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1. Koay Teow Thng

Koay Teow Th’ng, koay teow soup (Malaysian)

Koay Teow Th’ng or Koay teow soup, is a soup made out of simple ingredients like clear broth, meat (duck, pork, chicken and/or fish balls), lettuce and chopped spring onions. It is a flavorful and affordable dish.

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2. Asam Laksa

Assam Laksa (Malaysian)

It has a tart tamarind-based broth and is generally cooked with a flaky white fish; noodles on the bottom, cucumber and pineapple and the bitter torch ginger flower to top.

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3. Rojak

(Malaysian)

A traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish.

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4. Roti Canai

roti cane (Malaysian)

Type of Indian-influenced flatbread found in Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. It is often sold in Mamak stalls in Malaysia; also in Malay, Minangkabau and Aceh restaurants in Indonesia. It is known as roti prata in Southern Malaysia and Singapore, and is similar to the Indian Kerala porotta. It is also found throughout Thailand, where it is called "Ro Tee" and is typically sold by Muslims, most often with street carts, and is usually Halal.

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5. Cendol

lot chong, ลอดช่อง, chè ba màu (Burmese) (Cambodian) (Indonesian) (...)

Traditional dessert originating from Indonesia which is popular in Southeast Asia such as : Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and Burma.

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6. Apam Balik

Apom Balik, Ban Jian Kuih, Chin Loong Pau, Min Chiang Kueh, Martabak Manis, Terang Bulan, Kue Bandung, Apam Pula (Indonesian) (Malaysian) (Singaporean)

Apam Balik is a type of griddle pancake common in Southeast Asia. The pancake's batter is made from a mixture of flour, eggs, sugar, baking soda, coconut milk, and water.The batter is cooked upon a thick round iron frying pan in plenty of palm margarine to avoid it sticking to the pan. Then other ingredients are sprinkled as filling; the most common or traditional are crushed peanut granules with sugar and sweetcorn kernels, but modern innovations such as chocolate sprinkles and cheddar cheese are also available.

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7. Chicken Satay

(Indonesian) (Malaysian)

Sate made of Chicken

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8. Koay Chiap

Braised Duck Noodle Soup, 鸭粥粿汁 (Malaysian)

Koay Chiap, or braised duck noodle/porridge (鸭粥粿汁), is one of the lesser known Penang hawker dishes that is almost impossible to find outside Penang.

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9. Chee Cheong Fun

(Malaysian)

Malaysian Chee cheong fun is similar to the Chinese rice-noodle rolls, with the difference that it comes with a little bit of chili sauce and a black, sweet, shrimpy sauce that’s gluey with maltose.

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10. Teh Tarik

(Malaysian)

Hot milk tea made from black tea, condensed milk or evaporated milk. It is considered the national drink of Malaysia. It is commonly found in restaurants, outdoor stalls and kopi tiams within the Southeast Asian countries of Malaysia and Singapore. Its name is derived from the pouring process of "pulling" the drink during preparation. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teh_tarik

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11. Ice Kacang

Ice Beans (Malaysian)

Ice kacang, or "iced beans," is a thirst-quenching concoction from Malaysia

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12. Durian

(Thai)

Regarded by many people in southeast Asia as the "king of fruits", the durian is distinctive for its large size, strong odour, and formidable thorn-covered husk. Durian is the fruit of several tree species belonging to the genus Durio. The name "durian" is derived from the Malay-Indonesian languages word for duri or "spike", a reference to the numerous spike protuberances of the fruit, together with the noun-building suffix -an. There are 30 recognised Durio species, at least nine of which produce edible fruit, and over 300 named varieties in Thailand.[5] Durio zibethinus is the only species available in the international …

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13. Nasi Lemak

(Malaysian)

This is a Malay fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf. It is commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nasi_lemak

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14. Char Kway Teow

Char Kuey Teow, Char Kuey Tiau (Malaysian) (Singaporean)

Char kway teow, literally "stir-fried rice cake strips", is a popular noodle dish from Southeast Asia, notably in Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia. The dish is considered a national favourite in Malaysia and Singapore. Wikipedia

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15. Hokkien Mee

(Malaysian)

In its most common form, the dish consists of egg noodles and rice noodles stir-fried with egg, slices of pork, prawns and squid, and served and garnished with vegetables, small pieces of lard, sambal sauce and lime (for adding the lime juice to the dish). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hokkien_mee

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16. Otak-Otak

fish cake (Indonesian) (Malaysian) (Singaporean)

Cake type made from fish meat and spices.

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17. Kuih Kochi

Kuih Kosui (Malaysian)

Made from ground unpolished glutinous rice.

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18. Mee Goreng

(Malaysian)

Stir-fried noodles, which take many forms. You'll often see yellow noodles quickly wok'd up with soy, garlic, shallots, and chilies; along with them might be shrimp or chicken, beef or vegetables. It's fantastic street food; many hawkers use roaring charcoal fires, and their smoky flavor really makes anything cooked over it.

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