Selamat Hari Merdeka Ke-63!

It’s a pretty quiet and simple Merdeka this year, but there’s still a lot of meaning behind it.

Always be thankful for our independence.

Remember to be grateful for our freedom.

Appreciate all that we’ve achieved thus far.

Come what may, make it a mission to strive and move forward.

And pray, pray to Allah SWT to bless Malaysia with everything that is good, ameen.

Enjoy the holiday everyone!

[MY] Mooncake By Nissrina

Halal Mooncake by Nissrina ni sedap sangat n rasa tak berubah dari yang original. Best sangat. 🥰🥰

Lagi best, kita bake setiap hari ya, kita tak simpan stock. So korang dapat yang Fresh from oven.

SET MINI (satu box ada 6pcs/80gm each)

🌸 MINI ORIGINAL (PLAIN) -RM30
🌸 MINI MIX – RM36

LARGE INDIVIDUAL MOONCAKE (satu box ada 2pcs/150gm each)

🌸 TRADITIONAL ORIGINAL (PLAIN)
2pcs / BOX – RM22

🌸 TRADITIONAL NUT/KUACI
2pcs / BOX – RM24

🌸 TRADITIONAL SINGLE EGGYOLK
2pcs / BOX – RM26

🌸 TRADITIONAL DOUBLE EGGYOLKS

2pcs / BOX – RM30

Whatsapp:
www.wasap.my/+601161266826/HalalMooncake

Happy Eating semua 🥰🥰

Shared and edited from Nissrina Facebook page.

[MY] Mooncake Ikhwan Ng’s Halal Delight

Assalamualaikum. Preorder MOONCAKE dibuka sekarang. InsyaAllah akan siap dan pos pada awal bulan depan ye.

Untuk makluman semua, tahun ni mooncake adalah sangat LIMITED, tak dapat nak buat banyak sebab kesibukan kerja. Jadi saya akan buka preorder 2-3 kali sahaja sehingga habis kuota tahun ni.

Harga/Jenis Homemade Mooncake:

🌕 Redbean
🌕 Pandan Kuaci
🌕+🍫 Chocolate Oreo
🌕 Nutty Durian
🌕+🍳 Lotus Eggyolk
🌕+🍳 Pandan Eggyolk
(Eggyolk = telur itik)

Serious buyer only.. Berminat mohon whatsapp 012-3979998

http://ikhwanng.wasap.my/

Shared and edited from Ikhwan Ng Facebook page.

10 Popular Mooncake Types You Should Try

Yummy!

The Mooncake festival, Lantern festival or Mid-Autumn festival, whichever you choose to call it, the festival is almost here!

We’re super blessed because halal mooncakes are common in Malaysia. You can get it in supermarkets, bakeries, hotel restaurants, even homemade ones! The choices are limitless!

If you’re new to mooncakes, then you’ve come to the right place to learn more about these delightful bite-sized delicacies synonymous with the Mid-Autumn.

Do take note that we are writing about the popular mooncake types, including non-halal types. At any rate, we encourage you to inquire from the sellers and confirm with them about the halal status of their mooncakes.

The Mooncake Types

Cantonese: Originally from Southern China, the classic Cantonese mooncake comes encased in a thin brown-coloured skin, usually filled with lotus paste with either one or two salted duck egg yokes. It comes with other fillings too, like red bean, nuts, even preserved meats. This is by far the most commonly found mooncake in Malaysia and Singapore, and yes, it happens to be our favourite mooncake type too.

Halal versions available. Popular brands include Tai Thong, Oversea and Baker’s Cottage.

Shanghai: Shanghai mooncakes are baked using short crust pastry, so you will have that buttery, crumbly texture. The filling is a rich lotus paste and a salted duck egg yolk. These mooncakes look like large scones and you can sometimes find sesame seeds being sprinkled on top.

Halal versions available. We found it on Shoppee!

Suzhou: Also known as Su-style mooncakes, the skins of these mooncakes are soft, sweet, and flaky. Suzhou mooncakes are savoury and usually stuffed with minced pork meat. The mooncakes are also stamped with edible red ink.

Teochew: Teochew mooncakes are usually filled with yam paste and a salted duck egg yolk. But it also comes in other flavours, such as red bean paste or mung bean paste. The spiral-like flaky crust wraps around the sweet filling, giving you that mesmerizing exterior.

