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Christina Arokiasamy's cookbook 'The Malaysian Kitchen: 150 Recipes for Simple Home Cooking' aims to teach Americans how to cook Malaysian dishes.
It's a signature flavour in our cooking – it’s hard to imagine iconic Malaysian dishes such as nonya laksa, asam pedas and nasi ulam without this distinctive ingredient.
THE Selera Kampung Ramadan buffet dinner at Georgetown City Hotel’s The Cafe is a smorgasbord of traditional Malaysian dishes that are diverse and delicious.
NANDO#146;S Chickenland (M) Sdn Bhd #150; the casual dining franchise specialising originally in Afro Portuguese cuisine from Johannesburg, South Africa, and whose menu now includes a range of Malaysian dishes #150; is confident of growth this year, expects to be profitable and is even looking at a listing three years from now.
Snails and tortoises, and crocs, oh my! The suggestion by a Malaysian body to rename the hot dog got us thinking about Malaysian dishes named for animals.
NASI GORENG is probably one of the more popular Malaysian dishes which is accepted by everyone as it is simple and quick to cook.
The Lotus Blue Dumpling is one of the four items served in a starter platter during a recent wine dinner that featured the restaurant's Malaysian dishes with Western-styled presentation and wines from Wyndham Estate.
Substitute mee, beehoon and kuay teow with spaghetti noodles in your favourite Malaysian dishes.
IN MALAYSIA, many are familiar with the term nasi campur, which means mixed rice.