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Malaysia Chinese Food

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The unique appeal of Chinese food is its vast menu. Just as the Chinese will eat anything with their backs facing the sun, the cooks will cook it in every possible manner. For instance, there are innumerable versions revolving on one straightforward subject of noodles. Give it a small gravy and some salted anchovies, it’s called ‘Pan Mee’; fry it in a flaming wok with some soy sauce and it becomes ‘Char Keow Teow’; marinate the noodles in rich oil with prawns and it’s called ‘Hokkien Mee’; the list continues. While Chinese food is typically light in flavor, the Malaysian Chinese have innovated and created dishes using a touch of Indian and Malay cooking, creating food that may be equally as hot. Chopsticks are the preferable approach to eat and ought to be utilized right; not crossed in the middle and used in an ‘X’ motion. Chicken and pork are incredibly popular but exotic meats like venison, frogs, shark fins, snails and yet the occasional lizard are used. Chinese food may be the most changed in Malaysia and on top of that, it’s everywhere – from hawker stalls to ‘kopitiams’ (store lot restaurants decked with the barest furnishings) and elaborate eateries to the modest Chinese restaurant. Here are a few meals to try:

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What Are Malaysian Chinese Dishes?

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Hainan Chicken Rice: originating from Hainan in China, this dish is ubiquitous, among the most common everyday meal at the Chinese restaurant.  Chicken is slowly poached whole, allowed to cool to room temperature and cut into bite-sized pieces.  Rice is then cooked with the fried chicken broth.  Cucumbers, scallions, and cilantro garnishes the chicken.  A little facet of the chicken broth is usually served also.  And always – a must-have dipping sauce made from red chilies, ginger, garlic and lime juice completes the meal.

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What is Malaysian Chinese Food?

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Chinese retailers and dealers have long ago been connected to the Malayan Peninsula in the South China Sea. The Chinese brought with them not only their abilities, culture, languages and customs but also the various provincial styles of Chinese food. Chinese cuisine in Malaysia is predominantly Cantonese, Hokkien, Hainanese, Teochew and Hakka styles of cooking. Chinese food is usually more moderate in comparison with Malay or Indian fare. But thanks to the influence from this multiethnic state, Chinese cuisine in Malaysia, has taken on a hotter touch, often reinventing classic Chinese dishes. Many Chinese dishes are distinctive in Malaysia and not found in China. Chilies are used often to bestow igneous hotness to many of it is dishes which include the well-known Chili Crab – also called Singapore Chili Crab in Singapore.

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Authentic Malaysian Chinese Food You Should Try

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Chinese food is adored by one and all for its unique flavor as well as the varieties it offers all over the world. Chinese Malaysian cuisine is no distinct, with a trace of China, a little Indian as well as a touch of Malay in every bit it’s certain to leave you craving for much more.

The influence of Chinese Malaysian food is mostly derived from Southern China which additionally includes Malay and Indian influences.

With a huge variety, Malaysian Chinese food has a particular ability and technique of groundwork that stands out boldly representing their culture and customs. Chinese cuisine in Malaysia is predominantly Cantonese, Hokkien, Hainanese, Teochew and Hakka styles of cooking. It’s usually more moderate in comparison with Malay or Indian food.

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Malay Cuisine: Mixed Spices and Culture

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Rich in spices like kaffir lime, turmeric, ginger, black pepper, coriander and lemongrass, Malay is a heart of different cultures, every spice has brought in various flavors to develop a distinctive and lively cuisine.  

Malay cuisine is famous for its lively and varied flavors and rich history. Typically, Malay cuisine means food from Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, Mindanao and Southern Thailand. It is within these regions that food enthusiasts will locate a number of the very fascinating and sophisticated flavors on the planet. Malaysia especially is comprised of 13 states and is home to mostly Malays, Chinese and Indians, but the people is an excellent heart of cultures and ethnic groups, making the gastronomy here an exciting mixture of spices, flavors, and cooking techniques. Historically, Malaysia was part of a really successful spice trade date back to the 15th century.

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Chinese New Year Lion Dance Schedules

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Satay Ria wishes you good fortune and prosperity! Kung Hei Fat Choy. Join us in celebrating the most important festival in the Chinese calendar – Chinese New Year – as Satay Ria celebrates a weekend of activities and entertainment. Call us now on 3252 2881 to book a reservation.

Mark your calendar and don’t miss out on our Chinese New Year Lion Dance performances.

Here are the following schedules:

Satay Ria Fortitude Valley
– Friday, 27th Jan at 7:00 pm
– Saturday, 28th Jan at 7:00 pm

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Satay Ria’s Chinese New Year Menu 2017

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Chinese New Year Menu 2017

Satay Ria’s 2017 Chinese New Year Menu and Chinese New Year Banquet, for only $438, perfect for Chinese New Year Celebration to share with family and friends (Good for 10 persons). Celebrate Chinese New Year at Satay Ria.

Malaysian Food: Diversity at its finest!

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Malaysia offers endless varieties of distinct cuisines. It’s here the gastronomic experience starts. Indian curries, Chinese soups, and Malay desserts tantalize the taste buds and ignite the food fan’s imagination. Malaysians are known for their passion for food. This love goes beyond the enjoyment of eating a well-cooked meal. The sharing of a meal with one’s friends and family is a symbol of harmony and unity.

Roast Duck (Half) – 燒鴨(半隻)

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Eating Malaysian Food for the First Time? Top Malaysian Dishes You Should Try

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Bakuteh (BKT)

The name literally translates as “meat bone tea”, and, at its most straightforward, consists of fatty pork ribs simmered in a broth of herbs and spices (including star anise, cinnamon, cloves, dong guai, fennel seeds and garlic) slow cook for days. Nevertheless, added ingredients may contain offal, varieties of mushroom, choy sum (vegetables), and pieces tofu puffs.