Colourful Diversity of Organic Malaysian Food

Colourful Diversity of Organic Malaysian Food

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Malaysia is one of the most beautiful and peaceful countries in Southeast Asia. It has a unique blend of Indian, Chinese, and Malay culture. Malaysians are very warm, united and friendly. One of the distinct aspects of Malaysian culture is their outstanding cuisine. That is why the country is commonly referred to as the food paradise of the Asian continent. All over the country, you can find a wide variety of tasty and nourishing cuisine.

In Malaysia, organic food is becoming more popular due to the increasing awareness of its health benefits. Organic food is grown and produced without the use of chemicals, pesticides or synthetic ingredients. In this article, you discover several organic Malaysian foods and recipes that you can prepare to eat when you visit this beautiful and impressive country.

A Chickpeas Pita: This is a very nourishing and tasty flatbread. It is particularly good for dipping in curry or sauces. Chickpeas pita is produced from organic ingredients such as: coriander and cumin seeds, chickpeas, dry yeast, wild honey, salt and high protein flour. You can find this delicious flatbread in several health food stores especially within the city of Kuala Lumpur.

Oat Milk Mushroom: If you want a nutritious healthy meal, you should try out one of Malaysia’s delicious organic meals – oat milk mushroom. It is produced using baby mushrooms, oat milk, lemon grass, curry leaf, veggie broth powder, chilli padi, arrow root powder and red capsicum. This nutrient-dense dish is available in restaurants that specialize in providing food for health conscious people. When you request for this meal, you can ask for the mushrooms to be cooked without frying. This will increase the health benefits. You should always ensure that you eat this meal where the restaurant owners use strictly organic inputs. This is because sometimes people don’t know the difference between organic and natural food.

Kai Choy: Kai Choy is a bitter herb that grows in Malaysia. It is very rich in micronutrients and minerals. This dish is usually made with organically grown ingredients such as tomatoes, shitake mushroom, kai choy, grape seed oil, ginger, chilli flakes, balsamic vinegar, apple cider vinegar, salt and sugar. Since kai choy is a very bitter herb, some of the bitterness is usually reduced by blanching. But if you don’t mind the intense bitter taste and you want to enjoy the full benefits of this dish, you can tell the waiter in the restaurant that you want the original bitter taste.

Yellow Split Pea: This is another very nutritious organic dish made Malaysia. It is made by cooking and mixing ingredients such as sayur manis, curry leaves, cayenne pepper, mustard seeds, onions, garlic, and yellow split peas. This spicy dish is sometimes taking along with other dishes like brown rice or noodles. It is a very rich in antioxidants and micronutrients and it promotes digestion and enhances the function of the liver and kidneys.

Those are some of the lovely dishes made in Malaysia from organic food. So when next you visit this beautiful country, take some time out to sample a few of these healthy and delicious dishes. They will help you to have a very healthy trip and you will return with a healthier and stronger body.