Thursday, June 24, 2010

bubur laMbuk

usually in Ramadhan al-mubarak..bubur lambuk is very famous among all of mothers in terengganu..
this dishes can be find in weekend market..
this dish is commonly cook by gotong royong ang will give to other at mosque or anywhere ..
interesting ha??!

Bubur Lambuk is a type of Malay rice porridge that is cooked and distributed free to the public during the fasting month of Ramadan in many places. Some bubur lambuk in other states have different style of preparation.

Bubur lambuk or herbs rice porridge is a Terengganu traditional porridge cook with differ kinds of herbs, sweet potatoes, fish crackers, dry prawn etc. Young leaves like daun kesum, pucuk manis, pucuk paku, etc. that are found growing on peat swamp forest is some of bubur lambuk ingredients.

how to cook
1 pot rice
3 cup water
1 cup coconut milk
(fern) pucuk paku
polygonum (daun kesom)
turmeric leaves (slice fine)
pucuk manis
2 cup fried coconut
salt to taste
4 shallot
3 clove garlic
black paper to taste
1 inch ginger

1. Boil rice until become porridge (thick).
2. Put grind material and fried coconut and salt, some sugar then stir it flat.
3. Put fern (pucuk paku), polygonum leaf (daun kesum), turmeric leaf and kayu manis.
4. Include coconut milk and lets it simmer until the vegetables turn soft and the porridge thick enough.

Serve porridge while it is still hot and for those who like spring onion and fried onions, you may spread out little. White pepper can also be added as additional flavours

or you can also put chicken ,prawn or anything that you like..
don't forget...try it

many peoples line up to get bubur lambuk..

biasanya kalau bulan puasa..bubur lambuk adalah hidangan yg paling suka dibuat oleh ibu2 di Terengganu...
memang pemes..sehingga banyak dijual di Pasar Ramadhan tapi takleh sesedap buatan sendiri..
di terengganu mengamalkan gaya hidup bermasyarakat
kebiasaannya bubur lambuk dibuat secara bergotong-royong dan diagihkan di surau-surau atau masjid-masjid..macam mana nk buat ni??jangan risau..nie resepi nye

salin jangan tak salin..


2 cawan beras [rebuskan dalam slow cooker]
1/2 kg keledek [warna merah/jingga]...potong kecil
1 s/b lada hitam
2 cm. halia
5 ulas bawang merah
5 tangkai pucuk ubi
5 tangkai daun cekur manis
1 ikat daun paku merah
1 ikat pucuk paku hijau
5 pokok kangkong
2 tangkai dan kadok
4 tangkai daun kesom
4 tangkai daun kemangin
1 helai daun kunyit
1 cawan udang basah saiz kecil [tak der pun tak per]
2 ekor ikan kembung [bakar dan ambil isi]
air secukupnya

Cara membuat
1. Semua sayuran dipotong, basuh dan toskan.
2. Tumbuk lada hitam hingga lumat, setelah itu masukkan 10 ulas bawang merah, halia dan tumbuklah lagi sehingga lumat bersama isi ikan tadi.
3. Masukkan keledek dan bahan-bahan yang telah ditumbuk tadi bersama ikan yg dihancurkan kedalam bubur nasi tadi.
4. Masukkan udang dan kacau sehingga rata.
5. Bila sudah hampir untuk diangkat, masukkan sayur-sayura & garam secukupnya sambil dikacau hingga cukup rata dan sayur layu.
6. Angkat dan hidangkan.

sediakan sayur..

dalam mangkuk..

siap dimakan..

ketupat SOTONG!!

this dishes is really..really Delicious!!

so,thumbs up..hehe.,this is one of my favourite dishes aming the best,,

you know why?because the recipe are super easy and it taste are super tasty..

i'm not kidding ok..

here,, recipe for this dishe..

1 tin glutinous rice milk
12 wet squid
1 coconut
1.2 cm ginger
2 shallot
1 teaspoon fenugreek (halba)
some sugar
12 stick about 3.7cm.
1. Wash cleans the squid.
2. Take out the coconut milk.
3. Waste clean the glutinous rice and cook with the coconut milk until cooked
4. Take small amount from the rice and put into the squid then attach it.
5. Put all the attached squid into the pot fill with coconut milk, ginger, shallot and fenugreek.
6. Insert coconut milk, salt, and sugar when it boils. At the same time, stir it so that the coconut milk not cloddy.
7. When the squid cooked, it is ready to be served.

where to find..

Kuala Pengadang Baru Weekend Market (Tuesday)
Terengganu Panji Alam Weekend Market (Thursday)
Batu Burok Hawker Centre (Friday)
Marang Kg. Kelulut Weekend Market (Saturday)
Dungun Kuala Dungun Weekend Market (Thursday)
Kemaman Kerteh (Tuesday), Kemasik (Sunday, Wednesday), s s sChukai (Tuesday)

sooo,,enjoy :))

Saturday, June 19, 2010


satar is really popular among Terengganu's citizen

the taste of fish and coconut combine together making this dishes have a unique taste

many of the tourism in and out of this country came to Terngganu and try this dishes

and the first thing that they gonna say is.....YUMMY!!

if all of not believe what am i saying, then try it..and all of you will get the right answer..

This dish is cooked-wrapped in a banana leaf over a low-fire barbecue. Fish meat, shallots and ginger are pounded to a paste and wrapped in banana leaf before it is cooked.

Satar is an interesting blend of succulent boneless fish marinated in spices, wrapped in banana leaves and grilled over a flaming charcoal fire. Its sweet taste is tinged with delicate smell of the wrapping, making it a great appetizer and a healthy snack.

how to make this dishes..

