7 Must-Try Street Food When Traveling to Malaysia

The street delicacies like chicken Ayam Percik, Rojak salad vegetables, bread Roti Jala, Assam Laksa noodles ... not only bring the new culinary experience but also help the tourists to discover a part of Malaysian culture.

Ayam Percik chicken

Ayam Percik chicken

Ayam Percik chicken

Ayam Percik chicken is one of the well-known street foods Malaysia because of its delicious taste. Pieces of chicken are marinated with chilli peppers, garlic, ginger, and coconut milk sauce. Then they are grilled directly over charcoal. During grill time, the seller adds more sauce to the chicken. The chicken will taste more spice-up and delicious. But, satay sauce in Ayam Percik chicken is less spicy because of the sweetness of coconut milk. Visitors will be definitely attracted by the scent while walking on the street in Malaysia.

Rojak salad

Rojak salad

Rojak salad

Rojak is a salad made from vegetables and fruits like diced green mango, green apple, cucumber, papaya, guava ...  Then they are spiced with spicy sauce, shrimp paste mixed with fried tofu and topped with peanuts. The harmony between the many fruits and some types of seafood such as shellfish or shrimp make the dish so tasty.

Roti Jala cake

Roti Jala cake

Roti Jala cake

Roti Jala cake is sold everywhere, especially during the fasting month. Malaysians often eat this bread with goat curry or chicken curry and rice. Visitors can also eat them as a snack. Ingredients for baking Roti Jala include of wheat flour, coconut milk, turmeric powder, and eggs, salt. First, all the ingredients are mixed together then will be steamed. There is a coconut milk inside so the cake will be soft, not dry like other types of biscuits.

Tepung Malaysia Pelita Pie

Tepung Malaysia Pelita Pie

Tepung Malaysia Pelita pie

Another street food that tourists should definitely try during their trip is the Tepung Malaysia Pelita pie – a favorite sweet-course of local people in Malaysia. In addition, there is also a pandan leave in the pie besides the coconut milk and sugar. The purpose of the Pandan leaves is to create a separate fragrance for the Pelita Tepung cake. Not only in street stalls, but in some bakeries and local restaurants are selling this cake.

Assam Laksa noodle

Assam Laksa noodle

Assam Laksa noodle

Assam Laksa noodle is the dish of Malaysia's national spirit and therefore it is among the list of must-try dishes when coming to this country, most notably in the state of Penang, about 300 km far from Kuala Lumpur.

Assam Laksa dish is a spicy-sour fish with noodle soup, consists of thick rice vermicelli with chicken and prawn or fish. It tastes a little sour from Assam. With the sweetness from sliced salmon, vegetables like basil, scallions, mint and ginger nothing can beat a bowl of hot soup on a cold winter day!

Roti John Cake

Roti John Cake

Roti John Cake

Roti John in Malaysia is a kind of burgers. Meat can be used as pork, beef or chicken. First, the seller will fry eggs, and mincemeat in a pan. Then they put the bread above, and flip both sides until it cooked. For serving, the cake Roti John is cut into smaller chunks for easier eating, dipped with chili sauce.

Piring Putu Cake

Piring Putu Cake

Piring Putu cake

Piring Putu cake is a steamed flat cake made of rice flour with jiggery sugar. Locals often eat this bread at breakfast or in the afternoon as a snack. Also, in the traditional Malaysian celebration you will always see this Piring Putu cake. Inside of the cake is filled with jiggery sugar therefore you will immediately feel the sweet flavor from the first bite.

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From: ivivu.com

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