Sunday, November 07, 2010

Interesting Raya Open House fare

An outdated post; on the feast during a Raya Open house organized by our neighbor

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We have really friendly neighbours and during the Raya festive season, there were endless invitations to open house, as my parents say and I was just fortunate enough to stumble upon one during my short trips home.

It was a simple fare really, but needless to say, it was all warm and made us felt at home (technically, our house was just right across the street anyway!)

This is their version of Lontong; which was made using these yellow noodles instead of the usual cut rice cakes
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The dish was accompanied by this Kuah Lodeh, specially made at home by our neighbor and it tasted superb!~
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I can't remember what they call these fried balls
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It was some sort of fried sambal filling inside
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A very unconventional and creative version of Pisang Goreng
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Raya is incomplete without Ketupat
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And this is one unique one with corn in it!~
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Finally, we helped ourselves to their freshly plucked Dukun from their family's own fruit farm
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Juicy and fresh, this is also nicknamed as one of the king of the fruits =)

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