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Thursday, 20 June 2013

The Journey Was Full of Stops

We start out from Ah Mah's house quite late. About 11am. Wanna meet up with Isaac. Looking forward to play with him

Mamarazzi was looking for Paung. Long time have not had Paung.Hmmm.....no sight of any paung ...maybe coz it was weekend. Over there weekend, many shops not open, unlike in KL.

Anyway...when we arrived Merchang saw some stall selling Paung.

 
 Simply tembak and stopped at this shop


It was fresh out from the oven. The lady was taking them out from the container.




 Mmm...nice aroma of freshly baked buns. Tastewise okay la. Can't compared to the ones we bought from Kampung Cina , K.Trengganu but of course we were used to those.

 
Papa wanted "Air Jagung" (Corn juice) Mamarazzi say they have Coconut jelly so she bought it for me too.

 Guess what! She found these. Last round Mommy Yen gave me some before . 


 can I have them now? I love Banana Crackers.

 Stopped at the Lemang stall that we usually goes to in Kijal. Stall numbered 8B from KT going towards KL side of the road..

 Bought four lemang for RM10.(RM2.50 each). There were 3 type, small, medium and large. Mamarazzi opt for small size coz it taste more "lemak".

Opsie...this round didn;t have empty container so asked the lady to packet in styrofoam boxes.

Fruits season. Can see all sorts of pickles being sold here. Yup...better pickle them rather than leave the fruits to rot.


 Slurrrppppppp...coconut Jelly....what's selling at the side of the road....?

 Crest nuts...yums....Mamarazzi got down to get some but price was not right...RM13 for half kg....yikes...

 Hmm......hungry leh....eat lemang la....next stop...somewhere "spicy".


65 comments:

  1. Adoi!!! So expensive the chestnuts!!! That one Foochow kah...the roti paun shop? Paung!!!! Foochows add -ng to the words a lot...

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    1. mahal oh ....the roti shop malay la...

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  2. Roti fresh from the oven are surely nice.. eat while they have the aroma.... Crest nuts or chestnuts? My girl loves those.. we normally buy from Jaya Jusco food court.. RM12 for 270gm only.. !

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  3. Morning Mamarazzi...

    Paung? Interesting name. What about the taste? ok?

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  4. I like Terengganu's banana keropok. One of my colleague will bring back for us.

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    1. hahaha thoink Banana keropok everywhere also have. Yup sedap hor

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  5. Air Jagung - yumz...
    Lemang - RM2.50 each, for me is cheap.

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    1. super cheap lor the lemang and very lemak too

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  6. Aiks... I saw small kucing eating McD eh?

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    1. ya lor hungry leh...eating all the way

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  7. Never heard of Paung before... It's some kind of buns is it?

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    1. Corn juice looks interesting to me too!
      But sure got added sugar inside right? But corn hard to digest leh...

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    2. Roti paung is roti paun, in terengganu accent. ;-)

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    3. yeah got add sugar in the drink.

      LOL...me also duno it's trengganu accent :p

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  8. roti paung?? aiyoh, this is something so new to Uncle SK lah.. never heard that before at all.. i was scrutinizing photo #2 and #3 and wonder why they are the same thing.. after quite some time, the sotong Uncle SK realized photo #2 is the bottom and photo #3 is the top.. awwww, the top looks like a flower, so beautiful..

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    1. like our mini roti here la but taste a bit different

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  9. so what flavor did mamarazzi bought?? i am curious also lah, since it has like 15 mini buns stuck together to form one roti paung.. are all of them with the same filling?? or it's a mixture of fillings?? that would be nice if different, you pick one and see you luck of what kind of filling you get~~ like Forrest Gump :p

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    1. bought the planta, the coconut and one mixed

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  10. corn juice??!! errr, are those really freshly squeezed corn juice?? but the color looks like it is made from concentrate, like those we can find from the roadside hawkers.. at first Uncle SK thought it's mango juice lah.. but that coconut jelly does look nice, hot weather, sure very refreshing right?? wait, i think Uncle SK hasn't tried coconut jelly before eih~~ ulu!!

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    1. not sure how they made it but it was a bit pekat

      coconut jelly very sedap leh

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    2. that area whole road also selling jagung. Maybe those that leftover they make into this corn juice kot. duno how they make

      coconut jelly very sedap la. must try

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  11. Roti Paung looks delicious la!! Too bad can't find in Klang Valley :(

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    1. okay okay next time "import" for you :p

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  12. aisheh!! this mamarazzi really lemang expert lah, she remembers the stall number from which we should get the best lemang along the highway!! oooh, only bought lemang?? what about the curry and serunding?? ahh, i remember you got some serunding from Azura right?? perfect match!! :)

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    1. coz we biasa go to this stall . Aunty CC told us that tour bus will bring guests from awana kijal to buy from this stall.

      Yeah be bought from other stalls before and the taste not as good as this one. Maybe we biasa with the lemang taste of this stall la

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  13. fruits season ah?? interesting to see all sorts of pickled fruits there, so colorful and surely very appetizing!! errr, you bought some pickled salak for Mak Rempinator?? hehehe~~ fuyoh, actually looking at those pickled fruits, i am drooling already imagining the sour sweet taste in my mouth!! hahahaha~~ :D

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    1. Uiks...u suka pickled fruits meh? I thought guys usuall shunn these

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  14. The corn juice directly drink or need to mix with water like cordial drink? It looks extremely thick!

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    1. yes it was thick...no need to mix . just drink as it is

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  15. The bottle of corn juice looks interesting. Chestnuts are never cheap. I like the smell of coffee beans when they're being roasted.

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    1. me too love the taste of the roasted chestnut.

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  16. Auntie Lina drooling over all the balang jeruk.

    Her stock all sudah habis liao. ;p

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  17. I like paung - but not enough that I could eat a whole thing by myself, but maybe beberapa biji saja haha...

    What I liked was that instead of roti kahwin and coffee breakfast set, in KT Chinatown there was a roti paung option and butter the little things seperately with the kopi. Mmm.

    I miss bepang too, but I might have to look into making some myself, bwahaha...

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  18. well that paung seems like our ensaymada!
    but you have to out margarine cheese and sugar
    on top haha

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    1. ooo this one the margarine is inside

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  19. hmm that corn juice was kinda interesting!
    i bet it was sweet and yummy!
    but the coconut jelly was another thing too

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  20. i also like banana cracker,
    hmm anyway are those sugar canes?

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

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  22. I have never heard of or tried corn juice. I have a juicer and am going to try juicing corn on the cob the next time we buy it.

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  23. Wah, the chestnuts are so expensive. I like to eat them but no longer do so since they are so expensive. Never heard of paung before. Looks like normal buns. Do they taste the same? This trip really filled with food! Yummy! Yummy!

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    1. they looks like normal bun ...taste a bit differnt la the texture

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  24. I see lots of traditional goodies, the typical type of Malaysia. Intrigued at the lemang, simply fresh from the spot.

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  25. Eat along the way... what an enjoyable moment :)

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  26. Can I said the buns look so cute to me lol???!!! =]

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  27. Errrr...... what's lemang? Looks like some bamboo stuff....

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    1. lemang is glutinous rice cooked with coconut milk inside a bamboo .

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  28. Looks like a super fun trip filled with tons of yummy treats!

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