Originally Posted by Keiko123
Butter chicken in Malaysia is chicken+butter.
How about butter chicken in India? Spicy?
Any other recommended delicacies in India?
Speaking about India, through the programme showed in TV, I think the food there is quite spicy right... I scared I'll have stomachache... Am not used to eat tooooo spicy food, though I like spicy food.
the spiciness varies, sometimes it's really h-o-t but most of the time it's tolerable. the gravy is orange-ish and has a thick consistency here.
talking about delicacies in India, northern and southern Indian fare are different, so as of different regions. In the southern part u have famous dosas (thosai in msia), poori (plus potato gravy, delicious~), idli(ricecake), vada(crunchy ricecake), upma, and things like sambar, rasam(kinda our staple meal here lol). Whereas northern part they are famous for naan, kulcha, kebabs, tandoori chicken. Not that you wouldn't find northern Indian fare in southern Indian regions or vice versa tho. hehe.
I think most southern Indian fare can be found in msia.
some of them are really spicy, some are not. u can always opt for less spices (what they call masala here) to suit ur taste. i have a friend here who doesn't take spicy food, she finds a way round to things. if indian food is not your thing, there are always fast food joints, cafes and 'chinese-indian' restaurants for u to choose.
Originally Posted by khor_jennie
my mom knew how to cook oatflakes prawn, it taste nicer if u use butter instead of cooking oil.haha,next time i ask my mom cook for u if u come again^^
actually 'nai yu xia' and 'mai pian xia' are almost the same.'mai pian xia' is added with oatflake but 'nai yu xia' didnt add. the method to cook these two prawns are the same.
wow... ur mom is awesome
yeah, cooking things with butter always smells nicer =)))