ASEAN-Japan Centre produced a series of videos in Japanese, to introduce noodles of the ten ASEAN Member States. Noodle dishes introduced from each ASEAN Member States are as below:
Brunei Darussalam – Soto mee kawin
“Kawin” in Malay means “marriage,” and two kinds of noodles are used to cook this noodle.
Cambodia – Nom banh chok
A typical noodle dish of Cambodia.
Indonesia – Mee ayam
A national food of the Indonesians.
Lao PDR – Khao piak sen
People like to eat “khao piak sen” for breakfast in Laos.
Malaysia – Curry mee
It symbolizes Malaysia’s multi-culture.
Myanmar – Mohinga
Gravy soup defines “mohinga” of Myanmar.
Philippines – Pancit luglug
Pancit luglug is also eaten as snack in the Philippines.
Singapore – Singapore laksa
“Singapore laksa” is the iconic noodle of Singapore.
Thailand – Kway teow nam tok
Thai food is popular in Japan, but not many people have tasted “kway teow nam tok”.
Viet Nam – Mi quang
“Mi quang” is noodle from the central Viet Nam.
All videos are available on our YouTube channel.
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