ATTENTION: Malaysian & Singaporean Street Food Lovers!
FREE Cookbook

"truly malaysian street food at home"
Cookbook "truly malaysian street food at home"

By Acclaimed Malaysian-Singaporean Street Food Cook Jackie M.
New, Updated Edition

My "Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home" cookbook contains over 20 of the most popular dishes from my restaurant menu; these are the same recipes that I use in my Malaysian food enterprise in Australia that has been operating for over 27 years.

The original physical cookbook sells for $25 with shipping; this is is an updated e-book version and it's yours free; just pay USD$10.00 to cover worldwide shipping & handling. 

Not just that, for a limited time, you will receive not just Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home, you will ALSO get the following FREE included in the USB drive:
  • Jackie M's "Truly Malaysian Breakfast Recipes Collection"
  • ​Jackie M's "Guide To The Southeast Asian Pantry"
Get a fREE copy of my cookbook on a 
USB flash drive 

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Hard Copy Of Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home : I only have a limited number of the original Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home Cookbook remaining (this is slightly different to the updated eVersion). This is your exclusive price if you add it to your order today.

This Is What You Will Get On Your USB Flash Drive - 

Jackie M's Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home, Revised e-Version, covering over 20 top recipes from Jackie's former restaurant
Jackie M's Truly Malaysian Breakfast Collection - 36-page 
e-Cookbook with breakfast recipes including roti canai and rice noodle rolls
Jackie M's Quick Guide To The Southeast Asian Pantry - a handy introduction to common Southeast Asian pantry ingredients

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 20 of the most popular dishes from my restaurant menu

Here are just a few of the dishes you can make at home -
A quintessentially Malaysian noodle dish that's often mistaken for Pad Thai by Westerners. This darker version hails from the southern part of the Malaysian peninsula.
Sweet coconut-based dessert with sweet potato and taro - a simple, yet delightful dish that can be served hot or cold
A chicken satay recipe I’ve used in my restaurant and market stalls since the early days when I was known as a satay specialist
Asam Laksa, also known as Penang Laksa; this dish hails from its namesake island and has been listed among the 'Top 10 world’s most delicious foods' by CNN.

What They Say About Jackie M

There are very few places in Sydney that do Malaysian food as well as (Jackie M's restaurant) (Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Under $30 Guide)

Sydney-based cooking expert Jackie M...specialises in teaching Malay street food (Leanne Kitchen for SBS Food)

Jackie M is one of the few good things to come out of the Y2K computer bug threat. While best known for her market stall of takeaway curries and pastes, her Malaysian hole-in-the-wall is an absolute gem if you love the rich and spicy Peranakan food  (Simon Thompson, Taste Review)

(Jackie M's Concord Restaurant) is already gaining a reputation for its authentic, hawker-style fare (The Taste Of Malaysia, by Gourmet Traveller)

Jackie M serves up some of Sydney's best Char Kway Teow (Sydney Morning Herald 3 Of A Kind - Noodle Bars review)

Sydney’s high priestess of Malaysian cuisine is Jackie M, a Malay-born, Sydney Uni-educated livewire (TimeOut Sydney feature)

All said and done, Jackie has emerged top of the heap of Malaysian food specialists in Australia. Her Jackie M brand is the go-to place for Malaysian cuisine ("Continuing A Legacy" feature in New Straits Times newspaper)

In any language, this is one woman on a mission to educate Australians in not only Asian cuisine... (Leigh O’Connor, Food and Travel Writer at Australian Good Food Guide)

...Jackie is one of the foremost experts in Southeast Asian cooking and in particular Authentic Malaysian cooking, being one of the most influential Australian chefs on social media (Lenovo Story Hub)

"The Gutsy Woman Who Popularised Malaysian Food In Sydney" (Malaysian Food Awards feature in The Star Newspaper)

(Jackie M...) has over a million followers on Google+, who tune in to watch her appealing cooking demo videos. (Suzanne Lazaroo, Senior Writer/Chief Reporter at Flavours Magazine )

(Jackie M is our pick for) #1 of 5 Malaysian Cooks You Should Follow Online For Some Serious Foodgasm (Syok Magazine, Malaysia)

