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Ketupat (Malay Compressed Rice)

Ketupat (Malay Compressed Rice)

Ketupat is a Malay compressed rice cooked in coconut leave. Perfect for summer. Served with cubed pieces of red onion and cucumber to dip in the peanut sauce or satay sauce.

Mee Rebus

Mee Rebus

Mee reebus or Mi rebus is a noodle dish that's also one of the most popular in Malaysia and Singapore. This flavourful soup has a thick, spicy gravy and is a street delicacy!

Roti Canai and Dhal Curry

Roti Canai and Dhal Curry

Often known as the 'Flying Bread', Roti Canai is a soft bread made by tossing and spinning the dough. This popular Malaysian dish, which is of Indian origin, is best eating with Dhal Curry.

Malaysian Kaya

Malaysian Kaya

A delicious homemade Malaysian jam made with eggs and coconut milk, the Malaysian Kaya is flavoured with the aromatic Pandan leaves to give it a distinct taste.

Karipap (Curry Puff)

Karipap (Curry Puff)

A traditional Savoury breakfast favourite in Malaysia, the Karipap or Curry Puff resembed a pie stuffed with a delicious chicken curry.

Hainanese Chicken Rice

Hainanese Chicken Rice

A popular dish from the Hainan province in south China, the Hainanese Chicken Rice a classic rice delicacy that's famous in Malaysia. Try this recipe!

Malaysian Char Kway Teow

Malaysian Char Kway Teow

A national favourite in Malaysia, the Char Kway Teow literally means"stir-fried ricecake strips". Try this extremely popular noodle dish from Malaysia!

Penang Hokkien Mee (Prawn Mee)

Penang Hokkien Mee (Prawn Mee)

In Penang, Hokkien Mee is also referring to Prawn Mee. In Kuala Lumpur, Hokkien Mee is a completely different noodles dish that has dark gravy and is not soupy/broth based like this.

Nyonya Kapitan Chicken Curry

Nyonya Kapitan Chicken Curry

A rich Nyonya Style Chicken Curry, also known as Kapitan Chicken Curry, that is the epitome of Malaysian flavours! This deliciously spicy curry gets its beautiful texture from coconut milk.

Chicken Satay (BBQ Satay Stick)

Chicken Satay (BBQ Satay Stick)

BBQ Satay Sticks is very popular all over Southeast Asia, and is usually served on skewers. Malaysian Chicken Satay is made with ingredients and spices commonly found in Malaysian cooking; shallots, lemongrass, turmeric powder (kunyit), and coriander powder. It is typically served with a peanut-flavoured dipping sauce.

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