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Healthy Punjab Food In Lahat Road, Ipoh

Once awhile, I like to go for Indian cuisine, not the heavy type of meal but the kind of healthy typewhere there is less oil or preferably oil-less.... 

It was on a one fine  and hot day when my colleague suggested going for a capati in old town.... I readily agreed, once awhile it is nice for a change to try different culture food and I was expecting the same shop that we normally go to.... But no, this time he took me to this Punjab shop here along Lahat Road here in Ipoh.
 Restoran Moga Punjab....
Just look at the vegetables... I was already salivating then... 
I love all types of greens especially they are cooked fresh and different from what I normally do...
Cauliflower cooked with chilli powder?
When I saw ladies fingers or okra, I told myself that I must order this!
My colleague told me that they do the capati there and then too...
Fresh from the pan....!
Knead, knead... then.... 
Rolling pin in action.....
And there... my two capati-s!
Ordered a small plate of okra....crunchy and fresh....
And spicy brinjals aka eggplants cooked differently....
I would love it better if they put some tomatoes to make it sweet and sour.. right?
But then this is a Punjab meal... not Reanaclaire's....
Ta.....daaaaa...
Fresh Capati from the pan.....
Healthy Oil-less Capati!

Comments

  1. Hardly eat Indian foods as not into Indian foods...

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    1. I think your place there not so easily accessible.. hor..

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  2. All the food looks very spicy. Seldom take Indian food except the roti canai. Punjabi capati looks cripsy.

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    1. North Indian, not spicy at all. Lots of yogurt in the cooking. I like!

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    2. Not so spicy actually... if I can take, I think you can too.. cos I am not a spicy person too..

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  3. Yummy! I like naan and usually eat them for supper sometimes :)

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    1. don't just scroll and look at the photos and cannot wait to comment without reading the post lah.. where got Naan?? that's Chapati lah, Mr Panda~~ and i thot it's very obvious at the very last line of this post, it's written Capati, don't even read that at all also?? :D

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    2. hahahaa... maybe he mistaken naan for capati! Or perhaps his favorite is naan.. hehehe.. never mind, I am also blur at times.. or should I say, many times! Naan is a bit tougher... capati if fresh is very soft...

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  4. eh, Chapati.. i don't think i have ever eaten a Chapati before though i have heard this a million of times!! but then the ladies fingers surely not my pick lah, i don't eat that, don't like that slimy slimy texture.. maybe i'll just go with the plain Dhaal lah, cos frankly, those veggie really don't seem appealing to me, hahahahaha!! ooopsss but i cannot just say yummy yummy to your food every time right?? :p

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    1. Surely you don't have to... one man's food is another man's poison? Is the saying like that? But then this is not poison la.. hahahaa... I like to go for indian food once awhile.. for a change, different type of taste...

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  5. I like!!! But chutney, I think I prefer pineapple or mango.

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    1. Hard to find those over here... but they are indeed appetizing!

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  6. OH i think i will like this place! There's a very nice chapati here in Penang too!

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  7. Looks ALL fresh, nothing pre-made then heated up!

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  8. Don't know Capati as I hardly get a chance to try intalian food le!!!

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  9. Nasi kandar or banana leaf rice? Nice but not cheap.. Sometimes I crave for nasi kandar, so ma go makan lor.. Usually one curry mutton, one fried chicken and one egg or vege.. Or some hati.. > Rm10 leh.. Mahal...

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    1. wow.. you chose so much sure expensive!! hahahaa... normally I order fried fish and some greens.. enough for me but then you are still young and growing, so need more proteins..hahaha..

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  10. Where got healthy ...so oily!

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    1. Capati no oil ma.. then eat with vegetables.. no meat.. healthy la.. hahaha..

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  11. I like the look of the vege. not over cooked. some shop cooked till soggy leh

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    1. Depending on what type of vegetables.. some need to be soft then only nice.. .

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  12. I still not acquire to the way they cook the vegetables. But I always love their curry, chapati. Hehe.

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    1. Maybe they blanch first then cook with spices..

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  13. I like to eat this kind of food. Spicy brinjal yum yum! Never tried eating brinjal and tomato cooked together before. hope Claire cook this and features in her blog.

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