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Malaysian Food

Presenting to all.. the array of Malaysian food that I had the pleasure of
hogging on my trip there. Unfortunately this isn't an extensive list of everything that's on the menu, nor even everything that I ate. But I do know a lot of people are heading over there, and well, here are a few...


Cincau & Soya Bean Milk



Kuih Muih- Available in a stalls along the road or grocery shops, night and day markets. Not as sweet as Indian sweets but filling desserts.



Roast Chicken Rice- Normally served with rice & sambal with soup.


Roti Canai (Chanai)- Close relative of the Malabar Parota or the Kerala Parota


Nasi Lemak Chicken.




Putu Mayam- Served with grated coconut and jaggery (gula melaka).


Claypot Mutton Curry



Nasi Lemak Rendang


Four Heavanly Vegetables- tossed around in chilli sambal.


Chicken soup with Old Cucumber.



Chinese Tea


















Comments

Anonymous said…
looks awesome...food lovers paradise...can u cook some of those :)
Vimal said…
these pictures made me realise how lucky i am to be so high up the food chain. you just take some things for granted, don't you?!
Saro said…
Anon: I certainly wish I could.. but.. and u know what comes after the but :)

Vimal: :)I tried out a new animal yesterday too, right here in hamarra India! Fried titre.. quail.

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