Beijing: Beijing mooncakes are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It uses a lot of sesame oil.

Hokkien: Hokkien mooncakes were once known as scholar cakes as they were given to those sitting for the Imperial Examination. These white-coloured mooncakes are often filled with melon seeds, tangerine peel and winter melon. Also available are savoury options stuffed with minced meat.

Snow Skin: Originating from Hong Kong, snow skin mooncakes are not baked. The skin is made from glutinous rice flour and the texture is similar to mochi – elastic, chewy and soft. Fillings come in various kinds such as red bean paste or lotus paste. Best taken cold.

Halal versions available. Popular brands include Tai Thong, Oversea and Baker’s Cottage.

Ice Cream: Ice cream mooncakes are the modern twist to the traditional mooncake types. Ice cream mooncakes like how the name describes it are literally made of ice-cream!

Halal versions available.

Jelly: Yes! An entire mooncake made out of jelly! Or in our part of the world, agar-agar! They come in all sorts of flavours and colours, and get this, they even come with a jelly version of the salted duck egg yolk!

Halal versions available.

Chocolate: Chocolate mooncakes is another modern twist. The crust is made from chocolate and the filling can nutella, chocolate chip, oats, berries, peanut butter, the works!

Halal versions available.

Bonus!

So you think we’ve concluded our mooncake types post? Think again! But rather than make an elaborate post on them, we’ll just list them down. Be on the lookout for coffee, tiramisu and caramel macchiato type mooncakes. Great for all those coffee lovers!

[MY] Restoran Rahmat Pulau Indah

Encik Rahmat Tan merupakan pengusaha restoran makanan laut halal sejak 2010.

Warung pertama beliau ialah berhadapan dengan bangunan Imigresen Port Klang.

Beliau memeluk Islam pada tahun 2008. Sejak dari itu beliau berazam untuk menyediakan makanan halal kepada peminat-peminat makanan laut.

Seperti biasa, pelbagai onak dan duri perniagaan yang telah beliau lalui. Namun semangatnya tidak pernah luntur untuk terus berjuang dalam dunia perniagaan.

Restoran Rahmat Tan kini sudah tiga bulan beroperasi di Laguna Park, Pulau Indah.

Hidangan makanan lautnya pasti memenuhi citarasa para penggemar seafood.

Kepada peminat seafood jangan lupa untuk mencuba hidangan Encik Rahmat Tan.

Location: Restoran Pier One, Laguna Park, Seksyen 10, Pulau Indah, 42920 Port Klang

Operation Hours: Monday – Friday 11am – 11pm, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 12 noon – 11pm.

Whassap: 0163732819

Phone (Encik Rahmat Tan): 0163793393

Edited and shared from Restoran Rahmat Tan Pulau Indah and Klang Bandar DiRaja Facebook pages.

Salam Maal Hijrah 2020

Happy Hijri New Year!

May the new year bring you lots of happiness, ease and comfort from Allah SWT, ameen!

While we’re at it, what’s your plan for the holidays?

We’re busy prepping our frozen dumplings, bottling our chili oil, and coming up with new posts!

Plus our heads are buzzing with ideas, so stay tuned!

Kaijia Muslim Food: Awal Muharram Sale

Bismillah. Announcing our Awal Muharram Sale 🎉

Available in Beef or Chicken options

Premium Frozen Dumplings
15 Pieces: RM13
*has more fillings and ingredients
*can be boiled, steamed, fried, or taken with soup
*comes in a box so it’s great as a gift!

Standard Frozen Dumplings
20 Pieces: RM10
*has less fillings and ingredients
*can be boiled, steamed, or taken with soup

Order via Whassap – https://bit.ly/2jVMelY

*pickup at Taman Perling
*delivery available to selected places in JB if you order more than RM45

News: Dulu Penjawat Awam, Kini Tauke Kuih Bulan

Dulu penjawat awam, kini tauke kuih bulan

Nur Farrah Diba membuat kuih bulan yang ditempah pelanggan kebanyakannya dari kalangan masyarakat Cina pada Festival Pertengahan Musim Luruh (Mid-Autumn Festival) yang akan disambut hari ini. – Foto Bernama

BUKIT MERTAJAM – Kebolehan Nur Farrah Diba Azhar, seorang usahawan muda di sini menghasilkan kuih bulan mengikut resipi asli masyarakat Cina menjadi perhatian setelah kisahnya tular di media sosial baru-baru ini.

