I’m Posting this for Myself (Malaysian Food)

Self. Remember these 7 delicious dishes after I leave Malaysia. Here is how I can make them!  Don’t forget. That’s why I put it on my block. Do a simple search to find them and your mouth will be happy once you leave Malaysia.

Don’t forget to try these! Stop eating greasy hamburgers and remember the flavor you once knew. Now. Do it.

7 Typical Malaysian Dishes You Should Learn to Cook.

7 typical Malaysian dishes you should know how to cook

Analysis: This is an excellent list and love every single one of them. The one which has grown on me the most is Nasi Lemak. I could never stomach anchovies until I came to Malaysia. When added as a crunchy snack on top of the fragrant coconut rice, it’s wonderful. Mix a little curry in there as well and oh my!

The Best: In my opinion, the best dish on the list is rendang. I mean, wow! Our school cafeteria makes it from time to time and it is to die for. Yes, I said cafeteria. So flavorful! In Malay cuisine, the beef rendang is the most popular (sometimes chicken) and when the beef is tender, it’s excellent.  In Nyonya cuisine, it’s pork rendang and it’s to die for. There’s a little restaurant near my house called Nyonya Breeze that serves the most amazing pork rendang. I can’t describe it. No words.

Malaysian food is excellent. Varied. Flavorful. Fusion. Fragrant. Wonderful.

Give it a try!

 

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