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10 Traditional Foods You Must Eat during Hari Raya Aidilfitri

Fasting month is finished and numerous Muslims in Malaysia and abroad are preparing to celebrate Hari Raya Aidilfitri. It is safe to say that everyone is looking forward to the traditional food!
In Malaysia, celebrating Hari Raya is means that you’ll be devoured with a variety of dishes from the standard rendang to the must have lemang.
Break your quick and spend time with your family and companions this Holy Month by partaking in a portion of the unique dishes you can’t pass up a great opportunity for amid this religious holiday!
  1. Serunding

Serunding is basically our Malaysian meat floss! A well-known snack for Ramadan and Aidilfitri, serunding is made of prepared meat that is cooked until dry, a strategy intended to help keep the meat for longer. The meats normally used to make serunding incorporate chicken, hamburger, prawn, anchovy, and fish, and they are generally utilized as a filling for baked goods, buns, and even burgers.  
  1. Satay

The ideal snack for Ramadhan, satay is all around adored all over Southeast Asia. These sticks of flame broiled meat are generally plunged into crunchy peanut sauce and presented with a side of nasi impit (rice cakes) and vegetables.  
  1. Ketupat

Broadly picked as the image for Hari Raya, the ketupat is made in a diamond-shaped with rice boiled. Furthermore, it will be pack of handwoven palm leaf strips. Once cooked, the ketupat is peeled open, cut into cuts, and served customary steamed rice with different dishes.  
  1. Rendang

Rendang it’s the special Raya dish! It is a thick, exquisite sauce normally cooked with hamburger, however any meat can be utilized, and we even experienced a buffet that served 12 distinct dishes of rendang! It is served either wet or dry, and is additionally known for its natural preserving properties because of the antimicrobial flavors utilized as a part of the dish.  
  1. Masak Lemak

Masak lemak is one type of cooking in light of turmeric-prepared coconut milk! Normal meats used to masak lemak incorporate shellfish and chicken, however vegetables are a prominent decision too. Masak lemak dishes are typically eaten with lemang, or plain white rice.  
  1. Asam Pedas

Asam pedas is a spicy and sour stew which usually refers to a dish of fish. Normally, asam pedas is well-known in certain parts of Malaysia. The fish stewed for extend periods of time until the point when the stock pervades the substance totally. The common ingredient of asam pedas is lady’s fingers, daun kesom, tomatoes and tamarind. Furthermore, we discovered that fishing village of Parit Jawa serves some of the best asam pedas in Malaysia!  
  1. Bubur Lambuk

During the period of Ramadan, bubur lambuk is serve by mosques or food banks. It begins from the Muslim convention of encouraging the poor amid this Holy season. The porridge has numerous varieties as almost anything can be added to it, from meats to vegetables and even unique sauces and flavors for included flavor. Kurma (date) powder is regularly utilized as a staple fixing.  
  1. Lemang

= Lemang is made of sticky rice, coconut milk, and a sprinkle of salt. It basically replace the plain rice during the season of Hari Raya and is eaten with rendang or curry. This unique dish is cooked in an emptied bamboo stick fixed with banana leaves and can take four to five hours long periods of roasting!  
  1. Lontong

Ordinarily presented with nasi impit, lontong is a dish that might be eaten as a full dinner, including vegetables and meat in a flavorful coconut milk soup. Lontong may likewise allude to the banana leaf-wrapped rice cake, like the lemang.  
  1. Kuih-muih
Malaysia is home to a relatively limitless variety of kuih-muih, a pleased demonstration of our nation’s decent variety! Malaysian kuih incorporates snack measured cakes, biscuits, and dull jams in every one of the shades of the rainbow, arranged in uncountable ways – see whether you know every one of them in our Kuih 101 guide!   Credit to: https://www.hungrygowhere.my/gallery/12-traditional-hari-raya-foods-you-must-eat-this-festive-season-*gid-d78a3101/1c730200  
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