As someone who’s always on the move and only comes home only to sleep, what i find on the dining table at home when I AM HOME are some of the most amazing, as these pics will show you.
Green Ulam consisting of blanched Okra, Pegaga and Long Beans, also Kacang Bendir…
Chicken feet in tangy Turmeric and Tamarind gravy.
OK, so Sardines are not ‘traditional’ Bruneian food, but they ARE ‘traditionally’ extracted from those oval-shaped cans, and then cooked with lots of large onions, shallots, garlic and chilli. Apparently nice if you squeeze lime over it.
Ani Bayam Nur, but not too sure if it’s actually related to Spinach despite its name.
In Tutong language, this is called ‘Puta masak lempan’ or ‘Ikan masak dadah’ or simply ‘Fish boiled in broth’. The usual suspects: ginger, shallots, lemongrass, but with a bit of turmeric and dried asam.
Here’s the famous Pais Daging, marinated beefcuts and fats stuffed into palm pockets and grilled over low fire. But modern versions uses aluminum foil.
And that’s it! Karang lagi upload.