Wednesday, July 29, 2009

malaysian truly liar

i just read some traveling promotion from malaysian, and i want to laugh so much, they wrote about their local cuisine and wrote like this :

Local Cuisine

The unique cooking styles and flavors of the Malays, Chinese and Indians cuisine are to be experienced and enjoyed while in Malaysia. Dining out is inexpensive, and the choice of food is unbelievably large, from 5-star hotels to the local restaurants and hawker centres. The fusion of races, cultures and religion has provided this interesting and rich legacy of Malaysian cuisine and the creative styles of food preparation.


  • Satays
    These are delightful skewers of marinated beef or chicken grilled over a slow charcoal fire. The dipping sauce is made from a spicy mix and crushed peanuts.

  • Nasi Lemak
    This local cuisine is rice steamed with coconut milk and served with curry chicken or beef, fried anchovies and sambal. Sometimes pandan leaves are added when steaming rice to give it the fragrant aroma.

  • Mee Jawa
    This is a traditional noodle dish with thick spicy sauce served with prawn fritters, taufo and potato slices.

  • Soto Ayam
    This is a family favourite of the Malays. It is a spicy chicken soup served with rice cubes and cooked vegetables.


  • Hainan Chicken Rice
    This is a very popular lunch dish, made up of steamed fragrant rice and served with roasted or steam-cooked chicken. A special ginger-chili sauce complements this dish.
  • Assam Laksa
    With some Thai influence, this noodle dish is made with tamarind fish soup served with fresh cucumber and pineapple salad. It is then flavored with a black thick paste made from fermented prawns.
  • Wantan Mee
    This is a lunch delight made with egg noodles. The noodles are served with barbeque pork, prawns and dumplings
  • Claypot Rice
    This is a hearty dish of rice cooked in claypots with a combination of thick soya sauce, roast pork, Chinese sausages and mushrooms.


  • Roti Canai
    This is a very special layered pan cake made with flour and water. The fresh dough is kneaded and tossed in the air then folded into layers and cooked on a very hot iron plate. It can be eaten plain or dipped into curries.
  • Mee Goreng
    This is a spicy fried noodles cooked with a mix of chilli and tomato sauce. Ingredients such as taufo, sliced potato, prawns and eggs are added.
  • Rojak
    This is a very refreshing snack of the locals. It is a salad of fresh fruits and cucumber mixed with a thick spicy and sweet sauce. Often, thick fermented prawn paste is added for flavour.
  • Nasi Briyani
    This is a very traditional Indian rice cooked in goat butter and spices. The cooked rice is served with meat or vegetable curries.


  • Otak otak
    This is a delicious spicy steamed fish-paste cooked in banana leaves. The fish fillet is grounded, mixed with spices, coconut milk and egg white, then steamed or grilled over charcoal.
  • Mee Siam
    This is made from fine rice noodle tossed with fresh tamarind juice and soya sauce. Sliced chicken, prawns and fried eggs are normally served with the noodles.
  • Enche kabin
    This is a delicious Nyonya chicken recipe. The chicken pieces are marinated in soy and oyster sauces and flavoured with a mix of spices. It is then battered and deep fried.
  • Achar
    This is a condiment made from blanched vegetables mixed with several spices and crushed peanuts. It is normally served as a cold dish.

Local Fruits

Malaysia has a huge variety of tropical fruits. Some are seasonal but most are available through the year. Popular local fruits are papaya, water melon and pineapple.

  • Durians
    The locals call this the king of fruits. The creamy yellowish flesh which tastes bitter-sweet is covered by a hard thorny pod. Most foreigners are put off by the strong pungent smell of the fruit. Some hotels prohibit the fruit on their premises.
  • Rambutan
    This is a red coloured fruit with a 'hairy' soft shell. The flesh is white and sweet. A local favourite and available twice a year.
  • Langsat
    This is a large berry-like fruit with a thick golden skin. The flesh has a sweet-sour taste and is white in colour.
  • Ciku
    This fruit resembles the kiwi fruit. The flesh has a grainy texture and is very sweet.

  • Mangosteen
    The fruit is like a cricket ball with a yellow stalk. The thick pulp conceals the white flesh which is sweet and juicy.

the fact :

satays = its origins from java island indonesia, the origins name are "SATE"
mee jawa = jawa are javanese island, name of island in indonesia
soto ayam = from indonesia again :D
rojak = in indonesia we called it rujak, the origins words from java island


Anonymous said...

i heard in java indonesia, there has no food called 'mee jawa' not a malay,but i think..malaysia and indonesia has no different anyway.

worldkicker said...

yeah you are right, there are no mee jawa in java. but "mi jawa" just google it and you will find it.

off course we have no different because malaysian claimed that indonesian cultures are theirs, what can i say?

and i will tell you something different, they are liar, and we're not!!!!

Anonymous said...

I believe that some of you information are true. But, It is a bad idea pointing Malaysia in such way. malaysia didn't stole anything I believed. However, a lot of immigrant and people from indonesia made malaysia behave that way. It is same like foods and culture from western and middle east affect from the people who have been staying in Malaysia for a long time.