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Nasi kerabu, literally translated as kerabu rice is one of Malaysia’s famous dish. It originates from the East Coast regions of peninsula Malaysia, specifically the state of Kelantan. This dish is available throughout Malaysia but of course, heading to the East Coast will make us feel the authenticity of the dish. The dish is usually eaten with ulam or raw vegetable and other sides such as grilled beef, stuffed chilli, fish or even grilled chicken with marinated sauce [ayam percik]. The nasi kerabu in the above photo was what I had at Yati Nasi Kerabu in Kota Bharu, Kelantan. While the rice is white, most nasi kerabu sold at the West Coast states have blue-coloured rice.
Have you tried nasi kerabu before?
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