6 Must Try Dishes

25 September 2019

6 Must-Try Dishes While You Are Visiting Malaysia

One thing you should know about Malaysians is the they are passionate and proud of their food. You can find food from every corner of Asia in this country, and the interesting mix of culture sums up to what Malaysia cuisine is all about; a mix between Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanse, and Thai food. Here is a list of must try dishes while you are visiting Malaysia.

Nasi Lemak

Considered as the national dish of Malaysia, Nasi lemak is a Malay fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf and is normally eaten for breakfast. Depending on where you are in Malaysia, it comes with a variety of accompaniments such as hard-boiled egg, peanuts, vegetables, lamb/chicken/or beef curry, seafood and sambal (chili-based sauce).

Assam Laksa

This addictive spicy and sour fish noodle is one of the most famous noodle dishes in Malaysia. Sour with a hint of sweetness and spicy, filled with fish meat, shredded onions, pineapples and cucumbers, mint leaves and the prawn paste makes it a bowl of must try!

Hainanese Chicken Rice

Hainanese chicken rice is one of the best Malaysian comfort foods. The braised, silky chicken is served on a bed of rice that has been cooked with chicken broth and tossed in a flavoursome chili sauce made from Thai chilies, ginger, garlic, shallots, and lime. If you’re not a fan of spicy food and love yourself some aromatic and wholesome rice, then this is the dish that you should be having for dinner tonight.

Banana Leaf Rice

Banana leaf rice is just as the name suggests, a traditional method of serving rice dishes on banana leaves instead of plates and is best savoured when it is drenched with curry. Most places will offer a range of curries, with a choice of chicken, fish or dhal. This unique dining experience will tickle your taste buds with all kinds of flavours, while filling your tummy with contentment.

Nasi Kerabu

If the blue rice doesn't spark your curiosity, the lines of people around the country waiting to order this favourite Kelantanese dish should. Typically served with fried chicken, egg, and fried keropok  (fish cracker), this is one rice dish that is worth queuing up for.

Mee Goreng Mamak

Try as you may, you will never be able to recreate the flavours of this dish at home. This Indian Muslim dish is the complete package. Made with, yellow noodles, beef or chicken, shrimp, soy sauce, veggies  eggs and a bit of chili, it will leave your mouth watering for a long time

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