Kerabu Timun is a Spicy Cucumber Salad that uses dried shrimp and sambal belachan to enhance the flavour of the dish. Get this Malaysian recipe. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
The cucur udang is a commonly found Malaysian street food which can be found in most markets. The prawn fritters are crunchy outside, with a soft, pillowy inside and are delicious when served hot with chilli dip.
Sup Kambing is commonly found at the mamak stalls in Malaysia and is the ultimate comfort food. A mamak stall is an Indian Muslim stall who are Muslims and they do not serve pork. The Malaysian Mamak are Malaysians of Tamil Muslim origin, whose forefathers mostly migrated from South India to the Malaysia centuries ago. This dish can be substituted with oxtail, lamb or chicken.
This Malaysian Creamy Butter Chicken (Lai Yao Kei) combines deep-fried chicken with a rich, spicy sauce. Make this tasty dish for your next dinner. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
A recipe for tender, flavoursome chicken cooked with aromatic spices and coconut milk. Get this recipe for Malaysian Chicken Rendang.
This Malaysian Claypot Pork Belly with Salted Fish (Ham Yu Fa Lam Poh) is perfect to share at the dinner table. Cook this tonight in 20 minutes. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
This Braised Pork Belly (Tau Eu Bak) cooked in soy sauce is sure to be a hit at the dinner table. Make this moreish Malaysian dish for dinner. Recipe by Asian Inspirations.
Sayur Lodeh is a Malay vegetable curry that goes well with hot rice. It is popular in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. The flavour is light and slightly spicy and not too heavy like other curries can be. It’s easy to prepare and cook; and the outcome of a wholesome curry vegetable is worth it.
Sambal petai is a popular Malay/Indonesian dish. This dish is like blue cheese or durian and is also nicknamed as “stinkbean” for its strong smell. You will either love it or dislike it as it has a unique pungent flavour. It is delicious to be cooked with sweet sambal tumis and prawns. Petai is also purported to help treat a few health conditions such as diabetes, blood, pressure, obesity, depression, constipation, hangovers, anaemia and PMS.
This is a traditional Malaysian salad dish that is popular in Johor, which is a state in Malaysia. Refreshing and spicy, this dish is usually eaten with rice. This refreshing salad has a nice blend of flavours from the centella leaves that is mixed with fried anchovies, shredded coconut, shallots and chillies.
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