A popular street food that can be cheaply and readily obtained at almost any street corner and night market in metropolitan Malaysia. It may cost as little as one US dollar for a snack sized serve.
Although it was predominantly offered by Chinese Malaysians, this dish is also commonly made by Indians and Malays these days.
There are many versions of this dish originating from different regions of Malaysia.
If you are not a big fan of seafood, this recipe works just as well with Chicken or Beef fillets.
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