This exotic dish is ready in less than an hour, and its finished flavor will impress dinner guests. The recipe doubles down on responsible eating; it uses sustainably caught fish as a centerpiece and Malaysian sustainable palm oil as a key ingredient. Chanterelles and bite-sized kale give this dish a beautiful presentation on the plate.
Sustainability runs this recipe, with sustainably caught red snapper as the headliner and Malaysian sustainable palm oil providing the buttery texture. This meal provides lots of nutrition, and is quick and easy to prepare.
This spicy dish takes just minutes to prepare, but delivers a big flavor. In Malaysia, okra is often referred to as lady fingers. In other parts of the world, okra is called bhindi or ngombo, which may be the origin of the word ‘gumbo’. Sambal is a spicy Southeast Asian sauce made primarily of chili peppers. This version uses only green peppers, garlic, shallots and Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.
Impress your dinner guests with this exotic poultry dish bursting with the flavors and aromas of Malaysia. More mouth-watering, exotic recipes can be found in this Back to Basics cookbook.
A simple and savory seafood meal that can be prepared in under 15 minutes. To ensure this recipe is environmentally friendly, it uses sustainably caught fish, sustainable Malaysian palm oil and Chorizo sausage made with pasture-raised pork.