I haven't felt that pounding and the stimulus that changes everyday life into extraordinary life for years ... When I was starting to die, I got a souvenir from a colleague returning from Malaysia. ...Oh! Isn't it Brahim 's authentic instant local rice that is highly regarded around the world for its quality?
I received 3 types of "Nasi Goreng Ayam", "Nasi Biryani Ayam" and "Pear Tomato". Even if you read only the name, is it? These menus will be. When the words are broken down and translated, they seem to be "stir-fried chicken rice," "mixed chicken rice," and "tomato rice," respectively. By the way, "pear" is attached to all product names, but it means "rice" in Malay.
I decided to try it with all the editorial staff. Will the excitement of those days be revived?
When I opened the package, the pouch inside was in the opposite direction. However, it seems that it was intentional because all three were included in the same way. There must be some merit.
I can't read Malay at all, but kindly explain how to make it in English.
After opening the seal about 2 cm according to the instructions and chilling in the microwave for 2 minutes, the traditional Malaysian food was completed very easily.
Nasi Goreng Ayam is a fried rice with bite-sized chicken. You can enjoy the spicy and stimulating taste because it contains red pepper. The taste of chicken is soaked in the rice and it is delicious.
Nashi Biryani Ayam is a curry-flavored fried rice. The yellow rice is just like dry curry. This one also has plenty of bite-sized chicken and is very satisfying to eat. Of the three, I think it's the taste that is most familiar to the Japanese tongue. I liked this the most.
Pear tomatoes are rice fried in tomato ketchup (probably). Apart from tomatoes, when I thought that it had a unique smell, it contained plenty of raisins (!). Matching fruits with the sweet and spicy fried rice accents seems to be the food culture of Southeast Asia.
The author completely reminded me of the excitement of 20 years ago, and on the contrary, if you have never been to Malaysia, if you experience this taste first, you will not have any problems with food after you go there. It was a full-fledged taste. Malaysian instant food, I'm sorry!