Popular Lip-smacking Malaysian Food You Need Taste On Your Trip To Malaysia

Malaysia, being one of the most prominent tourist destinations of the world is widely known for its rich, flavorful Malaysian delicacies. Whether you are a leisure traveler or a business traveler, while on your trip to Malaysia you will enjoy a variety of both cultural as well as local foods, with rich aromatic flavors.

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Nasi Dagang

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A Kelantanese specialty, Nasi Dagang is one the most popular Southern Thai and Malaysian dish consists of steamed rice cooked in fish curry and coconut milk along with other ingredients. Shaved-fried coconut, vegetable pickles, and hard-boiled eggs are the other basic ingredients that are added into this dish when the rice is kept for steam.  The dish is a popular breakfast food of Kelantan and Terengganu, of the Eastern Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. This Malaysian delicacy is available in many variants i.e., available with different gulais.

Redang

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An explosively flavourful,  spicy meat dish originated in Indonesia, Redang is yet another famous Malaysian main course delicacy which you must try while traveling to Malaysia. It is a much-celebrated recipe from an ethnic group named Minangkabau, which is generally served at the ceremonial occasions to honor guests. A beef Redang is a rich & tender beef-coconut stew prepared using a rich-flavourful paste of ground spices including galangal, lemon grass, ginger, garlic, shallots, turmeric leaves and chilies. The spices such as shallot, ginger, galangal, and garlic in this dish possess antimicrobial properties, which indeed serves as organic preservatives. Hence, you can store this dish for almost two weeks.

Ikan Bakar

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Ikan Bakar is yet another most popular Malaysian Delicacy which is you must try. It is basically a grilled fish or seafood grilled on charcoal. The literal meaning of ‘Ikan Bakar’ in Indonesian and Malaysian language is ‘burned fish’. It is a barbecued fish which is one of the famous classic Indonesian food. Usually, the fish is marinated with spices paste mixture and then grilled. Sometimes kecap manis or belacan (sweet soy sauce) is also added along with other spices in the marinade. Few people wrap the fish with a banana leaf while grilling so as to avoid the fish being broken into pieces.

Gulai

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A type of dish consisting of succulent, rich and spicy curry like sauce with nicely cooked beef, chicken, mutton, fish or vegetables, Gulai is another widely famous food which is commonly found in Malaysia and Indonesia. This dish is popular because of its rich, flavorful, thick curry made of rich spices including coriander, galangal, ginger, shallot, garlic, turmeric, chili pepper, black pepper, lemongrass, cinnamon, fennel, and caraway. All the spices are blended together nicely along with water into nice, smooth paste, which is then cooked with the main ingredient and coconut milk.

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