Malaysian Tradition Every Friday during Ramadan

For the first time, the Malaysian expatriates in Dubai are experiencing something truly Malaysian this Ramadan — the Ramadan Bazaar where home-made cuisine is available in a homely environment.

The Ramadan Bazaar opened on September 5 in a villa of rented by Malaysian Consul-General Syed Mohamad Hasrin Tengku Hussin. The bazaar is held every Friday.

A total of 14 stalls offer a wide array of mouth-watering dishes— food that is normally served within the confines of Malaysian homes.

Consul-General Syed said that the event will continue until Ramadan ends, something that every Malaysian family looks forward to every Friday.

Nine families came up with new dishes on the second Friday of the bazaar, ranging from bubur jagung, bubur lambuk and murtabak ayam, ikan celup tepung, ayam goreng to simple favourites like nasi lemak, mehoon sup utaraf and sup tulang pok nik.

-Credit Malaysian Consulate Press Section –

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