Malaysian Food Cooking Recipes



Malaysian Food Cooking Recipes

Catch a taxi in Malaysia and chances are the initial exchange of conversation, after asking the cab driver if he is going your way, will focus on food. For Malaysians, it is a polite opener that enables them to discuss their favorite topic - food. Malaysians are very proud of their food and it is almost mandatory as an entry requirement to the country.

Malaysian food is easy to love. It has the fire of chili, the scent of spices, the lushness of wild leaves, the creaminess of coconut, the slinkiness of noodles, the steam of soup, the smoky breath of the kuali (wok), the sweetness of palm sugar, the tang of lime and the sourness of tamarind, calling all the senses into play.

One mouthful of fast and fiery blachan spinach, smoky fried rice noodles, spicy chili fried squid, or sweet sago pudding is all it takes to light the fire of your own personal passion for Malaysian cuisine. You don't need special equipment, nor a pantry of unpronounceable ingredients. Just a few spices, some garlic, ginger and shallots, and a spirit of kitchen adventure.

Penang is famous for its nasi kandar (a rice-based smorgasbord) and that Malaysians will go into a frenzied state at the mere thought of eating Penang nasi kandar at a famous stall down a narrow lane somewhere in Penang Road - Georgetown, Penang. Similarly, a delicious Chinese dish called yong tau foo (vegetable and tofu stuffed with fish paste and served with sauce) is found in many parts of the country. However, Malaysians will you tell, you haven't tried Yong Tau Foo until you have made the journey all the way across Kuala Lumpur to Ampang because the dish here is "famous".

One of the most important cooking utensils in a Malaysian kitchen is the kuali or wok. Made from iron, it is heavier than the one used in Chinese cookery. The kuali is not suitable for dishes cooked with coconut milk or cream as the iron interacts with the milk and causes discoloring. Enamel pans are used instead. Various sizes of coconut shell spoons and dippers are prevalent. A big frying pan, a good-sized steamer, the all-important mortar and pestle, and a grinding stone are standard items in a Malaysian kitchen.

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  1. Aloo (Curried Potatoes and Peas)

  2. Malaysian Dal (Spicy Yellow Lentil Stew)

  3. Malaysia Satay Ayam dan Kambing (Grilled Skewered Chicken and Lamb and Spicy Peanut Sauce)

  4. Kuih Lapis

  5. Roti Canai (Flaky Fried Indian Bread)

  6. Roti Jala (Lacy Pancakes)

Malaysian Recipes - Beef

  1. Beef Meatballs

  2. Beef Putri Manis

  3. Beef Satay and Pressed Rice with Peanut Sauce

  4. Dried Beef (Dendeng)

  5. Malaysian Beef and Potato Curry

  6. Rendang Daging (Beef Coconut Curry)

  7. Sizzling Steak (Daging)

  8. Tamarind Beef (Daging Asam)

Malaysian Recipes - Chicken

  1. Black Satin Chicken

  2. Captain's Curry (Kari Kapitan)

  3. Chicken Curry with Tamarind (Ayam Genting)

  4. Chicken in Pandan Leaves

  5. Chicken Sate with Peanut Sauce (Sate Ayam Sos Kacang)

  6. Fried Spiced Chicken

  7. Hainanese Style Chicken

  8. Penang Fried Chicken (Inche Kabin)

  9. Spicy Chicken in Bamboo

  10. Lemon and Lime Chicken Wings with Sambal Oelek

  11. Malaysia Chicken Curry

  12. Spicy Clay Pot Chicken (Ayam Golek)

  13. Sweet Potato Fritter Cucur Udang

  14. Tandoori Chicken Pieces with Minted Yoghurt

Malaysian Recipes - Fish

  1. Borneo Marinated Fish

  2. Fish Rolls with Satay Sauce

  3. Fried Seasoned Whitebait (Ikan Bilis)

  4. Grilled Red Snapper with Spicy Soy Sauce

  5. Ikan Asam Pedas (Hot Sour Fish Curry)

  6. Ikan Gulai (Fish Curry with Coconut Milk)

  7. Malaysian Fish Curry (Ikan Moolee)

  8. Malaysia Otak Otak

  9. Malaccan (Melaka) Fish Curry, Portugese Style)

  10. Marinade (Ikan Panggang Bungkus)

  11. Sesame Baked Fish with a Hot Ginger

Malaysian Recipes - Condiments, Sauces, Pickles Precede

  1. Chili Peanuts with Anchovies

  2. Chilli Sauce

  3. Chili Ginger Sauce

  4. How to Fried Shallots

  5. Cucumber and Pineapple Sambal

  6. Dried Cucumber Acar

  7. Coconut Chutney

  8. Mango Chutney

  9. Pickled Papaya

  10. Sambal Udang (Prawn Sambal)

  11. Sambal Satay (Peanut Sauce)

  12. Sambal Terong

  13. Stuffed Chili Pickle

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Malaysian Recipes - Noodle

  1. Brown Noodles (Yi Mein, e-fu, yee-fu, yifu noodles)

  2. Char Kway Teow

  3. Fried Rice Noodles - Char Kway Teow

  4. Penang Char Kway Teow

  5. Fried Rice Noodles - Beehoon

  6. Hokkien Fried Noodles

  7. Laksa Lemak - Noodles in Spicy Coconut Milk Gravy

  8. Mee Goreng Hokkien Noodles

  9. Mee Siam Spicy Noodles

  10. Nonya Laksa with Coconut Sauce (Laksa Lemak)

  11. Noodles with Sour Fish Sauce (Laksa Asam)

  12. Special Fried Noodle (Mee Goreng)

Malaysian Recipes - Rice

  1. Coconut Rice with Lemon Grass

  2. Masak Lemak Perut dan Rebung

  3. Nasi Bokhari (Spicy Rice with Chicken)

  4. Nasi Kerabu (Rice with Fresh Herbs)

  5. Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice) - Rice cooked with coconut milk and served with various garnishes

  6. Plain Boiled Rice

  7. Rice in Ghee

  8. Yellow Rice (Nasi Kuning)

  9. White and Yellow Layered Glutinous Rice

Malaysian Recipes - Soup

  1. Assam Laksa

  2. Chicken and Noodle Soup (Laksa Ayam)

  3. Shrimp in Watercress Soup

  4. Main Course Spicy Prawn (Shrimp) and Noodle Soup (Laksa Lemak)

  5. Malaysia Indian Mamak Soup Kambing (Mutton Soup)

  6. Mutton Soup (Sop Kambing)

Malaysian Recipes - Vegetable

  1. Asparagus Drumsticks in Orange Sauce

  2. Blachan Kangkong (Chili Fried Spinach)

  3. Green Vegetable Salad with Coconut Mint Dip (Syabas)

  4. Lightly Spiced Shiitake and Button Mushrooms

Malaysian Recipes - Seafood

  1. Crab Curry (Ketam Masak Lemak)

  2. Crabmeat Omelette (Foo Yung Hai)

  3. Hot Chili Crab with Ginger and Lime (Ketam Maris)

  4. Dry Fried Fish

  5. Fish Moolee

  6. Sour Fish (Ikan Asam)

  7. Spiced Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves (Otak Otak)

  8. Curried Cuttlefish

  9. Stuffed Cuttlefish in Turmeric Gravy

Malaysian Recipes - Shrimp (Prawn)

  1. Cili Udang (Chili Shrimps)

  2. Cucur Udang (Prawn Fritter)

  3. Climbing Prawns (Shrimps) in Sambal

  4. Shrimps Laksa

  5. Tiger Prawns with Vegetable, Campary Ketchup and Lemon Agar Agar

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