Wandering down the narrow, winding streets of present day Malacca, the ancient temples, mosques and churches reflect its multicultural community. Colorful Nonya kitchenware and decorative Portuguese tiles adorn the interior courtyards of colonial style restaurants, with Dutch red clay buildings bordering its bustling waterfront shophouses and fish markets. Our Malaysian Spice Blends offer you taste sensations from its diverse heritage-Malay, Indian and Chinese, and Malacca's unique community- Nonyas, from Chinese and Malay ancestors; Kristangs, descendants of the Portuguese and Dutch settlers with locals; and Chittys, of Indian and Malay heritage. These unique spice blends are packed in attractive silver tins with easy-to-follow recipes that will help you to create a treasure of tasty and aromatic dishes in your home.
Curry Malaysia: Curries in Malaysia originated from South Indian and Sri Lankan immigrants. Many curries have adapted local flavorings to become quite unique. They vary greatly, depending on the application (chicken, fish, vegetables, or beef), the region it comes from and which ethnic group prepares it. Dry spices that include cumin, coriander, fennel, star anise, cinnamon and turmeric, and wet spice, a paste of galangal or ginger, shallots, garlic, chilies, and lemongrass are used Curry Malaysia is a traditional chicken curry with dry and wet spices, cooked with coocnut milk, soy sauce and tomatoes, truly reflectiing Malaysia’s multicultural heritage. 1.2OZ tin. 30 Servings per tin