It’s that time again for another round of interesting Chinese Muslim food links! So we’ve been scouring the net, looking for the latest juicy news. What makes this month’s link roundup a little different from previous link roundups is, we decided to feature news from Malaysia. Why? Let’s say we want to show some love to the place that we call home.
Here are our top picks for this month!
“Assalamualaikum & Good Morning
1st kelas 2020 . kelas yang dinanti-nanti oleh peminat masakan cina 🤗 .
Detail kelas seperti di bawah yer. kelas hands off. memang berbaloi baloi sangat join kelas ini sebab sebelum ni normal fee untuk 1 resepi sahaja bagi personal class rm300++ .
Tapi kali ini chef open 4 resepi Mee hanya RM300/pax ! Jimat banyakk!
Resepi asal masakan cina,teknik masak yang betul akan diajar, yang penting pelbagai ‘tips & rahsia’ masakan cina akan diberikan.
macam biasa sekiranya ada peserta minimun 15 orang baru chef akan open kelas ni. so siapa yang berminat boleh lock seat terlebih dahulu yer.
Date : 12 Januari 2020(Ahad)
Masa : 9.30 pagi – selesai
Tempat : Mama Salmi Kopitiam,Taipan 2 Setia Alam
pertanyaan dan pendaftaran
In case you haven’t noticed, it’s not that difficult to find Chinese Muslim food in Malaysia. In fact, it becomes even more easier if you go to the bigger cities like Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.
But the downside is, the price point can be a bit high. And yes, it may not be as easy to locate if you’re not familiar with the place.
What would be the next best option? Learn how to cook your own Chinese Muslim food! Chef Hassan Heng conducts tonnes of Chinese Muslim food cooking classes and you can use these newfound skills to cook for your family and friends. Feeling entrepreneurial? Maybe you can start your own Chinese Muslim food business!
Visit their Facebook page or whassap them for their latest schedule.
“WITH more than 100 items on its menu, there is definitely something for everybody at a new Chinese-Muslim restaurant in Seremban’s Oasis Business Centre. Restoran Teratai Indah serves up various Chinese-style dishes catering to Muslims.
The restaurant, which is in the process of getting its halal certification, has a kitchen team helmed by cooks with decades of experience in Chinese-Muslim cooking.
Head cook Muhd Adam Tan, who has been in the culinary line for over a decade-and-a-half, said the restaurant is one of the few places in Seremban that offers Muslim-friendly Chinese-style dishes.“
Woohoo! A recently opened Chinese Muslim restaurant in Seremban! Did you notice that they mentioned the restaurant has more than 100 items on their menu? That’s crazy! We don’t know about you guys, but we’d definitely want to try this out if we are ever in Seremban.
“China’s ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian, who hosted the event, said that halal cuisine was a very important school in the Chinese food culture in China which has a population of some 25 million Muslims belonging to 10 ethnic groups.“
Chinese New Year is like so yesterday, but we’re sharing this mainly because of the above paragraph. It’s nice to know that China acknowledge the importance and significance of China-style Chinese Muslim cuisine.
And that wraps up our link roundup for this month! Do you have any interesting links to share? Just leave us a comment and we’ll dive into it.