Monday, August 30, 2010

Muhibbah Malaysian Monday Roundup No 2 - A Delicious Way To Celebrate Our Nation's 53rd Birthday



With all the support and wonderful entries from our blogger friends, I am proud to present you with the second roundup of our event. Please take you time to check out all the wonderful and exciting posts submitted by our new and old friends.

It is our country's 53rd Independence Day tomorrow, this post will also serves as a little gift for our nation's birthday celebration. Selamat Hari Merdeka!

Many sincere thanks from both me and Sharon for all your support and we are looking forward to an even more exciting roundup next.

Important announcement : Nate and Annie from House Of Annie will be hosting the September event, please send all entries for the month to houseofannie@gmail.com

Lets start with our biggest supporter from day one, Aunty Cheah from No Frills Recipes presented us with 5 wonderful entries;



A healthy Steamed Sponge Cake.



A perfectly baked cake using the king of fruit - Durian Cake.

A fabulous one dish meal - Koay Teow Bandung.



Delicious Homemade chapati.



Finally another moist and tasty cake using local fruit - Cempedak Cake.

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Sonia from Nasi Lemak Lover sharing 2 of her delicious creations;



Sambal Petai Udang , a dish that will have you come back for more.



and the very vibrant looking Mamak Chicken Curry With Yellow Glutinous Rice

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The lovely Zurin  fom Cherry On A Cake also lends her support with 3 fabulous dishes;



Brinjal in dried shrimp sambal - you will need plenty of steamed rice to go with this.


Something we all need in our fridge - Garlic ginger chillie hot sauce.


and her simple but delicious Quick Breakfast Noodles.


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Mary from Keep Learning Keep Smiling shared with us some delicious hawker fares from her recent trip to Malaysia.



Roti tisu - one of the delicious dishes from her post Malaysian Street Food.

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Mr. Noodles from Eat Noodles Love Noodles did equally well during his 48 hour stop in Kuala Lumpur.



Have a look at A quick stop in Kuala Lumpur to check out some of the dishes he tried during his stopover in Malaysia.

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My dear friend Makcik Manggis from Jom masak... Jom makan-makan managed 4 exciting posts during the busy month of Ramadan.



Delicious vegetable samosa all the way from London (prepared by her lovely daughter).



Extremely moist and delicious Kek Lapis Prune (layered cake with prune).



Menu Berbuka - a break fast meal with selection of delicious dishes she prepared for her family during the Ramadan.



Menu Berbuka 2 - another break fast meal after a day of fasting. Most recipes are can be found in the blog.

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Our friend Kristy from My Little Space presented us with 3 wonderful entries



Her version of the northern favourite - Ayam percik.



Very delicious Homemade roti canai , with or without egg.



And her version of Homemade chee cheong fun.

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When Ju from Little Teochew found out I have started an event, she decided to lend her support too;



Ju's dry version of the popular dish Mee Siam.

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Ann from Pig Pig's Corner adding in more spices...



with this fabulous Beef Rendang!

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Our new blogger friend Sherie from A 1/2 Food Blog also managed 2 delicious posts;



Sambal petai with prawns and ikan bilis.



and her very own creation - no recipe spicy squid.


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Gertrude from My Kitchen Snippets also joined us for the first time with 2 wonderful entries;



A delicious curry laksa that won't take up a whole day to prepare.



and her mouthwatering mee goreng.

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Our host for the month of September, Nate and Annie from House Of Annie presented us with..


this mouthwatering roast chicken ramadan style

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Last but not least my partner in (food) crime, Sharon from Test With A Skewer with her 4 SWEEEEEEET posts;



Her brown sugar version of Kuih Talam.



Snackety-Snack - Check out the selection of delicious snacks available in Malaysia.



A delicious Indian dessert, Payasam she whipped up using her aunt's recipe.



Finally Sharon's way of fulfilling her patriotic duty - Kuih Sago in the shape of a Malaysian flag.

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For all my entries and more Malaysian recipes simply click HERE.

35 comments:

  1. Oh boy, these just represent Malaysia perfectly! Yahoooo... congratulations to all! I think everyone did a wonderful job on these...of coz, included myself! HAHAHA.... These food just amazing! Happy Merdeka Malaysia!
    Best regards, Kristy

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  2. Harriet from CarltonAugust 30, 2010 at 3:25 PM

    OMG! This post is killing me! What a wonderful array of dishes, it will take me awhile to go through all.

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  3. What a fabulous roundup! Great gift for your nation's independence day.

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  4. What a wonderful selection of dishes here...Great job!

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  5. Wow, well done everybody! These look absolutely fabulous. I look forward to the next roundup !!

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  6. WOW WOW! What a fabulous roundup, great way to celebrate Merdeka day indeed!

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  7. hi tummy! semua sedap2! mcm nak buat semua sekali! tak leh nk pilih yg mana satu semua my fev especially sambal petai itu! :D btw tummy, thanks ya sbb kongsi resepi tuk mee hoon kueh tu, my kids suke! i n hub pun suke sbb dia punyer sup mabelesss! tenkiuuuu!! :-)

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  8. Such great photos of food that people have gone to the trouble of making! I feel embarrassed that all I did was write about eating!

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  9. Thank you for a very exciting roundup... I must spend some time to go through all the delicious posts!

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  10. Oh my...all these delicious and lovely posts!
    Great Jobs!!

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  11. Wonderful roundup! Looking forward to the next round!

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  12. Great round up pardner :) Looking forward to visiting all the blogs and "eating" my way through them.

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  13. A lovely feast to eyes...well done dear...amazing array of delicious treats...!

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  14. Great roundup! I wish can join you in the next round! Merdeka!

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  15. Thank you my dear tummy:)and MERDEKA! MERDEKA! MERDEKA!

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  16. Fabulous roundup!!
    Darling dishes/photos!! LOVE all of them!

    Happy Nation's 53rd Anniversary!!

    Big husg,

    B

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  17. wonderful roundup with yummy dishes..:)

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  18. Lots of yummy recipes! Miss home now!

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  19. wow wow..what an array of goodies..

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  20. That was a lot of yummy looking dishes in one post!!

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  21. Great collection and I wish I could try them all! Nice job everyone!

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  22. Oh my- I LOVE this- I just scrolled all the way down twice and can't wait to show my husband all the new inspiration when he gets home- He will enjoy this as well.

    I am so happy to see that a few of my favorite blogs which I follow are featured here- and so many new blogs to discover-
    I will be keeping this page bookmarked to returen to over and over!

    Have a great independance day tomorrow and all the best!

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  23. It is a wonderful way to celebrate your independence day...so many delicious dishes!

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  24. wow, so many variety of food. Do visit my food blog, Scrumptious. Thanks!

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  25. I wish they is a restaurant selling all the dishes here.. almost lunch and there isn't a good Malaysian place here! :(
    Well done everyone!

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  26. Great great post! It will take me a whole afternoon to eat through this delicious post!

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  27. Wow....wonderful to see all the mouth-watering food of Malaysia....drooling! Wish I can get all of these here :D Thanks very much for the lovely roundup, Suresh.

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  28. What a huge selection of delicious food and stories.. well done everyone!

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  29. Oh everything looks so delicious! I want some now!

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  30. Wow - so many recipes and they all look mouthwatering. I don't know where to start!
    Robyn x

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  31. Wow, so many amazing dishes! A great way to celebrate!

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  32. Gosh, that was indeed a fabulous round-up! Good job, tummy!

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  33. What a great round up! Selamat Hari Merdeka, Malaysia!

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  34. Wow all the yummies!!! I will participate one day cos the thing is hehe I dun cook every week! :p

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