There’s a whole world of flavorful ingredients that can help make your everyday meals more exotic and flavorful. And the good news is: You don’t have to be a world-class chef or own fancy equipment to add some zing to your meals. Just, scout out these Malaysian ingredients at your local ethnic or specialty food store to take your taste buds on a flavorful vacation.
Whether they are opening restaurants, preparing iconic Malaysian dishes or sharing the benefits of the country’s responsibly produced palm oil, these foodies want the American people to know more about what makes Malaysian foods so special.
In this newspaper article, Chef Gerard Viverito encourages readers to take a culinary trip around the world by making his recipe for trendy Curry Laska. Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil is a key ingredient and is gaining popularity in U.S. kitchens largely due to its health benefits.
American Public Television has launched a 13-episode series, Taste of Malaysia with Martin Yan. The chef extraordinaire and popular television host will take viewers on a culinary journey through Malaysia’s tri-cultural landscape.
Chef Gerard is passionate about cooking with sustainable and nutritious ingredients. He frequently uses Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil because it is naturally trans-fat free, cholesterol-neutral and made without chemical processing.