Fresh-off-the-frying-wok youtiao (油条), a Chinese-style crullers at a morning wet market in Penang. These youtiao are made from scratch by hand and you can watch the vendor kneading the dough, shaping the youtiao, and deep-frying them to a glorious crispy golden brown. I love going to the wet market, there are so many things to see, eat, and explore. We…
Tag: Street Food
Delicious beef satay grilling over charcoal fire. Satay is well-loved by Malaysians. Location: Kluang, Johor.
The yellow hue of these chicken satay comes from marinating the chicken meat for hours with turmeric, other spices and flavoring. Location: Kluang, Johor.
Indian apong or apom. Most of the street food in Penang are still prepared traditionally, in this case, charcoal fire. Pulau Tikus morning market.
Clay pot bak kut teh (pork bone teh)—a Malaysian concoction of pork ribs, herbs in an flavorful broth. Kluang, Johor.