Mee Siput Muar
|Alternative names||Simply just Mee Siput|
|Place of origin||Malaysia|
|Region or state||Muar, Johor, Malaysia|
|Main ingredients||Wheat flour, cooking oil|
Mee Siput Muar is a famous local snack which originated and is most available in Muar, Johor, Malaysia. It got its name as it is made of wheat flour that shaped into noodle thread and swirled resemble like the shell of a snail, or siput in Malay. And beside its shape, the crispy texture of the so called snail noodle cracker is also similar to the snail shell. It is then deep-fried in cooking oil until crispy and crunchy. It is best eaten with sambal; chili sauce or paste.
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