Trip back to Malaysia

First of all, I would like to apologize for my lack of blogging for the past month as I had flown back to my home town (Malaysia) to visit my dad, who was very sick and long stories short, I have to be a dietitian to help get my dad get back on track with his health.  It is never easy to have to deal with a sick elderly parent.

Anyhow, I’ve just return a week ago but was really exhausted and have been hibernating for a few days. For those who followed me on Instagram you probably have seen all the delicious food photos that I’ve been posting. For those who doesn’t, I’m going to give you a brief tour of the Malaysia classic food 101. I missed the wide variety of food that I get to choose whenever I go home. It really is a treat since I prefer savory foods more than anything else!

I really hope everyone who had a chance would go visit Malaysia for once in their lifetime. The food is indescribable delicious and there’s plenty of natural wonder to visit. The only downside is HOT weather as it could get as hot as 40+ Celsius or over 100 degree Fahrenheit.  If you go during the monsoon season (Nov – early Jan) it will be a bit cooler but you won’t be able to visit tourist places due to frequent unexpected terrential down pour.

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Roasted Pork with Lo Mein noodles or known as Siew Yuk Kon Low Mein
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Thai Style Beef Noodle Soup
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Curry Noodles (My favorite breakfast item) – Only the culture in my home city (Kuantan) that people eats curry noodles for breakfast. 
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Classic Soft Boiled Eggs with Buttered Toast & Coffee
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Fish Ball Wide Noodle Soup
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Nasi Lemak (Coconut Rice), and Sambal with Kangkung Belacan
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Nasi Kukus (Steamed Rice) with Sambal & Rempah Fried Chicken
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Ondeh Ondeh (Clasic Malay Dessert) It’s like Mochi stuffed with melted brown sugar and coated with shredded coconut

 

 

 

 

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