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Wonders of Malaysia: Malaysian Cuisine And Dishes

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Steaming hot noodles, flavourful biryanis, delicious satays, spicy coconut curries and fluffy, tasty rotis…Rashmi Deshpande gives you a taste of not-to-miss, Malaysian cuisine from the West Coast, to the East Coast. Part II in a series on Malaysia holidays.

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Malays, Chinese, Indians, Arabs, Thais…Malaysia is a melting pot of several cultures, and nowhere is this more apparent than in Malaysian cuisine. With Chinese-style noodles, Indian rotis, Arabian biryanis, Malaysian satays and Thai curries, Malaysian food is a symphony of flavors from all these cultures. Tasty, exotic, colourful, spicy and delicious, here’s a look at what to eat when you visit Malaysia.

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Rashmi

If ever there was a career that involved the study of sleeping cats, Rashmi Deshpande would probably be in it. But for now, she is in an industry she loves--the travel industry. Rashmi has worked with Femina as an Assistant Manager, and freelanced for several online and offline publications such as Lonely Planet India magazine and Nat Geo Traveller India. She currently works as the online content manager with Cox & Kings.

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5 Comments

  1. Tuah
    May 03, 04:59 Tuah

    You should also try Roti Jala, a net-like roti to go with sambal; Popiah, which is like a stuffed dosa spring roll, and Nasi Goreng, which is fried rice, flavoured with chillies, tamarind, garlic and egg, chicken or prawns.

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  2. Timesofelection
    July 18, 22:10 Timesofelection

    Awesome post

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  3. cass
    August 25, 05:52 cass

    WoW!! this is so yummy!!

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