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2005.10.04

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Edward

Robyn

I think you should be able to find pulut panggang in most night markets around KL.

Also check out the Buka Puasa scene next to the mosque in Bangsar starting tomorrow evening. You will be in for lots of surprises.

Robyn

I'm definitely living in the wrong country/continent. Those look soooo delicious.

Robyn

Robyn -- yeah, I thought these photos were particularly nice. And the pulut panggang tastes even better than it looks!

Thanks Edward, for the tip, will definately check it out. Arrghh, Dave's out of town for a few days, so I guess it'll just be me and the digital camera at the mosque ... which doesn't bode well for picture quality.

boo_licious

Robyn, I saw some at the Ramadan stalls in Section 17. They sell it at the kuih (Malay for cakes) stalls so you will see it amongst a variety of other selections. Hope you get some in Bangsar.

Robyn

Thanks Boo, will check it out. Gotta get myself over to Bangsar one evening very soon....

lmdt

So many names for this..

Rempah Udang, Lemper Udang and the other un mentionable name (x rated)guess becos there are Indonesian, Nyonya, Malay..version of this sedap kueh...

Paz

I'd love to taste this!
Paz

MARK CHOO

I thoroughly enjoyed your site; amazing collage of delicious images much to my envy.
Enjoy inculcating this food adventure in others - I am a believer - and look forward to more. Thank you for sharing so graciously.
\Mark

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