Time: 30 minutes. Difficulty: Medium. Budget: Low. Any Malaysian who doesn’t know what is roti canai? The answer is definitely a solid “no”. Also known as roti prata if you are a Singaporean, roti means bread and canai means flat.
Time: 30 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Medium-low. [Halal] Malaysians love their curry. Let’s be honest, curries are wonderful cuisines. What makes Malaysian curries stands out from the Indian curries is the use of belacan (shrimp paste), asam (tamarind) and lemongrass.
Time: 15 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. [Halal] Masala is definitely not alien to more of us, but do you know what it actually mean? Masala is an Indian word that carries the meaning “mixture of spices”. However, of course,
Time: 20 minutes.Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Medium. Prawn sambal can be eaten like an instant food. Spread them on a piece of bread or top them on some steaming white rice and you get yourself a hearty meal. Prawn sambal could
Time: 10 minutes. Difficulty: Low. Budget: Medium-low. [Halal] One of the most interesting tourism spot in Malaysia is pasar malam (night market). And when one talk about night market, street food would always come into mind. Usually wrapped in banana
Time: 20 minutes.Difficulty: Medium. Budget: Medium. [You could replace the prawns with squids] Malaysians love their seafood very much. Even more, when it comes to combining them with their favourite curry spices. Prawn curries are exceptionally great for a poultry-free
Time: 15 minutes.Difficulty: Low. Budget: Low. Potato curry (or Aloo Sabzi) is a light Indian curry dish commonly served as a side dish. Although it is usually served with poori (Indian fried bread) as breakfast, it can be also served
Time: 40 minutes.Difficulty: Medium.Budget: Medium. I only came across Chicken Tawa Fry after I came to Japan, which I then visited that particular restaurant regularly for this dish. I managed to talk with the chef on my last visit and
Time: 40 minutes. Difficulty: Medium-low. Budget: Medium-low. Tandoori chicken, originated from the Indian subcontinent, is a staple menu in all India restaurants throughout Malaysia. This dish is prepared by roasting or grilling marinated chicken (with yogurt and spices) in a
Time: 40 minutes (Yes, no kidding!) Difficulty: Medium-High. Budget: Medium-High. The history of biryani had came a long way. This dish was believed to be created by Indian Muslim communities. The easiest way to describe the biryani would be to