ask me what is the one quintessential Malay dish that I grew up with, I would say 'Assam Pedas Ikan Merah' without missing a beat. Thi...
  • Hainanese Chicken Rice
    on Apr 1, 2011 in Hainanese Chicken Rice
    Hainanese Chicken Rice My apologies for taking so long to post this recipe, but here it is finally. Hopefully you will enjoy cooking this simple yet delicious dish in the comfort of your kitchen. Hainanese chicken rice has its roots in the Hainan reg...
  • Clams in Fermented Black Bean SauceClams with Fermented Black Bean Sauce Friday night...  The weekend is finally here!!  If there is an Asian dish that most resembles a tapas snack or brings memories of boisterous fun times is this dish of Stir Fried Clams in Fermented Blac...
  • Malay Chicken Curry (Kari Ayam)
    on Mar 12, 2011
    Malay Chicken Curry This used to be my mom's Sunday lunch treat in Singapore when I was a child - a potful of steaming, spicy and delicious chicken curry. So when I moved to Chicago, my mom's chicken curry was one of the first things I decided t...
  • Chinese Hot Pot
    on Mar 10, 2011 in Chinese Hot Pot Fondue Steamboat
    Chinese Hot Pot / Steamboat / Fondue This meal is called different things by different people. In Singapore, we call it the 'Steamboat'. Connie's family in Guatemala calls it the 'Hotpot' and I think in Europe, this is called the Chinese fondue. Dif...
  • Dried Shrimp Noodle Stir Fry
    on Mar 9, 2011 in shrimp noodles
    Dried Shrimp Noodle Stir Fry This is one of Connie's mom's favorite dishes, which we recreate in our kitchen once in a while when the mood for a simple stir fry noodle strikes. The challenging task is to find good quality dried shrimp noodles. Super...
  • Spicy Chicken and Potato Stew
    on Mar 2, 2011 in Spicy Chicken Stew
    Spicy Chicken Stew Trust me - it tastes much, much better than it looks! So this is Ros' rendition of the Korean spicy chicken one pot dish - 'Dak Jorim' but I shall not make any references to its Korean origins since I worry that I may offend my Kor...
  • Cheryl's Homemade Carrot Cake
    on Feb 28, 2011 in Carrot Cake
    Cheryl's Homemade Carrot Cake Connie and I had a fantastic treat today of homemade carrot cake by our friend Cheryl. Thanks very much Cheryl! The cake was moist and delicious and the cream cheese frosting was amazing! We detected pineapple, carrot a...
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