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Monday, 17 June 2013

The Search For Keropok Lekor Continues - Warisan Losong 14 & Keropok Lekor Adik-Beradik, Kuala Trengganu

The hunt for keropok lekor continues. When Mamarazzi posted up the long queue at Keropok lekor BTB, one of her schoolmates suggested to go get it from "Warisan Losong 14" .

That was where we went.

 Visitors can see how they make the Keropok Lekor. The minced fish meat added with some flour will be rolled into long  cylinder shape. Then it would be pour into hot boiling water. Once the Keropok lekor is fully cooked, it would "float" to the surface and the staffs would take them out from the boiling water.

You can order how many piece you want and the staff would pack for you. Big ones is RM1/piece while small ones are RM1 for 5.

 

Some people want to eat it there and then. Can opt for "rebus"(Boiled) or "goreng"(fried). These are the fried ones.

Mamarazzi bought two packets of the big ones to try out.



Oh well... since we were at Losong, might as well buy from from the usual Keropok Lekor Adik-Beradik stall.

Too bad that day the big ones were all sold out. Left only the small ones. Bought two packets.



 Jeng! Jengs! .....the left are the big ones while the right are the smaller ones. 

Papa likes to take it boiled but Mamarazzi preferred fried. Of the two type, Papa likes the bigger ones better as it has more fish.

Yup...more fish is consider better here. Some stall when they don't have enough fish, they would add more flour. Yea...those keropok lekor would "puff" up very big but also kinda dangerous as they might "explode" when you fry them. oil would splash. ouch...painful leh if got splashed by the hot oil.

Ah Mah took some and fried. I can say that the ones Ah Mah fried taste nicer than those fried at the stall. They are more crunchy. Yumz.....

71 comments:

  1. My favorite Keropok Lekor... Yummy~
    I felt hungry again.

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  2. I definitely loved them fried and dipped with hot spicy chilly! Shiok! Umph!

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  3. I didn't know got boiled versions and it sounds slimy & geli to me like eating a long fish ball.

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    1. Is like that one.... not many will like the strong fishy smell fron the boiled one.

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  4. I am actually curious if this lekor was available since a 100 years ago or it is a new food invented not too long ago?? When I was younger, I had never seen them!

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    1. entah la....that time I wasn;t born yet :p

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    1. can can but you have to come and pick up wor

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  6. Btw, I will be at Kuantan next month..hope to get nice keropok from there...

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    1. errr...not sure where to get nice Keropok lekor in Kuantan...

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  7. I like to eat those thin layered n crunchy. Those thick one oso nice. Good for mouth exercise. Rebus one must dip wif sauce only sedap. But must get the fresh one better

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    1. Most people this side will like thin but over there thin is consider tarak syok.

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  8. You like keropok lekor so much kah? Sibu also got...very nice one!!! Next time you come, I buy for you...

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    1. yup...got nice ones in Sibu ah? yipee

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  9. Auntie oso prefer the fried ones. kinda turned off with the boiled ones.

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    1. yeah originate from boiled ones then people fry them

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  11. Yes, fried ones are definitely nicer.. no fishy smell so much as the steamed...

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  12. wow that's interesting, at first i thought
    it was a dessert but then it was a dish!

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  13. it seems pretty simple yet I think
    it was yummy, i guess it would be better with
    as special dip o something

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  14. I would also want it fried
    than boiled haha

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    1. yeah but fried is sooooo unhealthy :p

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

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  16. I never have steam keropok lekor, I think it will taste more fishy, does it?

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    1. yea more fishy smell as compared to fried

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  17. Hey, hey Mamarazzi....
    U've been in Terengganu??
    Keropok lekor is one thing you can't miss when u are here!
    I am a Terengganu guy after all..haha=)

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  18. I like fried one and better fry it at home, safer !

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  19. You makes me wanna eat keropok now..

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  20. Although the boiled would probably be healthier.... I bet I would like the fried the best.

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    1. The more sinful the food is the better ya

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  21. Aiyo, you make me craving for kepok lekor with the sweet lada.

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  22. I also prefer fried keropok lekor. Dip with its chilli sauce.

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  23. The fried ones are those I prefer too. Its nice to see how they make the keropok.

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  24. Have not tried these keropok before. I wonder if they are sold in Singapore.

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  25. I like the fried ones but I do not know how the boiled ones taste like.

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    1. boiled ones are a bit like fish cake but not bouncy

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  26. Yum, used to be my favourite snack!

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  27. Long time I did not eat keropok lekor. The last time I ate was those very hard prepacked keropok lekor sold in petrol station convenient store, hahahaha!

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    1. Ya, at the shell convenience shop. Very hard ready to eat prepacked keropok lekor. I eat until my mouth inside all got tiny cuts due to hard, hard keropok.

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  28. wow, hunting up and down for keropok lekor in KT huh?? when it comes to makan, sure mamarazzi will be very enthusiastic and never fail to satisfy herself~~ :D

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  29. wah, so many types of keropok lekor one ah?? got big got small got boiled got fried!! Uncle SK so ulu didn't know all about this.. he only know those fried ones, thick or thin~~ :p

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    1. yuo over there they have big and small boiled or fried

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  30. i really wonder how it tastes like for those boiled ones?? i personally don't really fancy those thick ones, i prefer those thinly sliced and crispy ones only.. but i think if there is more fish than flour, should be nicer.. probably those we get it in KL has more flour and only little fish..

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    1. over KL mostly doesnt like the thick ones.

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  31. hahaha, really?? those that Ah Mah fried were a lot nicer than those sold outside?? hmmm, not impossible lah, i think most probably it's because of the oil they use lah.. at home the oil sure better quality and never recycle one mah.. outside, sure cheapo ones and dunno how many rounds fried lor, the oil also almost black in color~~ :D

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  32. I love keropok!!! I used to have after my secondary school last time!!! =]

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  33. Although it is very fattening, but it's really hard to resist them. They are so delicious especially when hot.

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    1. Fattening? nah...not that fattening la

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  34. It's a love-hate relationship for me as whilst i love the taste when dunked into sweet chilli sauce, the smell often turns me off too. I wonder why some smell much worse than others?!
    +Ant+

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    1. If its has strong smell means its not fresh . Usually doesn't have strong smell

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