Reply To: Street food culture: Malaysia Edition

  • Chunga Ailee

    August 23, 2021 at 1:12 pm

    I know a very famous street food dish named Mee rebus is a noodle dish cooked in a thick, brown gravy known as sambal. The gravy is often made at the commissary, using coconut milk, ground peanuts and spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg. It is served with slices of hard boiled eggs.

    Mee rebus originated from Sumatra but it can be found throughout Malaysia because of its popularity. It is eaten with lots of fried shallots on top or alternatively wrapped in lettuce leaves along with cucumber slices and condiments such as sambal (chili sauce) or kuah cendol.

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