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Food from Sabah Malaysia: Chocolate Waffle

Chocolate Waffle from Malaysia

Chocolate Waffle from Sabah, Malaysia Okay, a chocolate waffle can be from anywhere in the world! But, here in Malaysia it seems like the people of Sabah have adopted the chocolate waffle as their own. On any street where there are people selling food, you are sure to find a vendor offering up fresh waffles with all …

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Food from Sabah Malaysia: Tapioca & Soto

Tapioca and Soto from Malaysia

Tapioca & Soto from Sabah, Malaysia Tapioca to me is a desert, and soto is a soup. So only in Sabah, Malaysia could you expect to find this as a savoury dish, and learn a lot more about it. What’s tapioca? Tapioca is derived from the Cassava tuber. In the process of extracting starch from …

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Food from Sabah Malaysia: Ginger Beef

Ginger Beef from Sabah

Ginger Beef  with some more flowery plates Only Ginger Beef served on yet more pink plastic plates will tell you this is a local eating establishment! It may be a slight play on linguist notions, but Beef Ginger or Ginger Beef is still fabulous. Another Chinese import, it’s often found available in many of the little cafes or …

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Food from Sabah Malaysia: Pumpkin Chicken

Pumpkin Chicken from Sabah Malaysia

Delicious Pumpkin Chicken from Sabah Malaysia Pumpkin pie and Halloween were the only things I used to think that could be done with this vegetable. Certainly not in Sabah where I’ve never tasted it prepared do well. Pumpkin if not cooked well can be hard, bitter and not such a nice thing to have on your …

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Food from Sabah Malaysia:Chicken in Oyster Sauce

Chicken and Oyster Sauce from Sabah Malaysia

Chicken in oyster sauce straight from the downtown local restaurant Chicken in Oyster Sauce is more Chinese Malaysian good food. Available in any eatery around Sabah. It’s actually really good compared to some other “everyday” types foods available here. It’s not super fried, nor is it full of bones. It’s tangy, meaty, full of vegetables and very easy …

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Food from Sabah Malaysia: Agar (seaweed)

Agar Seaweed from Malaysia

Agar from Sandakan Market One of the things a really enjoyed in Sandakan market was the seaweed dish known as Agar It’s similar or the same thing as Guso from the Philippines. A green tubular seaweed served as a side dish to many a meal. What does Agar taste like? Agar in Sabah is served up doused …

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