(Jackie M is) Sydney's celebrated Malaysian cuisine specialist ("Invaluable Lessons" by Saleha Alllen Ali, Dian Pasquinal Kaur and Milsd Hassandarvish for Unreserved Magazine)

FOR 14 years, chef Jackie Macedo has been a regular fixture at the Orange Grove Markets in Lilyfield, in Sydney’s inner west, selling her popular Malaysian hawker food (Elizabeth Meryment, Daily Telegraph)

Since humble beginnings...the Seremban native has become the chef with the second-widest reach on social media in Australia ("Malaysian Chef A Hit In Sydney" feature article)

Jackie M takes her popiahs so seriously she makes the skins from scratch and serves them only as a rotating special... Fabulously authentic (Sydney Morning Herald 3 Of A Kind - Popiahs review)

(Jackie M has) 1.8 million followers from all over the world on Google+. She conducts classes on how to cook typical Malaysian recipes.. (YY Chen for GoAsia Plus)

Ramen Raff

To learn from Jackie M herself is such an honour...

The Food Pornographer

Jackie makes her own roti from scratch and it’s fluffy and buttery...Everything is delicious and we are in heaven – Jackie’s a marvellous cook.

I Ate My Way Through

 (Jackie M's) laksa is as good as it gets in Sydney!

Gastronomous Anonymous

Reservations are highly recommended as the place does get extremely busy...Learn her secrets on the BEST Char Kway Teow (“CKT”) in Sydney...... when the opportunity came up to learn from Sydney’s best, I could not say no. 

Food, Booze & Shoes

 Sydney's undisputed Malaysian cuisine queen (is) Jackie M... 

A Food Story

 Her restaurant, Jackie M Malaysian Cuisine, is open three nights a week – Thursday to Saturday – and it can be difficult to get a table...

Here is what you will get

Jackie M cookbook
  • USB Flash drive with updated version of Jackie M's Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home
  • Contains over 20 of the top dishes from Jackie M's ground-breaking and popular Malaysian restaurant
  • ​Bonus #1: E-Book - Jackie M's Asian Ingredients: A Quick Guide To The Southeast Asian Pantry
  • Bonus #2: E-Book - Jackie M's Truly Malaysian Breakfast Recipes Collection
What you get in your USB flash drive
Jackie M's Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home, Revised e-Version, covering over 20 top recipes from Jackie's former restaurant
Jackie M's Truly Malaysian Breakfast Collection - 36-page 
e-Cookbook with breakfast recipes that were originally developed for my iPad magazine
Jackie M's Quick Guide To The Southeast Asian Pantry - a handy introduction to common Southeast Asian pantry ingredients

Frequently-Asked Questions

Is This A Physical Cookbook?
Although Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home was originally published as a physical cookbook, the updated version you're getting is in e-Book format, and it will be sent to you on a USB flash drive. Please contact us at support@jackiem.com.au if you wish to also get a copy of the physical, non-updated version (only a limited quantity remains)
When Will I Receive My USB Flash Drive?
Your USB drive will be sent out immediately via airmail and you should receive it within 2 weeks, though it depends on where you're located globally. 
What Are In The Bonus eBooks I'll Be Getting?
Along with Truly Malaysian Street Food At Home, which contains over 20 of the most popular recipes from my restaurant, you will also receive my Truly Malaysian Breakfast Recipes Cookbook, which contains over 17 Malaysian breakfast recipes including Wonton Noodles With Chicken Char Siew And Chicken And Prawn Sui Gows, Kaya (Coconut And Pandan Jam), Roti Canai (aka Roti Prata) with Dhal Dip, and much more. 
The Asian Ingredients Guide contains pictures and explanations of some common Southeast Asian cooking ingredients.
Can I Just Get The eBooks Online?
Everyone who pays for the USB drive will also be given a login to access my membership site, where you will be able to read the cookbooks online.
How Do I Transfer The eBooks To My Tablet?
You can transfer your eBooks from the USB drive to your tablet using a USB cable. The steps differ depending on whether you're using an iPad or an Android device - a Google Search will bring up instructions for you to follow, but if you're stuck, send an email to support@jackiem.com.au and we'll send you some links.
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