Link Roundup #21: Top 3 Chinese Muslim Food Links

Hello Chinese Muslim food lovers! November came and cruised by just like that. Like is it really going to be December next week? And yes, we do know we’re a wee late with this month’s link-roundup. Let’s cut the chatter and just get on with it, shall we?

This Chinese restaurant serves fresh hand-pulled noodles featuring a secret 28-ingredient sauce

We start by sharing a piece of news all the way from Canada! Borders are reopening and people are getting in the mood to travel again. Think it’s pretty legit to share news about Chinese Muslim food businesses in other countries too. Not that we’re planning to travel to Canada anytime sooner. Any sponsors though?

Back to the article. It’s about Omni Palace, a Chinese noodle house specialising in traditional hand-pulled Lanzhou noodle dishes and other halal delicacies. The hand-pulled noodle chefs are fully skilled and have more than 20 years of stretched noodle experience.

Which brings us to a conversation I had with Karim. To make hand-pulled noodles require a certain technique and not everyone can master it. Like they even have schools teaching people how to become hand-pulled noodles masters in China! Sure, we make hand-pulled noodles at home, but compared to these masters, we are total amateurs.

5 Sajian Chinese Food Halal yang Wajib Dicoba saat Main ke Kota Malang

Let’s switch to Malay now. Ikutkan jarang sangat kami tulis dalam Bahasa Melayu. Bukan tak nak, cuma bila tulis tu mesti bunyi skema. Bunyi janggal pun ada. Jangan gelak. Apapun, kali ni kami nak kongsi berita dari Indonesia. Tak dapat pergi restoran Cina Muslim kat Kanada, mungkin boleh pergi cuba makanan Cina Muslim di Indonesia.

Berbalik pada artikel ni. Artikel ni cerita pasal kuotie, siomay, bakmie goreng, cwie mie dan nasi Hainan. Rasanya kat Malaysia pun ada jual cuma mungkin ada perbezaan dari segi rasa. Nama pun ada yang lain, sebagai contoh kalau di Malaysia siomay kami panggil siumai.

Itik panggang ala Melayu

Artikel seterusnya yang kami nak kongsi ialah dari Malaysia dan lebih tepat lagi tentang Itik Bakar Gembo di Shah Alam. Rasanya tak banyak orang Melayu buat itik panggang, jadi bagi sesiapa yang berminat bolehlah cuba beli dari kedai ni. Walaupun Itik Bakar Gembo bukan makanan Cina Muslim, kami kongsi juga kerana agak menarik bila ada orang Melayu yang buat itik panggang.

Oh, dah kongsi tiga pautan dah. Kadang-kadang terfikir juga nak tulis artikel blog mengenai makanan Cina Muslim dalam Bahasa Melayu. Insha’Allah kalau ada masa kami akan usahakan. Kalau ada jumpa mana-mana pautan yang berkaitan, harap boleh kongsi dengan kami supaya kami boleh kongsi dengan pembaca lain.

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