Never ever go to a Ramadan Bazaar on a wet rainy afternoon! Otherwise, you’ll end up like me - drenched and laden with yummy delights you probably can’t finish in just one night!
It is raining and you’re hungry. Seeing all the delicious display of wondrous spread in front of your eyes gives more than just a bounce in your step. You want to buy whatever looks yummy at first sight and you want to buy them all whilst shielding yourself from the pitter-patter of the falling rain! End result? You buy more than you really need or want just so you can get out of the rain ASAP!
B and I decided to check out the Ramadan Bazaar in TTDI last weekend. We’ve been to the ones in SS18 and USJ 4, Subang Jaya but not the one in TTDI. I was actually looking for just putu bambu but of course that was not the case and we came home with loads of other scrumptious food for our breaking of fast!
We got home and I set the table for dinner. The first thing I was dying to taste was my mom’s yummy acar kurma (pickled dates), which she sells and is also one her specialties. Did I tell you that my mom makes the best food during Ramadan so there’s no dieting this whole month?
Anyway, this is the acar and let me assure you that it was totally delicious! I gotta say her acar this time around was divine, even yummier than I’ve ever tasted it before!
We certainly enjoyed our delicious spread last weekend but next time, we really have to practise a little more control when visiting a Ramadan Bazaar! There was plenty of leftover, which we didn't eat in the end.
Otak-Otak and Satar