CELEBRATED PRE-INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH A FUSION... Malaysian cum Philippino dishes!! It was really a food galore, more tha enough for at least ten people or more... And my sis managed to come up with a true malaysian dish...Nasi Lemak!
Nothing beats homecooked food... Just look at that!!
Ikan bilis sambal.... Nothing too spicy... Our Philippino friends cannot take too hot....
Stewed chicken legs...Philippino style!
Baked eggplants....another Philippino delicacy...
Our own Malaysian Tom Yam....
Pad Thai fried noodles...
Philippino dessert called Toron... Jackfruit with banana....
Lumpia.... Meat rolls....
The Cooks...excluding me of course!!
Food Glorious Food... I am so Blessed!!
Wah! Very good home cooked food. The only thins not familiar to me is the baked eggplants.ReplyDelete
Food tasting is part of the cooking process too lah, so you definitely can be considered as one of the cooks too! XDReplyDelete
So interesting to eat Asian food on America's Independence Day!ReplyDelete
I am sure everyone enjoyed.
Saturday in the park...ReplyDelete
They do celebrate it in a big way there - we do not do it for our National Day, maybe more for Christmas or Chinese New Year.ReplyDelete
Claire, you are so blessed with all the delicious food. I wished I could try those Filipino food.ReplyDelete
ooh that is so nice to celebrate the ID of another nation with our own local food, very fusion huh?? haha.. all the good looks good, but don't tell me the 5 ladies there walloped them all!! haha..ReplyDelete
The foods makes me wish i am there to eat it, hehe...ReplyDelete
I like the stewed chicken claws, a lot of collagen that is what I need most, hahaha.ReplyDelete
I like 4th July, coz always get to see fireworks around...ReplyDelete