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Fabulous Food Of Malaysia



A Power Point Presentation of 15 'Must Try' Types of Malaysian Food. The Visitors and Tourists to Malaysia will certainly enjoy the vaious delicious Malaysian dishes.

A Power Point Presentation of 15 'Must Try' Types of Malaysian Food. The Visitors and Tourists to Malaysia will certainly enjoy the vaious delicious Malaysian dishes.



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  • Fabulous Food Of Malaysia 15 ‘Must Try’ Types of Food
  • CHAR KWAY TEOW Char kway teow, literally "fried flat noodles", is a popular noodle dish in Malaysia and Singapore. It is made from flat rice noodles.
  • POPIAH Popiah ( 薄饼 / 潤餅 ) is a Hokkien/Chaozhou-style fresh spring roll common in Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia
  • ROTI CANAI Roti canai (pronounced "chanai," not "kanai") is a type of flatbread found in Malaysia. It is a thin bread with a flaky crust, fried on a skillet and served with condiments.
  • BUBUR CHA CHA A sweet delicious dessert containing coconut milk, sweet potatoes, yam, red beans and sago.
  • SATAY Satay or sate is a dish consisting of chunks or slices of dice-sized meat (chicken, mutton, beef, pork, fish) grilled on a skewer and served with a spicy peanut sauce.
  • Yong Tau Foo Yong tau foo is a Chinese soup dish with Hakka origins containing a varied selection of fish balls, bittergourds, lettuce, ladies fingers, as well as chillis and various other seafood items. Many of these items are stuffed with fish paste.
  • ASSAM LAKSA Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup from Peranakan culture, which is a merger of Chinese and Malay elements. The noodles are cooked in a hot sour fish based soup and garnished with onion slices, mint leaves and red chilies
  • MEE REBUS Mee rebus (literally boiled noodles in English) is a Malay inspired noodle dish.
  • INDIAN BANANA LEAF RICE In banana leaf rice, white rice is served on a banana leaf with an assortment of vegetables, curried meat or fish, pickles, and/or papadum. It is traditionally eaten with the hand.
  • PENANG PRAWN MEE (Penang) Hokkien Mee Soup is various noodles in a spicy prawn base soup garnished with prawns.
  • ROJAK Rojak is a fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia
  • CENDOL A traditional dessert of shaved ice with palm sugar and green jelly-like rice flour strips.
  • HAINANESE CHICKEN RICE Hainanese chicken rice is a dish of Chinese origin most commonly associated with Malaysian cuisine or Singapore cuisine.
  • CHEE CHEONG FUN A rice noodle roll (also translated as steamed rice roll), basically a Cantonese dish. It is a thin roll made from a wide strip of rice noodles filled with shrimp, pork, beef, vegetables, or other ingredients.
  • NASI LEMAK Rice steamed in coconut milk and served with hot anchovy or squid sambal, peanuts, boiled or fried egg and cucumber.
  • The End Welcome To Malaysia and enjoy the fabulous food