Fast Food in Asia & Australia

Continuing the series begun with Fast Food in Europe (previously at Neatorama) HealthAssist takes a look at fast foods found in Australia and various Asian countries. In Indonesia:
In most cities it is common to see Chinese dishes such as bakpao (buns), bakmi (noodles), and bakso (meatballs). Though, pork is not used since the majority of Indonesians are Muslims. Another popular Indonesian street foods and snacks are siomay (mackerel fish meat served with peanut sauce, pempek (fish and sago), bubur ayam (chicken congee), bubur kacang hijau (green beans porridge), satay (diced or sliced chicken, goat, mutton, beef or fish), nasi and mie goreng (fried rice and fried noodle), gorengan (Indonesian assorted fritters).

Link -Thanks, Karen!

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Philippines also nests yummy street foods. Chicken feet is also included in the menu. Tokneneng - quail egg covered in orange flour mixture - is also one of the best!

@PaulVI - cubes of cooked blood are called betamax. And yes the dips are communal before but now there are vendors that offers small cups where you can dip your food :)
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And what happened to the Philippines? did that just disappear off the map?
Street vendor food is the best. Boiled peanuts. Isaw. I'm hungry to. :(
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What kind of Chinese dish doesn't use pork?


All said though, I wish there were street foot stateside, it's one of the things i miss most about the third worlds i've visited.

They know how to EAT son.
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