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Friday, 24 October 2014

Roasted Buah Peruh.

Still remember Mamarazzi blogged about buah peruh earlier? 

The ones we bougt was "rebus"(boiled) ones. Mamarazzi saw in Pasar Payang selling some raw ones ...hmm....since the Buah Peruh tasted nice....why not buy some and bring home leh.... So she bought half kg la...RM8/kg. 

Come home already...lazy to boil pulak coz the lady said need to boil at least 2hours for it to be soft. 

Pakai hentam....throw into oven. Maybe can roast la. 


At first she thought if throw into oven...put some salt on top of the Buah Peuh...when heated the shells would pop and the salt will drop in....

Hmmm....unfortunately thought the shell not that hard but still it did not pop ... Oh well ...how long did she roast them ya.....errr.....Roasted till got "hangus" (burnt) smell lo. Coz search in the internet, no guide noted on how long should she roast them. 



Peeled the shell...ah....lucky...tarak hangus. Mamarazzi said taste like almond wor.... Nice.... Hmm...next time can balik kampung and borong more to make roasted Buah Peruh. Much cheaper than those roasted nuts out there leh.


50 comments:

  1. What are they? Some kind of nuts or hard fruit? They are big! Do you eat them with a meal or for dessert?

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    1. It's a kind of nuts. Something like almond .

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  2. Interesting.. Yes I remember about the buah peruh.. Oohh taste like almond ahh.. From the picture macam taste like chestnut.. Peel all and store in container.. Then ngap one piece in, ngap one piece out, sure addicted !

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    1. like kacang putih loh when eat in front of tv :)

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  3. interesting... I like reading that.... a trusty old car is always good.. I prefer a trusty old car to a new car... huhuhu

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  4. My missus bought some once to try. I hear they have to be boiled for a long long long time, contain some toxins or poisons or whatever. Didn't really like them so in the end, threw away most of what she bought.

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  5. yeah, Uncle SK remembers the buah peruh Mamarazzi blogged about.. that one that taste like chestnut right?? thought Mamarazzi didn't borong, but but but, if nice things not borong then that's not Mamarazzi huh?? hahaha~~

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  6. yeah, great idea and very creative (daring also) of Mamarazzi to think of having the buah peruh roasted indeed!! if Uncle SK sure just listen to the one selling and boil it for 2 hours, aiyoh.. actually second thought, boil for 2 hours leh, quite a waste of the gas hor?? hahaha~~ :)

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    1. ya lor...mamarazzi lazy to "watch" the fire leh

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  7. Taste like almonds? Hmm. Our local almond like that.

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    1. hahaha ya...can try making more of these

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  8. that was really experimental.. and luckily everything went well.. but too bad Mamarazzi didn't note down the temperature and the time, else next time she can make a perfect roast again.. so it taste like almond being roasted and chestnuts being boiled?? interesting buah!!! Uncle SK likes~~ :)

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    1. got but but....like 15 mins xxx temp...then 5 min xxx temp ....so dunno how to write lo

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  9. Never heard of these till now.. good to test them out.. next time boiled them and see.. then compare which taste better..

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  10. next time i shall try the roasted one !!

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  11. Good morning
    Are these speciality only available in Terengganu? Happy Weekend

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  12. So which one taste nicer, boiled or roasted?

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  13. Maybe pressure cook and then roast? Lot of work though.

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  14. I have never heard, neither seen nor taste this buah. At least now I found out that such a thing exist in our own country.

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  15. I thought those are seeds of buah cempedak which can be boiled to be eaten as well :P

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    1. yes...cempedak, nangka, durian seeds can boil and eaten too

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  16. Found more info about this online but they call it buah perah. Seems like if eaten raw can get mabuk from it but cooked is ok. Since it says taste like berangan then I think I would like it. Where to buy in KL?

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    1. Duno where to buy in KL but saw selling in Tj Sepat

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  17. Boil for 2 hours?? Boil soup meh, nyamuk pun tidur lo.. Smart of mamarazzi to roast instead!

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    1. aiyo....this one same like those berangan la....have to boil long time baru can masak coz it's with shell. if take out shell the "nut" will "melt" la

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  18. I would like to try them. I like both Chestnuts and Almonds.

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    1. maybe some day they will export to your place

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  19. I have never heard of this before. I learn so many new things. Thank you for sharing.

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  20. Taste like almond really? I thought it tasted like pecan nuts. :-)

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    1. hahaha....it depends on people lo. You have eaten before ya.

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  21. Never seen this buah before. Nice!

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  22. Interesting, I first time see this!!! Can throw into oven? I thought usually things like this people used to fried it, hehe!!

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    1. yes can throw into oven. if fry will be oily

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