Guess what happens when you let loose 2 Hungry Foodies at the Ramadan Bazaar at Taman Tun Dr. Ismail?
They return with a whole load of food!! (And YES.. it was finished in moments..) :)
Our hungry stomachs were calling for a bit of food. Hence leading Kenneth and I on a short walk to the Ramadan Bazaar which is a short walk from the office. It was not that crowded as it was still quite early.
Now coming to the food:
Popiah Madu POWER (Honey Coated Popiah)
We got this Honey coated popiah from the Popiah Power store. They have 2 choices, either the Popiah Basah (Wet Popiah) or Popiah Garing (Crispy Copiah). It comes in a reasonable price of RM3 for a set of 3 popiahs.
Kuih Bakar (Burnt Kuih)
Now comes Audrey's favorite. We got this piece of Kuih Bakar bought from an uncle selling of his motorcycle. The uncle is friendly as every time I buy from him, you can choose to have the most garing (crispy) piece. It costs Rm 3 per piece too.
Onde-Onde (Translation unknown)
Flour batter, mixed well and made into round balls then stuffed with a small chunk of Gula Melaka and dropped into a pot of boiling water. I remember mom telling me "When it is sinking, its not cooked, when a float time to take it out." Straight out of the boiling pot into a plate with grated coconut for its exterior look. :) Simply delicious!
Price: RM1 for 5 pieces
Kuih Lapis (Layer Cake)
A traditional Nyonya delicacy. Honestly this was not the best kuih lapis we have tasted. It just tastes like sirap water made into kuih lapis. It usually has 9 layers and when it comes to eating.. Nothing beats pealing it of layer by layer and letting it melt in your mouth.
Kuih Ketayap (Translation unknown)
A cousin of the Onde-Onde. This is a must have for all the sweet tooth lovers.. :) Imagine this.. Thin flour batter, ample of Gula Melaka (brown sugar) and grated coconut. Mouth watering! :D
Roti John (John's Bread)
I have no idea why this is called Roti John.. Maybe it was invented by someone named John.. Hmmm.. Something to ponder about.. Well.. in general this is a long loaf of bread sliced in half and sandwiched with a mix of egg and a choice of beef or chicken. Not forgetting a dash of chilli sauce, mayonnaise and slices cucumber.