7 Malaysian Food with Very Delicious Taste You Must Try!

Kennith Bogan

The more choices of food, the harder it is to decide which one to choose. Once you are on vacation in Malaysia, you can feel it. The same is true when booking a hotel. However, you don’t need to be confused, because at Traveloka, booking a hotel can be easier. You can find Genting Hotel faster that suits your budget and needs.

Talking about a vacation in Malaysia, it’s not complete if you haven’t tasted the specialities of this country. Here are recommendations for Malaysian food that you must try if you are in this country.

  1. Nasi Lemak

Nasi lemak is the easiest food to find in Malaysia. For the taste, this food is no longer in doubt. Nasi lemak is rice cooked with coconut milk with side dishes that tend to be spicy. The addition of spices makes this dish even more delicious.

For the complimentary side dish, you can choose fried chicken, boiled eggs, or others, depending on your taste. Actually, this food is a morning meal for Malaysians, but now many people sell it during the day or night.

  1. Nasi Kerabu

Before you are surprised by its real appearance, you should know that Nasi Kerabu is colored blue. The blue color of Nasi Kerabu is due to the pea (telang) flower that is added when cooking the rice. Because the telang flower is quite difficult to find, not many people sell Nasi Kerabu.

  1. Malaysian Roasted Spiced Chicken (Ayam Percik)

Ayam Pecik, the Malaysian roasted spiced chicken, which is boiled with various spices, makes it taste very tasty, no wonder many tourists are looking for Ayam Percik. After being boiled until tender, then Ayam Percik you can roast this chicken with Malaysian spicy sauces.

  1. Umai

If you want food with a lighter taste, you can try Umai which is made from shrimp or mackerel. Umai has a spicy and fresh taste because there is a mixture of orange juice and fine ginger. Some people call Umai is Malaysian sushi. Actually, this food comes from Sarawak.

  1. Chee Cheong Fun

Shaped like a kwetiaw, Chee Cheong Fun is made of rice flour that is cut into pieces and then drizzled with soy sauce or sweet-sour sauce. Then, add sprinkled fried onions for a more delicious taste.

Chee Cheong Fun has several variants of Chee Cheong Fun, with meat or not. You can also add vegetables to add texture to Chee Cheong Fun.

  1. Kek Sarawak

Malaysia also has a cake, namely Kek Sarawak. Like sponge cake, this Sarawak cake is made from milk, flour, butter, jam, and eggs. What’s interesting about Kek Sarawak is the color. Kek Sarawak usually appears at big events in Malaysia, such as birthdays, Eid, or Christmas.

  1. Mee Tarik

Mee Tarik is a noodle made by slamming and pulling. When visiting a restaurant that provides Mee Tarik, you can also see the processing which offers attractions. Even so, the texture of Mee Tarik is very soft with a fresh gravy. For condiments there is meat or boiled eggs.

Those are the recommendations for Malaysian food that you must taste while on vacation in this country.

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