Is nasi lemak a traditional food?
no it is not traditonal it is just somethin local
The cast of Nasi Lemak 2.0 - 2011 includes: Nadine Ann Thomas as Curry Daughter Chee as Baba Namewee as Chef Huang Reshmonu as Hero Resh Datuk David Arumugam as Curry Master Yuhang Ho Kong Karen as Xiao K Mohamad Nadzif as Security Guard Adibah Noor as Kak Noor Liew Seng Tat Afdlin Shauki as Fisherman
Malaysian cuisine reflects the multicultural aspects of Malaysia. Various ethnic groups in Malaysia have their own dishes, but many dishes in Malaysia are derived from multiple ethnic influences. Food preparation differs from place to place, even though they are all cooking the same food. Different preparations have different taste and decoration, but generally the ingredients used are the same. Rice tends to be a staple food in Malaysia as in most countries in the region…
Malaysian food is spicy and flavorful, influenced by the cuisine of neighboring countries such as Indonesia, India and China. Some popular Malay foods include the Roti Jala (net bread), Nasi Lemak (rice in coconut milk), and Satay (barbecued skewers of meat). (See related links below for more information.)
Gado-Gado, sambal terasi, sate, bakso, martabak, nasi jamblang, nasi uduk, nasi kuning, pecel, timlo, gepuk, rendang, mie kocok, siomay, mie ayam, sayur lodeh, sayur asem, terong balado, sayur sop, bubur sop, bubur ayam, nasi lengko, sop kaki kambing, mie tek tek, es campur, ayam goreng kemiri, sop buntut, nasi goreng, soto ayam, coto makasar etc
malaysia is famous for its multiracial community and its natural beauty. honestly, its hard to imagine 3 major races living under one roof. its crazy. but we manage to pull through. some places worth a visit Penang Island Malacca Sipadan Island (best diving spot) Belum Rainforest (amazing) K.L. (ideal for backpacking & shopping, etc) food ? - local foods include nasi lemak, roti canai, teh tarik, puri, fried kuey teow, laksa, want tan mee, sate…