Hari Raya Puasa is around the corner and what better way to celebrate than with some delicious home cooked local recipes that’ll be sure to leave your family and friends wanting for more!
1. Malaysian Fried Potato Patty (Begedil)
This well-loved local dish is a savoury explosion of potato goodness with every bite, eaten either on its own or with a delicious bowl of Lontong or Mee Soto! Plus, this quick and fuss-free recipe is just under 30 minutes! If you want an extra fluffy Begedil, use the Zyliss Potato Masher to ensure your potatoes are mashed well without breaking a sweat! #QuickBites
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What better way to bond with the family with this sweet treat! A traditional Malay dessert, Pulut Inti is a steamed glutinous rice dessert topped with caramel coconut filling made of Gula Melaka sugar and grated coconut! Psst… save those precious fingers of yours by using a Multi Slicer Mandoline too.
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Traditional Indonesian street food that is packed with flavours! Known also as tofu or bean curd omelette, it is paired with a sweet and spicy sauce! Garnish it with peanuts and sliced cucumbers for that additional crunch and texture. Tight for time? Use the Microplane Spiral Cutter and get the perfectly shaped cucumber toppings in no time at all!
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This spicy fried rice dish is a hot favourite amongst locals! Stir-fried with sambal chilli, fish sauce and dark soya sauce, each grain of rice is infused with an aromatic, earthy and smoky flavour. Topped with a sunny-side-up, cucumbers and prawn crackers for a meal that’ll whet anyone’s appetite. Get the wok-hei aroma in this dish with an Aluminium Non-Stick Fry Pan that is perfect for reaching the high temperatures essential in frying fried rice!
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This nostalgic Malay dish is a bowl of delicious, springy yellow noodles that are thickly coated with an aromatic, rich gravy! This recipe shares the secret in perfecting the sauce – a combination of chilli, spice paste and dried shrimps. Our personal favourite is to throw in a Begedil and let it soak in the thick, rich gravy.