Ours have been pretty good so far, Alhamdulillah. It’s been raining on a daily basis, making the weather more cooling and fasting more bearable.
But with the new norm, obviously this year’s Ramadan is unlike pre-pandemic years. Nevertheless, we are thankful with everything we have been blessed with. On a personal note, Alhamdulillah this year we get to celebrate Ramadan with more family members.
We also managed to secure a pop-up stand at Bazaar Ramadan Fourty 5, located at the carpark area opposite Kuu Van Cha 古文茶, nearby to Perling Mall.
While we’re at it, we’re currently running 10% cashback and RM40 Free Shipping promotions on our Shopee store. Ramadan is the time to spread goodness and happiness, so we thought it’d be great to offer our buyers additional perks during this festive occasion. It’s our way of thanking our buyers for supporting us all this while.
The promotions only last for a couple more weeks or so, so hurry up and place your order at our Shopee store! You may also reach us online via our website and social media platforms.
Bismillah. Presenting our latest product available on our Shopee store – the Spicy BBQ Set | 烧烤料!
Now you can make China Chinese Muslim-style satay (or better known an “Chuan” 串) at home!
Chuan (Chinese: 串, Dungan: Чўан, Pinyin: chuàn, “kebab”; Uighur: كاۋاپ, кавап, “kawap”), especially in the north-east of China referred to as chuan’r (Chinese: 串儿), are small pieces of meat roasted on skewers.
Chuan originated in the Xinjiang region of China. It has been spread throughout the rest of the country, most notably in Beijing, Tianjin, Jinan and Jilin, where it is a popular street food. It is a product of the Chinese Islamic cuisine of the Uyghur people and other Chinese Muslims.
We recently shared a photo of our preserved vegetables on our Facebook page and we’ve been getting requests from potential buyers eager to get their hands on it. We’ve also been getting requests for our cooked dumplings. What do we do? We combined both requests and came up with our Saturday Bento Boxes!
What’s a Saturday Bento Box?
It’s a bento box comprising of our cooked dumplings, chili oil and guoba snacks. Sets A & B come with preserved vegetables. The main difference between our bento box and the ones you find outside is our buyers must place their order(s) between Saturday and Friday. Buyers can only collect their order(s) on Saturday.
Why Saturday? Why Not Everyday?
Mainly because our schedule is packed at the moment. Besides the regular stuff we do each day, which includes making our products, sending it out, liaising with suppliers/distributors and managing our Shopee store, we’re still doing R&D for a couple of new products, slated to launch end of this month, insha’Allah. Plus we have a handful of other products still waiting to be refined, hence we need to allocate time for that too. We’ll probably add another Bento Box delivery/collection day once we’ve sorted things out.
How To Order?
Place your orders by 10pm, Friday every week.
Make sure you send your proof of payment.
Collect your order or arrange for delivery via GrabExpress.
Orders are limited to 20 pax each week.
Why Limit To 20 Pax?
We go for quality rather than quantity. So for starters, 20 pax is a good number to work with. We may increase it once we’ve developed a better system. But for now, it’s just for 20 pax and orders are on a first come, first paid basis.
Snack on these while watching TV, doing your work, or whenever you feel like munching something!
Traditionally, guobais made of rice. Ours on the other hand is made with flour. So what’s the difference? Well, the only way to know is to try it for yourself! Mind you, these can be highly addictive. If you’re one of those who lives on snacks, you should definitely get more than 1 bottle.
Flavours! Tell me more about the flavours!
We currently have the Spicy 香辣 version. We’ll launch more flavours, including Mala 麻辣 and a sweet version soon, insha’Allah. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and our Shopee store for updates.
In simple English it’s Cucumber Salad and it’s one of our favourite vegetable dishes.
Ingredients: 1 medium-sized Japanese cucumber 2 cloves of garlic (chopped) 1 tbsp black vinegar 1 tsp chili oil 2 tbsp oil Salt to taste
Method: 1. Use the flat side of the cleaver to smash the cucumber. Then, cut the smashed cucumbers into bite-sized pieces and place them in a heat-resistant bowl. 2. Add the chopped garlic, black vinegar, chili oil and salt to the cucumber. 3. Heat up the oil for a few seconds and pour it straight on the cucumber mixture.
Serve it with rice, noodles, bread, or just have it on its own.
Note: Some people add sugar, chopped chili, or use sesame oil. Some people just mix the cucumber mixture with the sesame oil, skipping the hot oil process. And some use more chili oil, vinegar and garlic. It all depends on you. Need more heat? Use more chili! Feel it’s too spicy? Add some sugar! Easy, right?
Try it out and let us know how the recipe turned out for you!