Monday, June 11, 2012

5 Makanan Pilihan Rakyat Malaysia

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Salam Petang....

Sebagai yang kita ketahui, rakyat malaysia terdiri daripada pelbagai bangsa dan etnik. Maka tidak hairan la terdapat pelbagai jenis makanan di malysia ni yg boleh dikatakan semuanya sedap-sedap belaka. Jadi Cik ina ada terbaca satu web yang mengatakan  top 5 malaysian cruisine  seperti dibawah. Sapa setuju angkat kaki.... (tggu apa lagi, pi makan la) hehehe.



 Pilihan yang pertama yang juga merupakan kegemaran Cik Ina adalah :

1. Nasi Lemak


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Diikuti dengan no 2 yang juga merupakan kesukaan Cik ina apabila berkunjung ke pasar malam.
Sekarang harga satay pun dah mahai. Rasanya paling murah pun sesusuk 4kupang or 40 sen dah.

2. Satay/Sate


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Ini juga kesukaan Cik ina sebagai alternatif daripada nasi lemak. hahaha best kan

3. Roti Canai


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Menurut sumber yang cik ina copy seperti dibawah --- baca sendiri
A type of flatbread or better known as roti prata. Roti means bread in Malay. The term “canai” derives from “Chennai”, a region in India which is formerly known as Madras. In English, roti canai is sometimes referred to as “flying bread,” a term that evokes the process of tossing and spinning by which it is made before frying on the hot pan. The ideal roti is flat, fluffy on the inside but crispy and flaky on the outside. Roti Canai is normally served with beans curry, fish curry or mint source. Some may like to dip it into sugar. One of the characteristics of roti canai and its derivatives is that it can be eaten with the hands, without the need for utensils. It is a convenient dish to consume, while being filling. This characteristic makes it a dish of choice as breakfast or as late night supper.

Yang ke 4 ni pun cik ina sukaiaitu CKT ni.. Selau jgk pi makan kat Char Koey Teow sg 2 yang ditulis di entry nie....

4. Char Kway Teow


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It is made from flat rice noodles, stir-fried over very high heat with light and dark soy sauce, chilli, a small quantity of belacan, whole prawns, deshelled cockles, beansprout and chopped Chinese chives. The dish may commonly be stir-fried with egg and fishcake, and less commonly with other ingredients. When the dish was first served, it was often sold by fisherman, farmer and cockle-gatherers who doubled as char kway teow hawkers in the evening to supplement their income. Of all the notable versions, the Penang style of char kway teow is the most famous.

5. Rojak


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A fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Malaysia. The term “Rojak” is Malay for mixture. Chinese rojak contains mainly local fruits such as mango, pineapple, pomelo with cucumber, prawn friitters mixed with spicy shrimp paste sauce. Penang is one of the famous place for this wonderful salad dish. While Indian rojak contains fried dough fritters, bean curds, boiled potatoes, prawn fritters, hard boiled eggs, bean sprouts and cucumber mixed with a sweet thick, spicy peanut sauce. Traditionally, rojak vendors use modified sidecar motorcycles as preparation counters and to peddle their rojak. These mobile vendors now use modified mini trucks which you could find a lot of them along the street.


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