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Monday, 14 June 2010

Poisoned Pulut In Hantu Land

Once upon a time in Hantu Land, there lives a Little Meow among all the Hantu.

All Hantu in the Hantu Land took great care of this Little Meow. Always feeding him with nasty food, giving him horrible toys to play with and nasty surprises. In Hantu Land, everything nasty is good.

One day, a few of the Hantu decided to have a meet up.

Thus the Little Meow thought it would be totally evil to prepare some Poison Pulut to feed the Hantus. In Hantu Land, a successful poisoning is the Highest Honor of all. Same like getting straight A in examinations.



A few days day before the meet up, the Little Meow start work to prepare the poison. He went to the Market Place the sell poison and got the ingredients for the Poison Pulut Recipe.

The Poison Pulut needs a lot of ingredients and take quite a long time to prepare.

The night before, he soaked the Pulut with filtered water from Mount SYABAS.

Then he proceed to karate chop the Chicken meat in to bite size and marinated them with the evil dark and light soya sauce.

Very early next morning the rest if the ingredients like dried scallop, dried oyster, dried shrimp and dried mushroom were washed and soak for awhile. Then mushrooms were cut into thin slices for he didn't want the Hantus to choke on the big mushrooms.



When the ingredients were ready, this Little Meow faced with a great problem. He was not tall enough nor was he allowed to use the stove to cook the Poisoned Pulut. He had to ask his Evil Pontianak for help.

After a lot of grumbling and noises, the Evil Pontianak finally helped the Little Meow.

The Pontianak then proceed to fry the shrimps, the oyster,the scallop and the mushroom and put them aside.


Then she toss the marinated chicken meat into the Wok for awhile and take them out again.

Finally she pour in the pulut. And it's time to cast the spell...a dash of salt, a round of dark soya sauce, two spoons of five spice powder and a lot of the secret ingredient...Oyster Sauce.

Stir Stir Stir *mumbling spell* till the poison made the Pulut turn brownish. Then, in goes the shrimps, oyster, scallop, mushroom and chicken meat.

Stir stir some more ..Must have everything even else the Poison Pult will not turn out well.

When everything was even and brown, the evil Pontianak scoop out the Poison Pulut out and put it into the evil poison container . The Poison Pulut have to be steamed for about 45minutes to an hour or else the poison won't work properly.


Ready ah?.....Time to proceed with the evil plan.


Have to scoop the Poisoned Pulut carefully into the container. Must not waste.



Muhahaha....Poisoned Pulut is ready. Surely all the hantu will pengsan after eating the pulut. Who wants some of this Poisoned Pulut? Only Hantu needs to apply.

48 comments:

  1. haha nice way to frame ur post! i want to try! so what happened finally? did he manage to poison the hantus?

    Dropped by from Lukey's Rantings

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  2. Lukey Cher Hong

    Thanks for dropping by ;D

    Well..the result..i guess that's another story :P

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  3. Hantu land?? So scary..haha. That's the nasi pulut Mommy Ling was talking about lah. Sedapnya. You are a good cook. :)

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  4. *pengsan* tarak dong guai... one of the hantus wun kena poison wan la, Smallkucing. LOLOL~

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  5. I love that! My mum used to cook it...something like lor mai kai! Never tried myself - must do so one of these days. So all the hantus and the Hantu Meet ate to their hearts' content - you cooked so much... Must be a lot of them coming. Wish I were there...

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  6. hey man, you turned this post into a horror dumpling story lah,,,, thinking to be Rowling dear? keep it up, you are getting there,, well done.

    hey you have a nice week ahead ya

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  7. These type of hantu food, selling for how much ah.. can make fast orders or not..
    hahhhaa..u er.. hantu or saint, i mau sapu too! remember me, mam hantu!

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  8. I want some of the Poisoned Pulut!!! lol Is it some kind of bak chang? :D

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  9. Wahahhaha...i just cant stop laughing when reading this post.

