Malaysian Food Favourites [MFF]

September 6, 2010 at 12:30 am

Malaysia is a country that simply has so much to eat that the locals often worry about overeating. The vast array of food that are on offer all around the clock is simply mindboggling. And of course, tasty,… and tempting.

Malaysian food also generates a lot of interest, and remains a key strength in Malaysia’s tourism promotions. At the time of this post, Tourism Malaysia is on its second year of highlighting the country’s favourite dishes through its food guide booklet and this year’s edition of Fab Food 1 Malaysia 2010 event, which begins in October and will end at the end of the year.

And since we are on the topic of Malaysian favourites, our intrepid food enthusiast has decided to share with us three rather intriguing tales about the dietary habits of local Malaysians. So dig in and prepare to savour three helpings of Malaysian Favourites.

Dining like the Gods - Malaysian Food @ The Beach

Dining like the Gods - Food @ The Beach

Malaysian Food Favourites 1 – Fried Rice
Rice is arguably the country’s staple food, but you will be amazed at what locals can do with that pearly grain, when left alone to their own devices. Read more

Malaysian Food Favourites 2 – Penang Hokkien Mee
A northern region delicacy, this noodle dish has been around for a long time. Discover its secret and find out what makes it so special to the locals. Read more

Malaysian Food Favourites 3 – Indian Kuih
You do not have to be an Indian to love these savoury delicacies. So stop counting calories and start snacking, these babies are simply too hot to resist! Read more

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One Response

  1. Thristhan says:

    Malaysia probably has the greatest varity of Food on any one country because of it’s mixture of races.

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