Hotels in Malaysia
Popular Places
Best of Malaysia
Special Interests
Food in Malaysia
Events & Festivals
Travel Tips
General Info
Weather Check
Currency Converter
Time Zone Converter
Language Translator
Stock Index
About Us
Contact Us
Join us
Reservation Terms
Site Map

Food in Malaysia
Breakfast l Chinese l Hawkers l Indian l Malay l Nyonya

Nyonya Food

Nyonya Fried Rice
Unlike other fried rice, the Nyonya Fried Rice is cooked with chopped dried shrimp, sliced mushrooms, hot pepper-soy sauce, chili powder, and shredded lettuce.

Bubur cha-cha
One of the most popular Malaysian desserts is the bubur cha cha. It is cooked with yam, sweet potato, sago, pandan leaves, coconut milk, and block sugar.

Ketam Lemak (Crabmeat)
This dish is cooked in coconut milk, which makes the gravy mixture thick and sumptuous, and not forgetting the must-have spices.

Udang Lemak Nenas
A popular dish, Udang Lemak Nenas is a mild prawn curry cooked with fresh pineapple cubes, coconut milk, and spices that includes coriander, star anise, and tumeric.

Basically glutinous rice balls rolled in freshly grated coconut, this is a dessert that is delicious yet fun to eat. At bite size, these balls are made by sealing a lump of chopped palm sugar (gula melaka) into a dessert spoonful of glutinous rice dough and then rolled into a ball. The fun comes when one savors the delicious feeling of oozing gula melaka syrup as you bite through the dough.

Top of Page



Home l Places of Interest l Outdoor Travel l Food in Asia l General Info l Entertainment
Shopping Asia l Special Attractions


Australia l Bali l Brunei l China l Hong Kong l Japan l Korea l Macau l Malaysia l Myanmar l New Zealand
Philippines l Singapore l Taiwan l Thailand

Copyright © by Hotnet Sdn.Bhd. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Copyright and Disclaimer l Privacy Policy