Sunday, August 19, 2012

Selamat Hari Raya Adilfitri


SELAMAT HARI RAYA ADILFITRI
Let's sing along!




Lyrics (Short): 
Berlalulah sudah ramadan sebulan berpuasa 
Tiba syawal kita rayakan dengan rasa gembira 
Anak muda di rantauan semuanya pulang ke desa 
Ibu dan ayah keriangan bersyukur tak terkira 
(Chorus 1) Kuih dan muih beranika macam 
Makanlah jangan hanya di pandang 
Ketupat rendang sila nikmati kawan 
Penat memasak malam ke pagi 
(Chorus 2) Wajik dan dodol jangan lupakan 
Peninggalan nenek zaman berzaman 
Asyik bersembang pakcik dan makcik 
Hai duit raya lupa nak di beri

If you are still undecided what dessert to make for Hari Raya, I recommend bahulu tiramisu, a dessert that I have tasted and tested for “Crave” Malay Mail which was published on 27 July 2012. If you would like to have the recipe and read my review, please click on any of the photos. You can omit the liquor and still taste as good.

Bahulu tiramisu




 


31 comments:

  1. I love the domed look of the sponge---looks fabulous!

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  2. Quay Po, I like this idea of kuih bahulu and tiramisu, a fusion food where east meets west. Very unique indeed. Happy Holidays to you and family!

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    1. You too enjoy your holidays with your family. Spend precious moments with them.

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  3. Season's Greetings to you r Muslim readers and to the rest, happy holidays. Wow! That's real fusion...

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    1. How come you don't send me Hari Raya greetings? I Malaysian, I also celebrate Hari Raya:D

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  4. Croak, croak, achoo, sniff, cough, cough ... that's the best I can do now instead of singing. So much for the holidays and feasting.
    I think this is brilliant esp with the dates in it. I personally think the bahulu might be a little too eggy tho. But then, I've never been a fan of those things anyway. Great muhibbah dessert, Lucy!

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    1. Lucy, nevermind, when I go karaoke next time, I must have you with me as a back up singer. Some songs, we just need someone to croak, achoo, sniff and cough at the background. Unique ma! hahaha As regards to the bahulu, it is not eggy at all, this turns out really well. I will definitely serve this to my Muslim friends anytime because there is no liquor in it.

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  5. How innovative! Sure makes it truly Asian style with the use of bahulu. :)) and since Bahulu is slightly on the dry side, it's just perfect to suck up all those goodness of coffee and cream. Yum!

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    1. It is. It was great after I reduced the amount of dates from the original recipe. I like this fusion dessert a lot. Will definitely make it again and again.

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  6. What a smart alternative to ladyfingers. Looks very pretty as well!

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    1. It is, isn't it? Yes, it is even more pretty than the traditional tiramisu.

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  7. that's a genius idea with dates and kuih bahulu in a tiramisu! truly fit for a raya dessert! Happy holidays to you!!

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    1. Happy holidays to you too my dear. Too bad I can't see you on Monday. Miss you!

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  8. I love kueh bahulu especially those freshly baked from the oven... last time my ex colleague used to order for us... soft and fresh ones....

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    1. You are a lucky girl. Get to eat so many yummy food from your friends.

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  9. This is gorgeous! I have never seen anything like this before but I'm glad I did now. Wow!

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  10. Selamat Hari Raya to you too!

    You are superb and very creative making this Malaysian-Italian fusion dessert! I love it :D

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    1. Actually this is not my recipe. I tasted and tested it only.

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  11. Adoi! This is so fantastic. Quay Po, you are really making me abadon my diet.

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    1. Phong Hong, I think it is very hard for food bloggers to go on diet. I know I can't. hehe

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  12. You are really very creative. Very interesting recipe.

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    1. This recipe is not mine. I tested it only.

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  13. Veron, you're such creative home cook chef! The bahulu version tiramisu looks as gorgeous.
    Kristy

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