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Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Dinner and Kaboom Mystery Revealed

It seems like a blink of an eye and it's time to hunt for food at Bazaar Ramadan pulak. Mamarazzi asked if I wanna follow. I told her no coz I wanna play with Jie Jie Lin.

Anyway, they went to the Bazaar Ramadan Shahbandar again. Bought the Ikan Bakar again.

 This round they found the Nasi Minyak John. Fuiyo...long queue.

While queueing up, Mamarazzi spotted this Rojak Ayam. Thinking of buying but did not as there would be too much food on the table.

 As they were leaving, Mamarazi spotted Warong Katana also have a stall at the Bazaar.


Fuiyoh! Their prepacked rice looks so yummy! A Packet of white rice with one fried egg and Fried Squid cost  just RM4!!!. That is pretty cheap in Mamarazzi eyes as the portion of "Sotong" was quite big.

Mamarazzi was drooling at the "sotong" but too bad, she had already "tapau-ed" Nasi Minyak John.


They also have Fish. Ikan Masak Tiga Rasa. Don't know how it taste like but looks good. Next time go back K.T must go to that stall to try out this ikan

As Mamarazzi was drooling at the fried sotong, Papa asked them if they would sell just the Fried Sotong without Rice.

The man said yes, but will be according to weight. 

Yummm....Sotong goreng. Was a bit soggy when arrived at Ah Mah's house due to put into plastic bag while it was still hot but still taste quite good to Mamarazzi.


Yummy Ikan Bakar again.

Beef to go with the Basi Minyak and again it's too much oil but the redeeming quality is that the beef was tender.


Nasi Minyak. Unfortunately, this round the rice was a tad soggy for Mamarazzi's taste. Previously bought from this stall the rice was okay. Guess, the chef "opps" on this day.


But don't care la. Have to eat fast fast coz Papa said wanna bring me outside the house to see the KABOOM .

However, by the time I finished eating Papa had turned into a Phyton and asked Mamarazzi to bring me outside to watch instead.

Where? where? where is the KABOOM?

Bluff me ka?

KABOOM!!! Alamak....Mamarazzi's hand was too slow....did not managed to catch the fireworks. Only caught the leftover "kentut".




Well, if you really wanna see the beautiful firework, here is a video that Mamarazzi managed to capture using her "lauyar" phone two years ago.

The KABOOM is to signal it's time for prayer and time to"berbuka Puasa"(where the muslim can start to eat after fasting whole day during the Ramadan month).

There are KABOOM sound during dawn too. Three times. To signify time to start fasting. But Mamarazzi is not sure whether there are fireworks or not as it's too early to go out of the house and see.


78 comments:

  1. That goreng sotong is definitely scrumptious. I would love it.

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  2. The Ramadhan food is making me fatter now. All the gorengs and bakars plus kuehs are so tempting la. I can understand why you bought so many things.

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    1. TM

      once a year wor....asome more so far away leh

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  3. I didn't know KABOOM to watch! Next time ask me to go too.... kaboom!

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  4. I had never seen the Nasi Minyak before! Maybe I saw other colours. Must it be reddish like that?

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    1. TM

      duno...nasi minyak over there is reddish

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  5. My Letchumi told me she can treat ADD/ADHD kids as she was trained on this issue before. When I meet you at the BOOM BOOM night at KLCC, you and her boleh cakap & bincang lo.

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    1. TM

      thanks. The friend with the kid also going. Maybe if got luck can bump into you la

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  6. Small Kucing...I think to see 'papa turn into phyton' is much more interesting than watching the kaboom?!...on the other hand, I like your posted photos best...you're so expressive in your ways and so CUTE!

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    1. Simple Living

      LOL.....everyday also can see Papa turn into phyton leh

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  7. Hi SK, wow! Love the dishes! I sure will love trying out the various dishes. Love sotong sambal too.
    And rgt 4? Thats our Cdn $1.25 cents. Holy Smoke!
    Love the pics.
    Lee.

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    1. Yiup....no typo..that was the price, Lee

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  8. Very interesting, the Kaboom!!! Everything looks soooo good - next time you wanna go back KT, let me know...I wanna follow. Don;t think I want the pink rice though...no, thank you.

