Penang Curry Mee recipe - There are many variations in Malaysia, with toppings many would consider bizarre: pig’s blood cubes (they taste like tofu except that they are maroon in color), bloody cockles, soaked cuttlefish slices, shrimp, and tofu puffs. I am a firm believer that these ingredients are the souls of Penang curry mee, without them, it’s not quite the same. #curry #malaysian
Jungle Curry: Jungle curry, or kaeng pa, according to Wikipedia, is a curry originated from the northern part of Thailand. As coconuts are not found in the region, it contains no coconut milk. It was originally prepared with wild boars found in the jungle. I made this jungle curry with pork. If you can’t eat pork, feel free to substitute with chicken. The curry goes extremely well with rice. I really enjoyed it.
Chicken Curry recipe - There are many chicken curry recipes but each takes after the basics of chicken curry, adapts, and enhances it accordingly. While different version renders its distinct taste (and presentation), the underlying flavors of chicken curry are pretty much the same–spicy, rich, aromatic, highly addictive, potentially aphrodisiac, and remarkably scrumptious. #malaysian #chicken
Udang Masak Lemak Nenas or Pineapple Prawn in Spicy Coconut Milk Gravy: It is packed with flavor and aroma from the spices, and sweetness from the prawn and pineapple. Serve it with plain white rice, and it will never fail to whet one’s appetite!
Chicken Curry with Potatoes recipe - Chicken curry with potatoes is possibly the most common chicken curry in Malaysia. Everywhere you go where curries are served, you will probably find this type of chicken curry. | rasamalaysia.com