Ramadhan Temptations

One of the things I look forward come Ramadhan month, where all Muslims fast from dawn to dusk, is the bazaars. Bazaars sprouting everywhere, selling delicious food for ravenous people. I have to admit, come Ramadhan, I only cook for sahur (pre-dawn meal). For iftar (breaking fast), we choose the easy way and buy our food. The choices are plenty and you'd be spoilt for choice.

The only problem with the abundance of reasonably priced food is whether one can avoid succumbing to temptations and ended up buying more than one need and all those excess food leads to wastage.

What we love to eat this time of the year are the Nasi Dagang (rice steamed in coconut milk, eaten with fish gravy) and Nasi Kerabu (rice with an assortment of thinly sliced raw herbs eaten with fried fish, “keropok” -fish crackers, salted egg, "solok lada" fish fillet and coconut-stuffed chillis and pickled garlic). Zaini's and Raimie's favourite is to eat their Nasi Kerabu with daging panggang (roasted beef).

No close up of any food today. Don't want to make you guys drooling in front of your computer! LOL


  1. it's really hard to resist temptations in bazaars, so much things and foods everywhere =)

  2. wee, I'm fc!

    happy weekend!

  3. ya, lots of varieties too.

  4. @Ayie,
    You hold the top spot for being FC here. Yeay!!! :)

    Yeah, so hard to resist when everything is in front of you. :D

    varieties and affordable too. :)

  5. Oh I love the Ayam Percik! Yummy~ Happy Puasa :).

  6. i enjoy visiting the bazaar too and some temptations are truly hard to resist.

  7. @ladyviral,
    You are making me hungry. Hahaha :p

    @Life Ramblings,
    Too many good stuff at the bazaar to resist, right? ;)

  8. Why no food photos? I want to drool in front of my computer! : )

  9. @foong,
    cannotlah, nanti you have to sent your computer over to the doctor again. ;)


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