Makcik making Kuih Kapit (Nyonya's crispy love letters biscuit)
I still remember clearly on last year's Masterchef when Poh, the runner-up decides on a theme for inventory test challenge. She chose Malaysian as a theme and everyone else was shocked and didn't have a clue what Malaysian cuisine is, I sill remember Julie the winner was panicking and she ended up cooking something more like Thai food.
Har-Mee aka Prawn Noodle
Malaysian cuisine is quite complex and kinda hard to define due to the diversity of it's multi-ethnic population of Malays, Chinese, Indian, Nyonya, Eurasian and Indigenous people of Borneo. Every ethnic group has their own type of food and almost every state has their own signature dish. If you happen to travel to Malaysia, you'll find yourself in the cross road of choosing what to sample, because there are just way too many food to choose from, the sky is the limit in when it comes to Malaysian food, best of all they only cost you around $1.50 for a meal.
Fresh fish ball noodle soup - Teochew's style
Well, this coming Sunday, 20 June 2010, Association of Malaysians in WA (AMWA) will be organising a Malaysian Food Fair at the Mandala Hall, Mandala Crescent, BATEMAN, WA. Event starts from 11am - 3pm.
Malaysian's all-time-favourite - Mee Goreng Mamak style
Many Malaysian home-cooked will be cooking up Malaysian's all-time-favourite street food such as Mee Rebus, Mee Goreng, Laksa, Prawn Mee, Roti Canai, Nasi Briyani, Curry Puff, Nyonya Kuih and many many more. They are all for sales, and don't forget to bring a bag just in case you wanted to buy more for dinner that night!
Yam & Radish Cake - a Nyonya delight
Looking at my photos of Malaysian Food Folder making me hungry now!
Be sure to come down to the Malaysian Food Fair @
11am - 3pm
20 June 2010 (Sunday)