Monday, August 6, 2012

Muhibbah Malaysian Monday Roundup No.23

Happy Monday everyone and I hope this latest roundup will sweep your Monday blues away.

I was about worried about the lack of entries at first but thanks to all my wonderful blogger friends who continued to support the event I am able to present you with another delicious roundup.

Both Sharon from Test With Skewer and I would like to thank everyone who sent in their entries and shared their recipes here with us. We are counting on your continuing support in the months ahead.

Sharon will be hosting this month's event, please send all your entries to
To learn more about the event and on how to enter, please click here.

Without further ado lets check out all the entries from last month.

I know I can always count on Auntie Cheah from No Frills Recipes for some wonderful recipes which she has been doing so since day 1. Thank you very much!

High tea at The Jim Thompson is a must these days when visiting my hometown Cameron Highlands. Aunty Cheah shares her experience when visited the highlands recently.

Fingers licking good black pepper baked chicken.. find out how easy it is to recreate this at home.

Something sweet for later? Please check out her steamed rice cakes with red bean.


Next we have the lovely Charmaine from From Our Home, she submitted 2 delicious posts;

A popular pandan and coconut custard sweet, seri muka.

Followed by one of my favourite savoury snack, steamed yam cake.


Vivian from Vivian Pang's Kitchen joined us again this month;

She shows us the way pies are made in a Malaysian kitchen, she includes a easy short crust pastry recipe with her post chicken pie/short crust pastry.


Next we have Jess from Bakericious with her;

Easy but deliciously golden Malaysian chicken wings, one might want to double the quantity of the wings.


Gertrude from My kitchen Snippets, a great supporter of the event again sent in 3 wonderful entries;

Her Hakka braised pork with black fungus that will have all pork belly lovers screaming for joy.

Not a fan of pork? How about this red honeyed chicken instead?

Or perhaps you are after something sweet? Check out her kuih keria (sweet potato rings)


Despite her busy schedule, Shannon from Just As Delish sent in this;

Teochew steamed fish, a healthy but is jam packed with flavours.


Kimmy from Kimmy's Cooking pleasures managed 4 tasty entries last month;

Check out her body and soul warming preserved mustard green and beancurd soup.

Her recipe of a popular Penang noodle dish, Penang lor mee is to die for.

A simple but delicious stir fried sambal sweet leaf (mani cai, a local vegetable).

Or perhaps try making a large pot of her mustard leaf porridge (kuah chye moi).


Sonia from Nasi Lemak Lover was kind enough to let me have her

Very delicious looking beef rendang.


Last but not least my friend and co founder of the event Sharon from Test With A Skewer. She managed 2 posts while busy settling with her new life in Singapore;

Learn how to make your own "Ribena" at home with fresh hibiscus flowers.

Read this fun post and get to know some usual tropical fruit.


Finally here are my entries;

Don't forget to check out my turmeric and honey chicken stir fry.

Stir fried pasta with chicken, mushroom and vegetables.

Homemade hand cut noodles.

Egg tofu, prawns and peas in silky egg sauce.


  1. Hi Suresh, I actually share 4 recipes to MMM in July. Will forward to you the other 2.

  2. Thanks for the round-up, Suresh. So many delicious dishes as usual.

  3. I keep meaning to enter too. Have been a bit busy lately. Will make an effort to enter next time.

    You are welcome to join in my monthly food blogger event THE SOUP KITCHEN, here for entry details and current theme offering a new theme each month. All bloggers are welcome, hope to see you participate soon.

  4. Sorry, i thought you will include my beef rendang?


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