1/2 coconut
3 ikan kembung
3 shallot
1 red chilli
1.2cm ginger
banana leaf

1. Clean the fish thoroughly, discard the bones, roll with coconut,pound, chop or mince the meat finely,
2. Put shallot, red chilli and ginger while roll it again until they mix well.
3. Fill the cone with the mixture and cover the top.
4. Repeat until all done filling the cone.
5. Put the cone on the skewers with bamboo and roast until cook.

where to find

Kuala Pengadang Baru Weekend Market (Tuesday)
Terengganu Panji Alam Weekend Market (Thursday)
Batu Burok Hawker Centre (Friday)
Pasar Payang Central Market
Cabang Tiga Market
Marang Kg. Kelulut Weekend Market (Saturday)
Alongside Marang Road
Dungun Kuala Dungun Weekend Market (Thursday)
Kemaman Kerteh (Tuesday), Kemasik (Sunday, Wednesday), s s sChukai (Tuesday)
Che Wan Food Stall
Alongside Geliga Beach

Nasi daganG,,

have ever of you eat nasi dagang terengganu?
if you don't ever try it,,then take your time and try find nasi dagang terengganu..
Nasi dagang terengganu different with nasi dagang kelantan
to me,nasi dagang terengganu is more delicious than nasi dagang kelantan because the taste of nasi dagang terengganu more spicy..

Nasi Dagang is a rice speciality of Terengganu. The Dish is made by cooking rice and glutinous rice together, to which is then added coconut cream once it is cooked. It is eaten with it's own specially made side dishes of tuna curry and a light vegetable pickle. Simplicity is its essence.

how to make nasi dagang??

300g nasi dagang rice or substitute with 200g
good grade Siamese rice mixed with 100g glutinous rice
1 grated coconut to extract 3/4 cup thick coconut milk
3/4 cup thin coconut milk
1/4 tsp fenugreek seeds ( halba )
2 cloves garlic, sliced finely
3 shallots, sliced finely
2cm young ginger, sliced finely
1/2 tsp salt

Wash rice well and soak for five to six hours. Drain well, then steam rice for 20 to 25 minutes or until half-cooked.
Stir in thin coconut milk and continue steaming for 15 minutes until rice is nearly cooked.
Combine thick coconut milk, shallots, garlic, ginger, fenugreek and salt. Stir into the cooked rice then steam once more for 10 to 15 minutes or until rice is properly cooked.
Serve rice with kari ikan tongkol.

Nasi dagang is a special type of reddish brown glutinous rice. If it is not available, substitute with Siamese rice and glutinous rice mixture as per recipe.

nasi dagang mak ngah

where to find

Kuala Mak Ngah Nasi Dagang restaurant at Cendering
From Terengganu City, head towards South to Marang or Kuantan. About 8KM, after the Ibai Bridge, you will see a lot of cars parking at the roadside, especially on Friday. There are 2 famous stalls at the left side.

Pengadang Baru Weekend Market (Tuesday)
Panji Alam Weekend Market (Thursday)
Batu Burok Hawker Centre (Friday)
Pasar Payang Central Market
Cabang Tiga Market
Marang Kg. Kelulut Weekend Market (Saturday)
Dungun Kuala Dungun Weekend Market (Thursday)
Kemaman Kerteh (Tuesday), Kemasik (Sunday, Wednesday), s s s...Chukai (Tuesday)

Friday, June 18, 2010

*Pulau Kapas*

As you all know,there are like hundreds of interesting island in Terengganu,,

one of them is Kapas Island

I'm sure that all of u will be really excited when I'm going to post about Kapas Island

To who have went to Pulau Kapas,,I think they have gained many incredible expirience there as the pronouns say...experience is the best teacher,,right??

I think and hoope that all of you come to terengganu and drop by at Kapas Island and just experience it by urself...don't ask me why,,because all of you kno the answers,are you agrred wuth me??

this is some of explenatian and picture about Kapas Island...enJoY!! ^^,

Every year between March and October, sun and sea lovers from the world over never fail to make pilgrimage to some of the most beautiful islands in South East Asia. And they are all situated off the coast of Terengganu, an east coast state of Peninsular Malaysia. Sparkling like emerald gems atop a bluish setting, these islands are the world's most talked about eco-tourism destination.

Pulau Kapas is an ideal island paradise with white sandy beaches fringed with shady palm trees making it a perfect retreat. The first impression is its laid back yet rustic ambience calling for pure relaxation. It offers a "home away from home" amidst a typical Malay village concept and hospitality.

Kapas Island is a small island consisting of merely a few holiday resorts. It will take just a couple of hours to stroll along the beautiful beach from one end to the other end passing all the holiday resorts. The other side of the island is however, only accessible through a jungle – trekking trail. One could view a spectacular sunrise over a private beach there.

Pulau Kapas offers a variety of adventures to sun and sea lovers. The hidden treats of nature's splendors are both on land and below the sea. You could track into the island's interior and amazed at the colorful natural flora and fauna along the way. Explore the most varied marine life among the many coral reefs around the island. Snorkeling and underwater diving is popular along stretches of shallow coral reefs of the island's western shore.

view from a helicopter,,i just love it becouse it is so wonderful

AtTENtion ok...

The island is just 4 nautical miles from Marang making it highly accessible from the mainland. The advantages of Pulau Kapas is its easy accessibility, wide range of activities and facilities. It is highly popular among backpackers as it is less expensive than other neighbouring islands yet offers equally good beaches.

July, August and the local holidays are the best times to go. An island famous for its clear waters, sandy white beaches and swaying palms, it is relatively isolated. Home to an infinite variety of hard and soft corals, the waters around the island abound with sea-shells, fish and turtles.,, this is enough fo today's post

see ya~~<3