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Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Kuih-Muih Hunting at Pasar Payang, Kuala Trengganu.


 
Papa missed Kuih Bom and that morning we went hunting in Pasar Payang. Grandaunt recommend we go to this Gerai Kuih Pok Him. He have a very large variety of kuih-muih at his stall.

Sooooo many kuih....which one to choose? Love the price being display up there 

Going to Pasar Payang, sure have to buy these triangle "ketupat" too. Basically it's glutinous rice wrapped in Daun palas(palm leaves). Papa loves them...especially the deep fried ones.


There are load of stuffs being sold in Pasar Payang.


Next stop was hunting for pickled fruits. Mamarazzi likes to buy from a stall outside the pasar as it have a bigger variety and price much cheaper too.

Duku season was on at that time. Very cheap. Roughly RM1/RM2 a kilo.


Spotted...this Roti Jala Emas. According to the lady, she uses duck eggs to make this. 


Taste? hmmm.....dunno leh..have to ask Papa. 

End of the trip.......bought a jar of Pickled Buah Salak, Pickled Petai and Salted Duck Eggs. 


But....not before detouring to Losong to grab some Keropok Lekor to bring home. 

Hey! Now the Gerai Warisan Losong 14 have vacumm packed Keropok lekor leh. ! Price still the same Big ones RM1 a piece while small ones are RM1 for 5pieces.

Pasar Payang were selling RM1.20 a piece for the big ones. But the size are slightly bigger than the ones at Warisan Losong 14 lah. 

As for taste....both also have lotsa fish. Mamarazzi likes the one from Warisan Losong  14 while Papa likes the ones from the Pasar Payang. 

As for me.....no say lo...drink cold orange juice from my new tumbler. Got it from Auntie CC who bought it for me during the Kuantan Big Bad Wolf Books Sales.

By the way....the main Big Bad Wolf Books Sale will be from 5th-16 December 2014 at MIECC, Seri Kembangan. It will be 278 hours non-stop sale! For more information check out their Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/bbwbooks?ref=ts&fref=ts. Mamatazzi is trying to win us some Preview Passes there. Hopefully can get la this year.....You can too coz now, on and off they are giving out Preview Passes in FB. Good Luck! and wish us luck too.

41 comments:

  1. How does kuih bom look like? Yeap. Think of Terengganu, I think of kerepok lekor.

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    1. It's round ....with a lot of sesame seed on top of it. Fried

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  2. I love going to Pasar Payang. I don't mind spending the whole day there. So many things to see. Wah, I like pickled fruits. I must look for that next time.

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    1. yes...look at the out side there not inside the pasar for the pickled coz more expensive . Pasar was like RM12-RM15 a jar...outside less than RM10

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  3. Auntie Lina loves ketupat palas but that one sure banyak kalori lah! Hahaha

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    1. Omm...after makan then lari...no more kalori lor

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  4. Wah! Aunty Yvonne loves assorted kuih, regardless Nyonya or Chinese or Malay or Indian kuih.... 1Malaysia mah.

    But what attracted me the most in the pictures above, is the keropok lekor! Yay~

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  5. So many choice of kuih amd pickles. This is heaven. ahaha.
    Yeah, I can't wait for the BBW too. But only can geram-geram from afar. lol!

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  6. Wahhhhhh!!!! So many to choose from!!! I see also pening. Wish I could go one day - want to try alllllll!!!!!

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    1. everythoing also want right? have to stay at least a week then

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  7. Wow, so many variety to choose from...

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    1. ya wor...so many...dont know which one to choose...but Papa want kuih bom la That is the main one

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  8. Wah I'd have gone crazy at the kuih stall! I get that triangle ketupat (palas, I think it's called) from Aeon sometimes for my mum. 3 for RM5 if not mistaken.

    Still thinking whether to go to BBW sale!

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    1. pengsan....over there 50sen satu biji already kira pricey leh...this one RM5 for 3?? But that 50sens each punya size is bigger la.

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    2. Yeah always thought it was expensive for 3 small 'kosong' kuih. But it's the only place I regularly see ketupat palas.

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  9. OMG!!! so many things to eat and if possible, I want to sample a little bit of each.

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    1. i think you will go nuts there when you see all the kuih muih

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  10. wow so many types of kuih! imagine you try one piece for each type of kuih...

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    1. wish too but am not really into kuih but papa loves

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  11. Hmmm Salted duck eggs. Never tried them. I wonder if they taste something like the pickled eggs we make.

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    1. taste salty and when boiled will be like salted hardboiled eggs

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  12. So many kuih! I don't wanna go there.. I don't wanna go there.. I will not go there....

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  13. so much of kuihs....and i like duku alot!!!
    As for the Big Bad Wolf Books Sale, is end of this year 2014 rite?

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    1. yes.. BBWS is from 5th to 16 December

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  14. Love your blog and how it gives insider views on a culture I'm not familiar with.

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  15. I can imagine your Borong! So much to choose from.. buy a bit of this and that also a lot liow...

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    1. bit of everything...but tarak la...papa just bought the ones that he likes

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  16. What an interesting market outing to see new things! So educational and fattening if I went there. Wakakaka

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    1. Muhahaha sure or not> all those walking will work off all the calories la

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  17. What is Kuih Bom? I didn't see any photo. I guess Papa Kaldip ate so fast until camera could not even snap it.

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    1. Piak Mamarazzi head....next time must make sure snap photo of Kuih bom.

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  18. This Triangle Ketupat is very popular in Thailand and I have forgotten about it until I see it today. Sweet memories.

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    1. okay...next time borong some for you to refresh your memories :)

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  19. I am a great fan of Roti Jala and I am so attracted to their style using Duck's Eggs! So yellow and strong fragrant??? Mmmmnnn... Anay likes duck eggs.

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    1. ya wor....new thingy....taste okay gua coz no see Papa complaining

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  20. I would like to eat the roti jala. Thank you for sharing the info on the book sale.

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