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同兴 “客家面”

Saturday, February 6th, 2010



客家面 – 东记小食餐室 Kedai Kopi Tong Ki

Friday, February 5th, 2010

Where? 东记小食餐室 Kedai Kopi Tong Ki, at Jalan Sultan Yusuff, 30300 Ipoh.




Pulau Pangkor dried anchovies 邦咯岛江鱼仔

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Ikan Bilis / Dried Anchovies / 江鱼仔
Ikan Bilis is much used in Malaysia in Nasi Lemak. There are more possibilities to used Ikan Bilis. In Italy anchovies is used in pizzas. When you get a pizza here in Malaysia, you can have some with the ikan bilis and sambal ikan bilis.

Price: 600 grm RM20.00
Where to buy in Ipoh? You can get it in IpohFoods.com
Where are we? 76, Jalan Raja Musa Aziz, 30300 Ipoh, Perak.
Call us! 05-2532 796 / 012-588 9440

Dried Anchovies

Dried Anchovies

Pulau Pangkor dried anchovies 邦咯岛江鱼仔




Off the coast of Perak lies a cluster of fabulous islands, the most developed and accessible of which is Pangkor Island. It has a land area of only eight square kilometres and a population of approximately 25,000 islanders.

Pangkor is famous for its fine beaches and mix of low budget to five-star accommodations. It has some of the west coast’s prettiest and most tranquil beaches, authentic Malaysian fishing villages that have changed little in 50 years, and great seafood. Arguably the most luxurious getaway in the country is located on an adjacent private island called Pangkor Laut.

Local Malaysian snack foods tend to be heavily salted in an effort to preserve the meats. One delicacy is fish satay, which is really dried skewered fish coated in spices. There are a number of these cottage industry ‘factories’ on the island, many of which operate out of homes. You will also find anchovy factories where these little fish are dried before being exported to the mainland. Dried anchovy ends up in many Malaysian dishes.