Ramadan Food Delights

Old Jun 3rd 2016, 9:08 am
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I'm just wondering if anyone would like to make some recommendations of fab food places to experience during the month of Ramadan. Anybody? Any secret food bazaars that you know about?

I was on Farcebook this morning and followed a link to a website called Kuali and it's got "8 recipes to impress" during Ramadan. Gosh there's some nice looking dishes there. I'll put a link in below:
8 recipes to impress your mother-in-law this Ramadan - Kuali

The Bubur Lambuk Ayam looks interesting. A kind of Malay spicy rice porridge. I've never gone overboard on rice porridge, but I think I could be tempted by this dish.

And the Beef Serunding sounds scrummy too.
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Old Jun 3rd 2016, 2:38 pm
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Yes, it all looks so nice. I am a bit puzzled though, about the desire to impress one's mother-in-law. Is this part of Malay culture I wonder?
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Originally Posted by teejaydee
Yes, it all looks so nice. I am a bit puzzled though, about the desire to impress one's mother-in-law. Is this part of Malay culture I wonder?
Well it's clearly for those who are actually celebrating the break of fast in the evenings and no doubt there are plenty of family get-togethers, I imagine.
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