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It’s the time of the year again to visit your favorite Ramadan bazaar and grab all the yummy food in sight!

After trying out a few versions, try making these at home as well with friends and family as a fun and warming activity.

As starters, we have selected the Top 5 Popular Food in Ramadan bazaars that you must try:


1. Ayam Golek and Ayam Percik

Ayam Percik

Ayam Percik

Personally (and through the number of stores offering), Ayam Golek and Ayam Percik is a ‘must’ during the month of Ramadan!

The grilled chicken are marinated in various herbs and spices before being roasted to perfection. And if you’re making this dish, you get to adjust the flavouring according to your tastebuds! To top it off, dip these juicy and tender meat in the kuah or a special spicy sauce to bring the dish to the next level.


2. Nasi KerabuĀ 

nasi kerabu

Nasi kerabu

This interesting blue-colored rice is actually made from the natural coloring of blue peas flower. The rice is usually eaten with ulam or traditional local salad.

Top up the Nasi Kerabu with fish crackers and fried chicken or grilled chicken such as Ayam Percik to make it a wholesome meal.


3. Bubur Lambuk

bubur lambuk

Bubur lambuk

Most Malay households in Malaysia has it’s very own version of the Bubur Lambuk recipe. It is traditionally made in bulk during the month of Ramadan to be shared with the community. Warming to the heart and soul – try making this dish.


4. Sup Tulang

sup tulang

Sup tulang

If you are craving for something hearty and comforting, Sup Tulang is the way to go. The soup is commonly made from beef cartilage or beef bone marrow. It’s nutritious and popular with the kids as well.

5. Kuih-muih



And finally, a hearty meal is not complete without desserts. Try making a variety of these colourful sweet delicacies, which are also perfect as snacks.

We hope you enjoy making these recipes and here’s Kuali, wishing you a wonderful holy month of Ramadan!