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    1. STP

      there are many other things there but Mamarazzi didnt buy la

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  9. im curious about that pink rice

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    1. MEcoy

      taste like normal rice but the put some colouring and some spices in

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  10. and the squid its been ages since the last time i ate those

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  11. wasn't too early for firworks the sky were still bright

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    1. MEcoy

      that fireworks is to signify u's time for prayer and breaking of fast. It's on a preset time regardless the sky is dark enough or not

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  12. haha i remember watching this fireworks display on a mall at firts its cool coz were very close to it but when the smoke went on our direction it sucks

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    1. MEcoy

      almost everyone love frireworkd coz they are so pretty

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  14. happy bloggin and have a great day

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  15. hahahaha, dinner from the pasar ramadhan again?? i guess there must be too many things to try there huh??

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    1. SK

      once a year wor...must eat kao kao lo

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  16. yalor, the rice so nicely packed.. somemore all neatly arranged there, look at the colors, they are really attractive..

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    1. SK

      I like the look of the Katana warong the best coz no flies and arranged neatly

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  17. i think food in pasar ramadhan are generally not expensive at all, i heard it's a month of giving so they don't really want to be calculative..

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    1. SK

      sure or not? It depends on stalls leh. Some can cekik darah one

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  18. actually going to all these pasar ramadhan is a lot more worth than going to hotels for ramadhan buffet right?? probably you just spent like 10% of the money there compare to hotels.. :D

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    1. Ya i agree on this. Buffet cant eat that much pun. STomach wont allow

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  19. wah, so nice lah, got fireworks one!! this is surely not something common in KL hor??

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  20. The fried sotong really looks yummy. The Ramadhan bazaar near my house has less than 10 stalls...mmm come to think of it it's not a bazaar lah...haha.

    Oh, got kaboom there...I didn't know the meaning behind it.

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  21. Always enjoy walking with Mamarazzi to see the good food. We like seeing your grow, young man. Thank you for teaching us about the kaboom!

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    1. Cloudia

      come over to Msia and have a try of our food here :)

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  22. Papa and mamarazzi sure know how to find the best food in Pasar Ramadhan!

    Look at the fried squid, wah~ I don't care about my cholesterol level; eat first, decide later! Kakaka

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  23. Sometimes I'm very teruk one, go to pasar ramadhan, look around and return empty handed.

    Why? Because there's so much to get and I can't eat all, thus come out blur blur, undecided.

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    1. Yvonne

      ya wor...sometimes is like that unless you already have something in mind that you wanna eat. Else will come back empty handed coz far tho ngan luen

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  24. KABOOM is the firecracker to indicate sahur and iftar? Normally we'll hear siren only, right?

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    1. Got siren ah?

      Never hear them except when I studied in one army camp last time. ;p

      The gendang I hear a lot, when in kampung..

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  25. The sotong goreng makes me hungry, lol

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  26. I lupa about the "kaboom" thing.

    Last time, when I studies in Kerteh, they "kaboom" also to signify buka puasa time. ;p

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    1. Lina

      Oo really ah? do they have fireworks too?

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  27. The nasi minyak so PINK!

    New style kah? I thought nasi minyak brown brown like that? ;p

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    1. Here the nasi minyak is pink, Lina.

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  28. Must cook nasi minyak soon. And beef curry, Terengganu style. Cannot tahan.

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    1. Phong Hong

      yummm...must put a lot of rempah

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  29. this is the first time I heard that Kaboom is the sign for buka puasa...
    sounds interesting..

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    1. SP

      each state have different practice lo

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  30. sotong also need to weight?
    I thought crabs only....

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    1. SP

      There the sotong very big la. Have to weight like the fish lo

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    1. SP

      Rojak ayam is like our KL Indian rojak and they add fried chicken

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  32. I love any kind of Malay food but the bazaar is out because I cannot tahan the crowded and difficult to find parking situation.

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  33. oh like that one? Fireworks to signal... over here no Kaboommmm ...

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    1. Claire

      different state different practice lo. Just the other day someone saying her place they put siren sound

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  34. Ah you made me miss bazar ramadhan ! :D one whole year didnt drop by so many malay stalls d

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  35. I love how those baazar prepare the nasi ayam! make it so tempting eh!

    long time ago I eat Nasi ayam that prepared by Malays, it is surprisingly addictive and tasty! ehehe

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    1. Kian Fai

      Yes, it;s very addictive. Their cili also out of this world

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  36. Rojak Ayam!!! sounds like a must try hahaha

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    1. Kian Fai

      have tried befoe. Taste good

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  37. In my place only siren, no fireworks or kaboom. It must be amazing to get to see fireworks everynight. I love fried sotong too...Miss them.

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    1. Andrew

      guess different state different practice

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    1. Choi Yen

      No ...normal white rice but with color and some rempah

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