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Here is our range of Malaysian and Asian Food for the very best deals. Malaysian cooking contains ingredients such as lemon grass, pandan (screwpine) leaves, and kaffir lime leaves. Fresh herbs, such as daun kemangi (a type of basil), daun kesum (polygonum or laksa leaf), nutmeg, kunyit (turmeric) and bunga kantan (wild ginger buds) are often used. Traditional oriental food spices such as cumin and coriander are used in conjunction with Thai and Chinese spices such as pepper, cardamom, star anise and fenugreek.
Seasonings play an important role in Thai cooking as they often enhance the food taste and flavors. Many of the seasonings are not dried spices but are fresh ingredients such as fresh turmeric, galangal, fresh chili paste, onions, and garlic. A combination of fresh seasonings and dried spices are normally pounded together to make a fine paste and cooked in oil. Fresh coconut milk is often added.
Asian food and Thai food in particular needs little introduction. From San Francisco to London, its profusion of exotic flavours and fragrances make it among the most coveted of international cuisines.