Monday, September 15, 2008

Homemade Ramadhan Fare

Lengkong/cincau (grass jelly drink)

Ketayap/kuih dadar (pandanflavoured pancakes with grated coconut filling tossed in palm sugar syrup)

Roti jala (lacy pancakes), served with curry.

Bandung (rose syrup and milk) jelly

Honey roast chicken

Gulai tulang rusuk (beef rib curry)

Jeruk buah (fruit pickle)

Egg sambal

Daging bakar (Malay–style roast beef)

Beef meatballs

Perut rebus (boiled cow's stomach)

Jeruk ikan masin (salted fish pickle)

Anchovy sambal

Mushroom tempura

Kerang rebus (steamed cockles)

Ayam masak merah (chicken in chilli and tomato sauce), my all–time favourite chicken dish. Finger licking good!

These were homemade fare made for iftar over a span of a few days.

2 comments:

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello!

The variety of delicious food that you cook is mind boggling!

You are truly an ambassador of Malaysia!

Many thanks for sharing!

Best wishes!

skyjuice7 said...

My pleasure, Joseph. My sister did the cooking. She's a gifted cook. :-)