Missed me? Sorry, the great ballet concert of 2010 took up all of the weekend, but we've come through happy and shining at the other end.
Now it's back to routine and of course Monday means something Malaysian over here. Today, it's the round-up of contributions from some uber talented bloggers.
In no particular order, please enjoy these Muhibbah Malaysian Monday #5 dishes from:
Makcik Manggis who made this delicious Nasi Goreng Belacan (Belacan Fried Rice). (Post in Bahasa Malaysia, the national language)
A lovely blogger who loves2cook made easy murukku. Murukku is a savoury snack, and she made this for the recent Deepavali celebrations.
Love2cook also made a delicious chocolate mousse
Getrude from My Kitchen Snippets contributed some cucur udang(prawn fritters).This snack is an afternoon tea favourite.
Kristy from My Little Space created a dish called sotong masak lemak (creamy spiced squid) as her contribution. Yum!
She also made a dish of sour plum sauce chicken. What a colourful combination of ingredients.
Sonia from Nasi Lemak Lover made this drool worthy Rendang Ayam (chicken rendang).
Cheah from No Frills Recipes gave us a mochi cake coloured with natural Kacang Telang flowers (butterfly pea flowers). This flower is also used to colour glutinous rice.
And for a savoury dish, she made belacan (shrimp paste) chicken.
Next up is lovely Zurin from Cherry on a Cake, and she made Ayam Percik (spicy basted chicken). I'm really excited that she shared her recipe and method as this is a dish I really miss.
And last but not least is blogger who really doesn't need an introduction. My wonderful co-host Suresh from 3 Hungry Tummies who is determined to make me home-sick by making the following 3 dishes:
Curry Chee Cheong Fun (flat rice noodle rolls in a curry sauce). Believe or not, this is a dish I like to have for breakfast. Well, brunch really.
Some prawn fritters. (It must have been something in the air, many bloggers made prawn fritters around the same time!)
Char Kway Teow (Fried Rice Noodles) with cockles! I didn't even realise you could get cockle in Australia. (Suresh got the cockles from Victoria St in Richmond).
Thank you everyone for participating, we loved all the dishes! If I've missed anyone out, please email me (its(dot)sharon(at)gmail.com) ASAP so I can include you. Cheers!
If you'd like to send in contributions for the next round-up (MMM #6), please email a link to your blog post to Suresh from 3 Hungry Tummies. (sureshchong(at)yahoo.com).