Malaysian Beef Jerky

Posted by greg on March 4th, 2008 in Food, New York

malaysian beef jerkyA while ago I stumbled across this beef jerky shop in Chinatown. On the outside, there is a large sign that tells what types of jerky they have. It reads something like signs in the picture. Inside, there is a woman behind an (indoor) charcoal grill smoking slices and a glass case with lots of freshly grilled meats.The stuff is amazing. I’m told this is similar to Taiwan-style beef jerky. It’s sweet but rich and has an intense charcoal flavor, that you won’t find with any store-bought jerky. It’s not tough or chewy and goes great with Hitachino.

2 Responses to “Malaysian Beef Jerky”

  1. eric says:

    but… where can i get this Hitachino?

  2. Samantha says:

    That’s what we called “bah kwah”. You should have tried some while you were in Singapore. People tell me that we have the best version of the grilled meat. We eat with bread here.

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