Reply To: Street food culture: Malaysia Edition

  • Sabeeh Khan

    August 23, 2021 at 1:20 pm

    The Samosa are a popular Indian snack food made with fried and spiced flaky dough, which is then traditionally filled with a spiced potato mixture. This dish originated from northern India, but like many other Indian dishes the ingredients vary depending on location. Other popular fillings include lentil or peas mixed with vegetables or crumbled cheese. In Malaysia it is usually made of a deep fried triangular pastry. The pastry is filled with minced beef, chicken or lamb, and vegetables such as peas, carrots, sweetcorn or cabbage. These are normally served with a side of creamy tomato sauce called coleslaw in Malaysia.

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