I've been wanting to update the page since last Sunday but time is just not on my side at the moment, especially last week. There are many expected and unexpected events to attend to. But alhamdulillah managed to get through all the obstacles and am still breathing till today.... alhamdulillah....
Though I would love to write more, but I still have things to do and the dateline is this afternoon. So let me just post one of the
One of the things that people use to do during Hari Asyura is to prepare this porriage call Bubur Asyura. There are many versions of Bubur Asyura and I chose this one among all as I don't quite like sweet rice porriage. I found the recipe when I clicked at google search. Thank you to Acik Yarn from MyResipi dot Com who is so kind enough to share her mother's lovely and easy recipe. Allow me to share it here. Thank you.
Source : Acik Yarn @ MyResipi dot Com
2 cups uncooked rice ~ washed and rinsed
Coconut milk from 1 coconut (1/3 thick coconut milk and 2/3 thin coconut milk)
2 shallots ~ sliced
1 inch ginger ~ sliced
salt to taste
To garnish :
10 shallots ~ thinly sliced, fry till golden brown
1 small bowl of ground nuts (fried or roasted)
5 pieces chicken fillet ~ coat with turmeric and salt. Fry till golden brown. Shred.
spring onions ~ sliced
3 eggs ~ made into thin omelette then sliced
1, Cook the rice with water, trice the amount from cooking normal rice. Stir frequently till it turned to porriage.
2. Add in sliced shallots and ginger.
3. Add salt to taste.
4. Add in thin coconut milk and stir.
5. Lastly, add in the thick coconut milk.
6. To serve, scoop enough porriage into the serving bowl. Top it with groundnuts, shredded fried chicken fillets, cripy fried onions, spring onions and sliced omelette.
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