Sayur is a Bahasa Malaysian word for vegatable. It is also commonly refers to any side dish that is eaten with rice

In Chinese vegetable is called Choy, in Tamil it is called Kai and in Hindi it is known as Sanzi

Related Articles

Peria ■■■■■■
Peria is Bahasia Malaysian word for bitter gourd. Bitter gours is Fu kwa in Chinese and in Tamil it is . . . Read More
Ssam ■■■■■
Ssam is spoonfuls of rice wrapped in wide leafs such as lettuce, Chinese cabbage, sesame leafs, fresh . . . Read More
Bangkuang ■■■■■
Bangkuang is a Bahasia Malaysia word for jicama a white fleshed root vegetable with brown skin. It is . . . Read More
Nasi Kunyit ■■■■■
Nasi Kunyit refers to Malaysian "Turmeric Rice". This dish is traditionally served during the Chinese . . . Read More
Yakisoba ■■■■
Yakisoba are fried or deep fried Chinese style noodles served with vegetables, meat and ginger. . . . Read More
Chiao-tzu ■■■■
Chiao-tzu simply refers to dumplings which is among the most popular Peking foods all over China. It . . . Read More
Hakusai ■■■■
Hakusai is the Japanese word for chinese cabbage. Hakusai is a vegetable similar to celery, except stalks . . . Read More
Hae kun ■■■■
Hae kun refers to thin slices of shrimp eaten with a side order of Chinese syrup. This is a Thai fried . . . Read More
Chorogi ■■■■
Chorogi which is also known as Japanese artichoke, Knotroot, Chinese artichoke and Crosnes refers to . . . Read More
Red vinegar ■■■■
Red vinegar also known ashak mi Cho is a type of Chinese vinegard that is made from red rice, barley, . . . Read More