Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. As Malaysians, we can still start the day without sacrificing authentic Malaysian flavours. You can get these home made or at the kopitiams (Chinese coffee shops), mamak (Indian Muslim) restaurants, or streetside warungs (Malay food stalls):
- Thosai -made from black lentils and rice batter, with very little oil. Eaten with curry or any other condiments preferred like cheese or eggs
- Chapati – Indian flatbread, chapati is made from wheat flour and water. Commonly eaten with dhall gravy
- Chee cheong fun -Made from flat rice noodles,served sweet brown sauce and chilli sauce.
- Rice porridge/congee – with condiments such as spring onions, fried shallots, white pepper and soy sauce.
- Eggs and toast combo of two half-boiled eggs and toast can be found at most conventional Chinese coffee shops
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