Add these unique Malaysian dishes to your food bucket list
From savory street foods to delicious desserts
If you haven't tried Malaysian street food, your taste buds are surely missing out! This Southeast Asian country is filled with adventurous flavors, unique spices, and traditional meals. From quick bites to elaborate eats, trying these top Malaysian dishes is a must! Based on reports from Culture Trip, check out what makes Malaysia an ultimate foodie destination:
One of the most popular street foods in the country, satay is made from seasoned meat (chicken, beef, or mutton) that is skewered on a bamboo stick and grilled to perfection. It is always served with sweet and spicy peanut sauce and is perfect for a snack in-between sightseeing locations.
2. Chee cheong fun
Every traveler needs to try a bowl of chee cheong fun. It is composed of thin rice noodle rolls and topped with sweet soy sauce, vegetables, and fried morsels. It is simple, delicious, and of course, fun!
3. Kway teow soup
If you love Japanese ramen and Vietnamese pho, you will love Malaysian kway teow soup. Slurp down a bowl of rice noodles that are drenched in a flavorful broth. Top your steaming dish with fish balls, meat slices, vegetables, spring onions and roasted garlic.
Easily one of the most unique Malaysian dishes, Cendol is a dessert made from shaved ice, green rice flour jelly, coconut milk, and palm sugar syrup.
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