Chinese Foods to Try On : Bah Kut Teh, Kai Fan, Dim Sum & Tai Chow.

April 15, 2020

Food is an integral part of Chinese culture. It is the centerpiece of every important milestone among families and friends. Aside from sustenance, the Chinese attach symbolism to certain food and produce, mostly symbolizing harmony, prosperity, and good fortune. Chinese food has almost become a way of life, with China-originating dishes such as fried rice, noodles, and various chicken foods making their way to the favorite food list of many. Combining exotic flavors with great services and availability, Chinese food slowly climbed the rungs of the ladder to emerge as the top ethnic cuisine in Malaysia. Here are some Chinese dishes:- 


Dim Sum




Dim Sum always been a comfort food in Malaysia. Dim sum is the Chinese style of serving an array of small plates of savory and sweet foods, that together, make up a delicious meal. These feasts are traditionally enjoyed with family and friends over long brunches, accompanied by piping hot cups of tea. Some popular dim sum dishes include steamed, boiled, and fried dumplings, bite-sized meats, steamed buns, spring rolls, rice and noodle dishes, and creamy desserts. The fun is in sharing the different dishes and enjoying the variety of tastes.


Bah Kut Teh



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Bak Kut Teh is a Malaysian- Chinese favorite dish. Bak Kut Teh is a pork rib dish cooked in broth and some say it is originated from Klang. A bowl of flavourful pork broth filled with tender meat, crispy lettuce and chewy fried bean curd skin. Traditionally made in a clay pot, this homemade recipe is easy, authentic and hearty. There’s also dry BKT, vegetarian BKT and a halal version with chicken instead of pork, called Chi Kut Teh.


Kai Fan ( Chicken Rice)



Kai Fan or known as Chicken rice can be found anywhere in Malaysia. These are a few selections of chicken rice: Hainan Chicken Rice, steamed to roasted to barbequed chicken. Chicken Rice in Malaysia is available in many hawker stalls, restaurants, Chinese coffee shop. Most of the Chicken Rice is served with sliced cucumber, normally served with homemade chili sauce and pounded ginger or garlic and dark soy sauce, There are different variants of rice as well, including the aromatic and tasty Hainanese yellow ‘oily rice’. Chicken rice can be accompanied by a bowl of soup and additional chicken intestines, gizzards, livers and so on.


Tai Chow



The name “tai chow” is known for “big fry”, which describes the business’s primary method of quick stir-frying over big flames. As you know, we couldn’t live without rice. Usually, Chinese families will have rice paired with it with a few dishes. Usually, a meal at a Tai Chow involves a huge group of family and friends, as the dishes are meant to be shared.

Chinese Food  has become a staple in the world and it creates a different chapter in our life.  It's hard now to imagine a world without delicious Chinese Food being readily available, be it through takeaway or deliveries via FoodPanda Malaysia especially during this pandemic period. With this delivery service offered by FoodPanda Malaysia, I can satisfy my craving for Chinese Food. 

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