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Friday, 14 June 2013

Pisang Goreng Warisan Bonda, Kuala Trengganu

Keropok lekor oh keropok lekor...where can I find keropok lekor.

Yup...go back KT don't eat at least once k.lekor is like "incompleted"(as per my teacher's word)

 
Lazy to drive all the way to Losong and Kampung Tok Beng. So just go behind Ah Mah's house la. There is one stall selling all sorts of fried stuff named Pisang Goreng Warisan Bonda. If not mistaken, it's located at Jalan Engku Sar, opposite to some flats.



 Was wondering what is this?  Then the vendor said fried ikan pari(fried Stingray) . Don't buy but one of these days must buy some and try.

 One of Ah Mah's favourite ...Pisang Gored(Fried Banana). But nowadays she seldom take coz it's oily.

 Oh well...once in awhile okay la....Bought some Fried Bananas and some freshly fried Keropok Lekor. Papa bought two packets of fried noodles.


 RM2 of fried Banana. Hmmm at least better than at home. Here they slice one banana into half and fry. At home, they slice the Banana into 5 thin slices and then sell 5 slices for RM1. *horrified*.

For RM2, can't get this much a home. Here at least there are 5-6 pieces. Not sure coz Mamarazzi didn't ask.

 Yummy Fried keropok Lekor...RM3. so much!!!


 As for the noodles...hmmm....normal la.

Came home and Yee Poh came and gave me two BIG mangoes and some dried Keropok. Yums....am soooo lucky....next stop.....oh welll...have to wait for next week.

Happy weekend to everyone!

83 comments:

  1. Your Mamarazzi eats so much and stays so slim till now. I told you that I suspected she always Korek her throat after meals. So geli la! Phiak this pussy!

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  2. The fried Keropok lek or is damn cheap for RM3. So much la!

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  3. I had never heard of fried ikan pari. I believe it should be nice! I am sure Mama Kucing will eat the stingray clean if she bought them. Cats loves ikan pari.

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    1. mamarazzi loves all kinds of fish, and in any form.. see, isn't keropok lekor also made from fish?? hmmm.. maybe it's because she eats so many fish that she can still stay slim~~ anay should eat more fish!!

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    2. Me too never heard of fried pari. Wanted to try but then bought so much already . hence maybe nex time la.

      ya...keropok lekor is from fish but i like the fried ones not boiled one

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  4. Fried stingray? Normally it was grill... unique.

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    1. ya...tu la special Tak pernah nampak

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  5. Download Backstreet Boys' song - Incomplete...burn on cd and give to your teacher....

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    1. Not a fan of those fried stuff. Ikan pari? The ikan bakar ones in Penang soooooo nice! Not the ones here - maybe not fresh, smell of kencing... Don't like. My landlady in Kuching in the 70's used to cook curry with it - very nice too. It was very cheap then.

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    2. Hmmmm.....but dont this teacher can hear it as incompete or incompleted or not leh... :p

      Tea time mah....once in awhile ok mah...

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  6. All fried fried... never mind..after eating, drinking oats to take away the oil-ly-ness....

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    1. You do that too? Oats can take away the oily-ness

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    2. Oat.....errr....no thank you :p

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  7. Fried Stingray, first time for me.

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    1. Stingray bakar nicer ler....

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    2. have you tasted fried stingray? i have not. Maybe after having the fried ones and the grilled one baru can decide which one better LOL

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  8. Goreng pisang from Kedah, Kuantan, Te'ganu... all very cheap huh? Nice and crispy.

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    1. cant say about Kedah and Kuantan but trengganu okay la. certain place cheap and certain place slaughter people la

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  9. Nothing can beat the best than keropok lekor. Aunty Angeline here also likes to eat keropok lekor...

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    1. I was at Kuantan once, asking my colleague where got sell keropok lekor and nasi kerabu!

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    2. everywhere also have keropok lekor. Just need to know where it's nice . Must ask locals then baru know. otherswise some keropok lekor will makes your tongue itchy coz fish not fresh

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  10. It'll probably be another 20 years before I ever have to go to KT. But I'm intrigued by the deep fried pari. Mmm...

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    1. LOL...by then everything would have changed. The place is hanging day by day even now.

      me too...maybe next time go back then can try the pari .

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  11. hahaha, keropok lekor is mamarazzi's favorite huh?? but Uncle SK prefers the thin crispy type than this fat chewy type.. but this much at RM3 is actually cheap huh, i think in KL only 2-3 pieces for RM1?? i dunno, never buy that, but nipis one are 5 for RM1 i remember..

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    1. sometimes crazy about it sometimes not la...very cheap lor...