Namun, di sebalik kejayaannya itu, beliau berterima kasih kepada seorang wanita Cina yang dipanggilnya ‘auntie’ kerana sudi menurunkan ilmu cara menghasilkan kuih tradisional masyarakat itu yang dimakan setiap kali sambutan Pesta Tanglung.

“Walaupun saya tidak tahu nama sebenar beliau tetapi auntie tidak keberatan, malah seronok apabila saya memintanya untuk mengajar saya bagaimana hendak membuat kuih bulan,” kata bekas penjawat awam itu yang berhenti pada 2016 untuk menjadi usahawan sepenuh masa, kepada Bernama.

Kini, Nur Farrah Diba, 29, dapat berbangga apabila kegigihannya menuntut ilmu menghasilkan kuih tradisional itu sejak dua tahun lepas membuahkan hasil apabila perniagaannya menjual kuih bulan yang halal dengan harga berpatutan mendapat permintaan tinggi daripada masyarakat.

“Bermula dengan kuih bulan biasa, auntie kemudian ajarkan beberapa jenis kuih bulan seperti 3Q, QQ, ‘Shanghai moon cake’, ‘jelly moon cake’ dan ‘snow skin moon cake’. Keseluruhannya saya sudah belajar buat tujuh jenis kuih bulan,” katanya.

Kuih bulan yang dihasilkannya dijual pada harga antara RM8 dan RM12 dan tahun ini, beliau bersama-sama enam pekerjanya telah mula menghasilkan kuih bulan sejak 5 September lepas dan dijangka akan berterusan sehingga Oktober.

“Tahun lepas kami menghasilkan sebanyak 4,000 kuih bulan, namun tahun ini kami sudah menghasilkan 7,000 biji kuih bulan…sudah melepasi sasaran asal 5,000 biji. Dalam satu hari, kami menghasilkan 1,000 biji,” katanya yang turut menghasilkan kuih kapit, kuih bakul dan kuih raya berjenama Captain Crunchy. – Bernama

Shared from Sinar Harian – Dulu penjawat awam, kini tauke kuih bulan

Resipi: Ayam Buttermilk Sos Mohammad Chow

Antara resipi yang wajib di cuba bila datang Mohammad Chow ialah Ayam Buttermilk Sos. Jom kami kongsikan resipinya.

Bahan Asas
500gm Ayam Dada
1 cawan tepung (Kami pakai campuran tepung ubi kayu & potato starch) Nak pakai tepung jagung pon boleh
1 sudu teh serbuk lada putih

Bahan Pes
3 sudu makan mentega atau marjerin
2 pelepah daun kari
3 tangkai cili padi – ditumbuk
Secubit gula
Susu Cair

Cara2nya

  1. Bersihkan Ayam dan potong dadu.
  2. Campur lada putih dengan tepung dan salut ayam ke dalam tepung tersebut.
  3. Goreng ayam tersebut dengan minyak panas sampai separuh masak
  4. Cairkan mentega/marjerin dengan api kecil, lepas tu masukkan daun kari, gula dan cili padi. Sambil mengacau.
  5. Bila mula berbuih, masukkan ayam tadi dan masak sehingga ayam kuning keemasan.
  6. Kecilkan api dan campur susu cari ke dalam adunan tadi. Secukup rasa. Jika nak berkuah boleh letak lebih sikit. Terus kacau. Apabila telah sebati, bolehlah matikan api dan Siap!

Phone/WhatsApp: 010-7015221, 03-77316383

Edited and shared from Mohammad Chow Facebook page.

[MY] LaMian Mi Tarik

Assalamualaikum W.B.T Sahabat-sahabat semua, 😁

Seperti biasa,
SPECIAL HUJUNG MINGGU,
HOME-MADE BANANA CAKE 🍰🍰🍰
AT RM1 per slice di LāMiàn Home Cafe 😁😁

Delivery available via Foodpanda.

Business Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 8.30am – 1pm or until everything is sold out

Location: Lot 4085 Taman Sheikh Ismail, Lrg, 1A, Jln Menggris, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak
https://maps.app.goo.gl/YMcYquduzvTsDcX78

Phone: 0168785862

Edited and shared from LaMian Mi Tarik Facebook page.