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April 16, 2008

Posted by asianpixmen in Activities, Food, Malaysia, Places.
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The Shish Kebab has its roots in the Middle East. However, in the last two decades, it is becoming increasingly common at Malaysian pasar malams and especially during Ramadan bazaars.

All races have taken a liking to it, simply because it’s affordable and delicious. Sometimes what tips the scales in favour of the kebab vendor are the sauces he uses.

The trick of the trade is to keep the meat well done by rotating the clumps of meat regularly on the steel skewer. A bun of quality will go a long way in making it a yummy roadside meal.

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