    After eaten the poison, all hantus kua kuai edy..hahahah

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  10. Mummy Gwen

    Uiks...pandai you guess ah kekeke...yup it was that pulut

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  11. Manglish

    Fly back fast fast..going to make again some time tis week

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  12. Auntie Cleffairy

    No worry wor..The posion already added into the LS since know that the ang moh hantu loves LS

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  13. STP

    The hantus have formed a Balik Kampung Gang mah. Each time meet sure like balik Kampung one.

    This one is copied from the Ijok Beggar Rice Recipe. But not as good as their la

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  14. Eugene

    hahaha...trying a bit of "creative writing" after kena influenced by one of the hantus.

    Actually copied this Pulut Rice recipe from Ijok Beggar Rice. But taste not as good as theirs. Theirs have more ingredient.

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  15. Claire

    Wow..provided you have to register as a member of hantu association. hahaha..

    you want to be sent via poslaju, DHL, Citylink or what kekeke

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  16. Lindy

    Its more of Loh Mai Farn but my dumpling, I also put the similar ingredient. Very unconventional one :p

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  17. Mommy Ling

    Uiks? Never put Laughing Potion inside wor. How come cannot stop laughing geh? Aiks! jangan jangan salah recipe kot..haiz....

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  18. MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE14 June 2010 at 13:18

    COOK UP A STORM BY USING PARABLE / ANALOGY...

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  19. Aiya me no hantu not qualified? What about pontianak boleh kah haha. Wooooo what a hantu-ing experience.

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  20. Haha, why scared the hantu will get choke when meow plans to poison them anyway?

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  21. LOL! Cooking up a pulut story with a hantu theme. So funny lah u. The glutinous rice looks really good!

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  22. I thought was Dumpling Festival coming, how come sounds like the Ghost Festival instead lol. Hahahahah...interesting post leh SmallKucing. Your imagination is very 'fung fu' loh.

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  23. I want the pulut! Can give me some?? :P

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  24. i thought you're wrapping the "zhong"!. Now only i know you're cooking nasi pulut, this look good lei. Yummy!! I like this.

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  25. aiyo...me blur with the poisoned pulut...is it a translated dish name? hahaha....

    anyway, from the pics...i love this nasi pulut wor....bak chang rite...

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  26. MRC

    Trying out creative writing :p

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  27. Kelvin

    Choke sometimes cannot die wor

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  28. Bananaz.

    Sorry u kenot become Pontianak coz Pontianak dont have "banana" one. Maybe can be Count dracula?

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  29. Jenny

    LOL....trying a bit of creative writing mah :p

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  30. Chloe Mummy

    Influenced by one of the hantu for creative writing

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  31. eih, i thot Little Meow is preparing to make the dumplings for the coming Tuen Ng Festival.. but how come only Loh Mai Fun?? :D

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  32. Am I qualified as Hantu ka? Anyway, I need the poison. Almost died from all the heart attacks given by the not-so-little-one at home. Of course poison is for me la. Pengsan already no eye see.

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  33. Annie

    Zhong kau tim. This one was for the Hantu gathering kakaka..trying to make like the Ijok Beggar Rice.

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  34. Vialentino

    Nah..that's just wild imagination. It's similar to Bak Chang. this one no need to wrap lor. Was trying to copy the Ijok Beggar Rice recipe

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  35. SK

    Have done the dumplings last week. This one was trying to copy the Ijok Beggar Rice

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  36. Chee Yee

    Hope your big ones and little ones are alright now.

    When you want the poison pulut? kekeke

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  37. Wow!!! Long time I didn't eat this. And your version looks delicious wor :D

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  38. uLi

    This one copied cikit cikit from the Ijok Beggar Rice recipe lor :p

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  39. Hey, Mamarazzi is becoming a good storyteller already! Bravo! What an interestig way to narrate how you made the steamed pulut rice. :-)

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  40. hahah funny story...

    the poison looks yummy!

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