Filled with curried potato, meat or chicken, wrapped with dough and fried, crispy and tasty pastry. One wouldn’t be enough for sure!
Karipap is cheap and tasty snack which is sold out at pasar malam (night markets), at bakery shops or cafes like Old Town.
The Banana bread! The smell and taste of it unlike any other cake.. The grocery shops would help to find 🙂
As a tropic country Malaysia produces so much banana, and it’s used in different ways. One of the favorite of Malaysians, goreng pisang is fried banana as it’s sold in street and pasar malam (night market)
Steamed soft small shaped cakes usually will take your attention in entrance of groceries like Cold Storage or Careffour or Central Market. A package of it must be bought as once you taste, you wanna have another bite.
Fried vermicelli with veggies, egg and chicken served as hot or cold salad, usually preferred at tea time or coffee break of Malaysians. It’s too sedap!
Crispy, sweet flower shaped cookies for life! It’s a snack can be found at cookie shops like in Central Market or Cold Storage. Served for eid too.
Looks like kid favored snack but it’s one of the oldest snacks everyone loves in Malaysia. Shaped as dry noodles, spicy, crunchy snacks are cheap and must be bought more than a package 😀 You can buy from any grocery shop.
Cookies made of coconut. These melted in the mouth cookies are so good together with coffee.
Have you ever had salty banana in your entire life? When I first bought, I had an idea that I bought some home made potato chips until I realize the small ingredients notice on the package. It’s amazing how tasty a salty banana chips can be!
Pou is steamed soft dough filled with different flavors like coconut, jam, or curry chicken and many more. It’s quite cheap and served hot. A very soft pau filled with coconut is my favorite of all which is really worth to try