Malaysian Delicacies vs Western Delicacies

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Malaysia Delicacies versus Western Delicacies

Talking about the delicacies of the easterner and the westerner, we can see a very huge difference either in the way of the food is being served, the ingredients and especially it taste! We had already know that Malaysian food is famous for its spicy flavour. With coconut milk, curries and chillies as predominant ingredients, together with abundant spices, this delicious tropical cuisine offers impressively charming style and taste. Added with our multi racial menus, Malaysia brings you the heaven of taste bud lifting! Western cuisine however are also equally impressive. If Malaysian cuisine is said to be builded from the Malay, Chinese and Indian culture, then the culinary culture of Europe is a combination of various European country cuisines like French, British, Greek, German, some parts of Russian and a few non-indigenous gastronomies of Australasia, Latin America and North America. Cheese, pasta and sauces, oregano and lemons. Just by hearing those ingredients has already make us visualizing the undeniably delicious taste of speggathies, Italiano pizza and steaks! Rice is a staple part of the diet of virtually every Malaysian, to the extent that in each of the major languages in Malaysia, rice means food and food means rice. It can be said, that in every major mealtime, Malaysian would choose rice to be included in their menu. Yes! Rice will be taken with various kind of dishes as accompaniment. For example, during breakfast, Malaysian usually had Nasi Lemak which present with gravy blended chilies sauce, boiled egg, fried peanuts and anchovies. Those dishes that actually lifts up the taste of the rice. Without dishes, rice is incomplete. As for westener, wheat-flour bread has long been the most common sources of starch in their staple food, along with pasta, dumplings and pastries, although the potato has become a major starch plant in the diet of Europeans and their diaspora since the European...
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