Malaysian Recipes for Students abroad

4 years of study away from home has pushed me to learn to recreate local delicacies with easily accesible ingredients abroad.
I wouldn't dare claim these to have authentic and robust flavours of Malaysian cuisine; but it's a simplified version for us 'non-chefs' to have a go.

Experiences and Travels around Malaysia:
My return from Australia Dec 2007
Pulau Pangkor (Pangkor Island) with the family
Rumah Rehat Adeline (Gopeng) 2007
Valentines Day 07'

Travels to distant lands:
2 days in Macau / Macao Jan2007
Weekend in Hong Kong Jan2007
Tokyo+Osaka; Japan 2007

Across the Border to Singapore:
Family Weekend in Singapore Nov2006
Singapore July 2007
Xmas in Singapore 2007

Chap Goh Meh 07'
Chinese New Year 07'
Dong Zhi Festival
Lap Chun 07' (Standing Eggs)
Thaipusam 07

Delicious Compilations:
August 2008
Pasar Malam (ipoh)

Ayam Masak Merah
Black Sesame Tong Yuen with Icecream!
Bubur Cha Cha (with a lowfat twist!)
Caramel 'custards'
Chicken Satay
Claypot Chicken Rice
Crispy Anchovy Sambal
GrassJelly Dessert
Ji Ma Jou (Sesame Seed balls)
Kampar Chicken Biscuits
Kaya Spread
Konyaku Jelly
Kuih Koh Sui
Malaysian Curry Mee
Milk and Coconut Burfi
Ngah ku (chinese arrowroot)
Oriental Chicken Puffs
Piggy Mooncakes
Pink Vanilla Chiffon Cake
Pinky: South Indian Fish Curry
Prawn Toasties+Belacan
Red Bean Homemade Mooncakes
Red bean icecream
Roast Pork Belly (Siew Yook)
Roti Canai (1)
Roti canai(2)-spirals
Roti Jala+Satay
Sago Pudding
Sambal Ikan Bilis (1)
Sambal Ikan Bilis Revised (2)
Spicy fried noodles
Steaming Tofu
Sweet and Spicy Chili Crab
Sweet potato Onde Onde
Sweet South Indian Appoms
Tong Yuen(Dong Zhi)
Vegetable Curry
Yati's beehoon goreng

Merdeka FACE cupcakes!