Malay cuisine shares much with Indonesian dishes, including some of the regional food traditions of Sumatra. Long influenced by Chinese, Indian, Thai cultures throughout history, its evolved into a distinct Malaysian cuisine. Many dishes incorporate Rempah, a spice paste or mix similar to Indian Masala. Rempahs are made by grinding up fresh and/or dried spices and herbs to create a paste which is then sauteed in oil to bring out the aromas.
Sarawak has a distinct cuisine to peninsula Malaysia, some dishes are part of the traditional cuisine of the natives, while some are influenced by either Chinese or Indian cuisine.
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