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Apam Balik A pancake-style snack wedded with the compact package of an omelet, apam balik is stuffed with more than a sufficient amount of sugar, peanuts and the occasional sprinkle of corn -- it's a dish th ... Mee Goreng Mamak Mee Goreng Mamak or literally translated as Uncle’s Fried Noodles”, a noodle dish commonly found in hawker centre in Malaysia. Mamak means uncle in the Tamil language. Indian being t ... Ayam Percik (chicken With Percik Sauce) Basically, it's barbecued chicken slathered in spicy chili, garlic and ginger sauce mixed with coconut milk. Normally this Ayam Percik is grilled over a low charcoal fire. With the right amount of ... Nasi Lemak Nasi lemak is a fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish. It is also popular in neighbouring countries such as Bru ... Roti John Roti John, essentially an omelette sandwich, is a popular Malay breakfast and snack item in Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. Whoever John was, it's apparent that he preferred his sandwiches made wi ... Roti Jala Roti jala, or net bread, gets its name from the net-like formation that's created by making zigzagging lines with flour on a large skillet. Roti Jala is a Malay Net pancake serves with either chic ... Asam Pedas The main ingredients in asam pedas are usually seafood or freshwater fish. They are cooked in asam (tamarind) fruit juice with chilli and different spices. The cooking process involves soaking the pul ... Roti Canai Roti canai (pronunciation tÊƒanai) or roti cane (pronunciation tÊƒane) is a type of Indian-influenced flatbread found in Malaysia. Traditionally roti canai is consumed with dhal (lentil curry) or ... Teh Tarik Teh tarik (literally ‘pulled tea’) is a hot milk tea beverage which can be commonly found in restaurants, outdoor stalls and kopi tiams in southeast Asian countries of Malaysia and Singapo ...