Didn't You Know

Written by Gary Revel

I thought I told you Maybe I didn't Maybe I didn't cause I didn't know

Didn't you know

I thought you knew it Maybe you didn't Maybe you didn't, you Just didn't know

But I takerepparttar blame for it all

Madam Ha's Kitchen - A Taste of Sarawak

Written by Jane Ha

With a multicultural background that consists of Chinese, Malay, Indian and minority ethnic groups from both East and West Malaysia, borrowing and adapting from each other's cooking techniques and ingredients that spice uprepparttar kitchen, it is hardly surprisingly that Malaysian cuisine is often considered as one ofrepparttar 125441 most well known inrepparttar 125442 region and has increasingly became popular throughoutrepparttar 125443 world.

Many ofrepparttar 125444 dishes are moderately spicy and rich in flavors from a mixture of ingredients including coconut, coriander, cumin, ginger, mint, nutmeg, pepper, tamarind, turmeric and many others.

Amongstrepparttar 125445 various spices mentioned, we’ll be looking at one particular ingredient that has been widely used byrepparttar 125446 locals and one that has earned international recognition overrepparttar 125447 years and is now synonymous with quality inrepparttar 125448 spice trade – “The Sarawak Pepper”.

Pepper,repparttar 125449 “King of Spices”, originated fromrepparttar 125450 south-western part of India and was first introduced to Sarawak by Spencer St John in 1856.

The tropical climate of Sarawak is ideal for pepper cultivation, and is often available in white and black, ground or whole.

Overrepparttar 125451 past 100 years, Sarawak pepper has been exported throughoutrepparttar 125452 world and has earned numerous awards and recognition and often featured in their culinary creations by top gourmet chefs all overrepparttar 125453 world due to its distinctive aroma and flavour.

This absolutely delicious dish is very easy to prepare and your family, friends and guests will, without a doubt, find it most palatable.

Ingredients: 500 g of fish fillet ( eg. cod ) 1 tablespoon of olive oil Dressing: 2 tablespoons of crushed black peppercorns 1 teaspoon of sugar 4 tablespoons of good quality oyster sauce 3 tablespoons of sweet cooking wine (or sherry)

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