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“So, what do you want to eat?” someone in Malaysia will ask you at any moment. Stir-fry is the primary solution. It’s quick, simple, delicious, and infinitely flexible, making it the ideal weeknight meal when you’re out of ideas and don’t want to waste time cooking. How Can You Make Your Stir-Fry Taste Better? AsianMeals…

What Is Sambal Tumis Sauce and What Delicious Dishes Can You Make With It

The sambal Tumis is one of the most popular and versatile condiments in most Southeast Asian cuisines. The literal translation of sambal Tumis sauce is ‘stir-fried spicy sauce,’ and it can be added to even the most basic dishes, such as vegetables. The main component of sambal Tumis sauce is fresh/dry chilies, which add texture…

simple-method-for-making-delectable-instant-rice-noodles-in-malaysia

In Malaysia, instant noodles can be found in almost every kitchen. They allow you to satisfy your hunger in a quick and enjoyable manner. They are popular eatables that cross age and gender barriers due to their quick and easy preparation. Let us share some intriguing ideas and strategies for making delicious instant noodles in…

what-are-the-top-5-incredible-toppings-for-instant-noodles-in-malaysia

Instant noodles in Malaysia have been a popular meal (or snack) for decades, thanks to their unique flavors and satisfying sweetness. Instant noodles are perfect for grabbing on the run or sharing with loved ones as a side dish to a bigger traditional Malaysian buffet-style dinner. Because there are so many various toppings and flavorings…

instant noodles in Malaysia

Instant noodles have become a very popular choice for individuals seeking a quick solution for their hunger without putting any effort into cooking. You can easily find a huge array of different flavours of instant noodles in Malaysia, proving their popularity. Since they are easy to cook, can be prepared quickly and come in a…

claypot chicken rice

Claypot Chicken Rice (“Nga Po Kai Fan”) is a popular Malaysian street meal. Because this dish is made from scratch, it takes 20-30 minutes from the moment you place your order until you take your first mouthful from the sizzling hot pot of rice. Then you burn your tongue. This is a classic Malaysian Chinese…