Travel to Malaysia for its delicious cuisine: here’s what you can eat
Malaysian cuisine does not receive the international respect it deserves. But the truth remains that this stuff is delicious!
In some ways, it resembles Indonesian cuisine, as the two countries share many of the same foods. Either way, once you’re in Malaysia and eating, you’ll quickly forget the story and focus on where your next meal is coming from and how you can get there faster.
Here are 3 of Malaysia’s best meals, in no particular order, to help you narrow down your options.
1. Mee goreng mamak
This Indian Muslim Meal is a one stop shop. Yellow noodles. Beef or chicken are the two options. Shrimp. Eggs, soy sauce and vegetables For a mouth-watering kick, add a pinch of chilli.
Isn’t it simple?
Unfortunately, you can try making it at home, but it won’t taste the same as when you ate it at that seedy Malaysian hawker stall.
2. Apam balik
You haven’t had a real taste of Malaysian cuisine until you’ve had this delectable delight.
Apam Balik is a pancake-style snack with a compact container of an omelette. It’s loaded with more than enough sugar, peanuts, and a sprinkle of corn, and it’s a meal that’s continually being reinvented.
3. Nasi kerabou
If blue rice doesn’t pique your interest, the long lines of people queuing to eat this popular Kelantan dish might.
Nasi kerabu originates from the state of Kelantan in the northern Malay Peninsula, where telang flowers are crushed and stirred into flour to give them their vibrant hue.
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