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  12. oh, i remember KT is also famous for the fish crackers!! comes in packets of RM2 each, ready to eat, not those uneven shaped and crispy ones we have here, but those KT keropok ikan are round and slightly bigger than 50 sen size, a bit hard but crunchy.. love those~~

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    1. yup...keropok sira ...a bit spicy ones and sweet too right? sisnt know yoyu like...next time get you some

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  13. now everything also expensive lah, but rarely buy all those goreng things already lah, oily and not that healthy.. is it?? they slice one banana into 5?? horror!! and that day i went to Brickfields, and was so shocked that the fried "nin ko" and fried banana are sold at RM1.20 a piece!! fuyoh, mak oi, so expensive lah~~

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    1. now you baru tau ah....Barang Naik Harga long time lor

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  14. hehehehehe!! mamarazzi got TWO mangoes, one big and one small woh.. big one for paparazzi to taste, and small one for small kucing to taste~~ one person one no need to fight.. kekekeke :D

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  15. Terengganu is famous for all this Malay's snacks right?

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    1. And the amount is so big! Despite it's only RM 2!

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    2. not really malay snacks la...more like everything or.,.... cheap also at certain places

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  16. Yum! I remember ordering goreng pisang at Madam Kwan's. Crazy idea, I know but they turned out pretty good because the bananas were ripe ones.

    Nice mangoes.

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    1. Madam Kwan??/ must be pricey...but nice okay lor

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  17. Goreng! Jangan tak goreng..ahhaha

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  18. Got a friend in Penang making ton$ of money selling goreng pisang and know of another man being frying pisang for donkey years still earning a meagre living in our small ulu town. Guess the purchasing power of bigger cities is greater so are the prices compared to small kampungs.

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    1. City they sell rm1.20 a pisang people also will buy...but if kampung they will ask you ji gei sik la.

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  19. Just imagine in our kampung you can bring your own duck egg to add-on to the fried keow teow. If the towkay allows the public to bring their own keow teow think people would go for it haha.

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    1. err.....KL certain place can bring own duck eggs for CKT .

      LOL...wei only you can think of bringing own keoy teow ler

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  20. fried stingray? haha never tried that before
    actually any other stingray dish!
    ahaha i seldom see such fish (if it was)
    here

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    1. i have never had fried stinray too

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  21. but i must say that fried stingray sure looks
    crispy and yummy, i actually first though it was
    chicken hahaha

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    1. LOL...Mamarazzi was wondering what was that

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  22. as for the mangoes it sure was big
    tho i like it more ripped i would love
    to that

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    1. It was actually ripe thought its green

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  23. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take the best of care and god bless you

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  24. My Hubs has tried a lot of different things but I don't think he has ever tried stingray. Isn't it a stingray that killed Steve Irwin when he was floating over it in the water during a TV show?

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    1. yup...but these are tiny stingray...

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  25. The weather is too hot for deep fried food, take care of your family's health :P

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    1. nah...as long as drink plenty of water should be ok :)

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  26. So long did not take fried banana liao, scare to buy from outside fried stuffs ..

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    1. hahaha...must fry at home...if have sweet potatoes also nice...yummy

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  27. Uiks... macam short saja ini post? ;)

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    1. too long winded manyak susah for readers to comment

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  28. Incompleted?

    Many your teacher grad from, Small Kucing? :P

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  29. All these are my fave hehe but unhealthy though. I must eat keropok lemon with cili.

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  30. Apa ni...darn autocorrect. I mean *lekor*

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  31. Been very long I never had pisang goreng. That was since the papers announced some time ago, some hawkers put straws to fried it in order to make it crispy. LOL

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    1. no la....dont think every vendors does that. maybe one only then give whole industry bad name

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  32. I remember eating goreng pisang with soy sauce and chilli sauce (!!!) in JB. They said it's very common to do that there.

    Some people do it in Sarawak as well but it sure is an acquired taste.

    I do like the KT style keropok lekor though! :)

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    1. yup...but Mamarazzi biasa eat without the cili sos.

      In KT too they have it with cili sos

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  33. I prefer the mangoes than the fried stringray. Good finally you managed to buy keropok lekor.

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    1. hahaha ya lor...finanaly managed to eat

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  34. Quite sometimes didn't have fried banana, I fond to have sore throat after eating fried food *sigh*

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    1. hahaha ya lor...sometimes will get sore throat if eat too much. but if eat a bit okay la...drink a lot of water lor

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  35. so much food, I just hungry :D
    hehe.. come join my giveaway in www.whateverygalwant.info

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  36. All these are my favorite food!!! Long time didn't have it!!! =]

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