Tag Archives: Hari Raya Puasa

Local Style Indonesian Mee Goreng

There are two types of mee goreng offered at the local hawker centers and foodcourts – the Indian type (mee goreng mamak) and the Malay type (Indonesian mee goreng). The former usually looks a lot redder, perhaps because more fresh … Read more

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Malay Sambal Udang…Some Sambal Fishballs Would Be Nice Too!

Sambal udang, or sambal prawns, is a characteristically Malay dish of prawns cooked with sambal belacan and chilli rempah. It tastes quite similar to Ayam Masak Merah, a dish of chicken that is cooked in a similar sambal sauce, except … Read more

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Home-Made Pineapple Tarts For Melting Moments

Pineapple tarts are just one of the many pastries well-loved by Singaporeans when it comes to celebrating festive occasions, be it the Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Puasa or Deepavali. These tarts are made of butter, egg and flour and … Read more

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Malay Spicy Ayam Masak Merah

Ayam masak merah, meaning ‘chicken in red spicy tomato sauce’, is a continuation of my specially dedicated effort to cook Malay food to celebrate the upcoming Hari Raya Puasa. It’s a good way to compliment my previous recipe of Nasi … Read more

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A Dish Of Indonesian Yellow Rice Called Nasi Kunyit

Nasi Kunyit (meaning ‘turmeric rice’), otherwise known as Nasi Kuning (meaning ‘yellow rice’) is an Indonesian rice commonly served at local Malay Nasi Padang stores, that is, stores selling Malay dishes. Nasi Kunyit uses glutinous rice that is steamed with … Read more

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