Reply To: Street food culture: Malaysia Edition

  • Hugo Henderson

    August 23, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    I am a huge fan of Chinese Cuisine. The dish that converted me to Chinese cuisine is Hokkien Mee!

    It is also a very popular street food that originated from the Chinese community is the Hokkien mee made of chicken and prawns cooked with okra and shrimp paste. The dish can also be called mee suppress or chilli egg noodles because of the additional chilli sauce to dip it in before eating. While this dish is usually cooked in a large wok, smaller utensils can also be used for this dish to take home.

    Chinese origin Hokkien mee is a dish of noodles, spicy and sour sauce. The noodles are usually long and flat, but can also be round. Rice noodle served in a sweet and savory soup with vegetables or beef dishes is called Hokkien mee. Sometimes, pork chop or chicken are also used.

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