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Daging Masak Hitam is a traditional Malaysian dish that translates to “Blackened Beef” in English. It is a flavorful and aromatic beef stew that is slow-cooked with a blend of spices and dark soy sauce, giving it a rich, dark color and deep, complex flavor.

The dish typically features tender cuts of beef, such as beef tenderloin or sirloin, that are first marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, dark soy sauce, and various spices such as star anise, cinnamon, and cardamom. The beef is then seared until browned and cooked together with the marinade until it becomes tender and infused with the spices.

Daging Masak Hitam is usually served with steamed rice and often accompanied by vegetables such as green beans or carrots. It is a popular dish for special occasions and family gatherings, but can also be enjoyed as a comforting home-cooked meal.


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