Saturday, September 1, 2012

Round up for Melaka Food Fest ( Melaka Month) August 2012

So, August has come to the end , and it's time for the Malaysian Food Fest ( Melaka Month) round up.
A BIG thank you to all for supporting  Malaysian Food Fest event. As for Melaka Month ,I received a total of 48 entries, and they looked amazing and delicious too!!! !Hmmmm....looks like we've turned them into Babas & Nyonyas in this August....kekeke
And also a BIG thank you to Wendy , who gave me the opportunity to host this event. She also taught me and guide me me a lot. Thanks Wendy!!! I really learned a lot.

So here's all the entries :

Curry Kapitan  from Vivian pang of  Vivian Pang Kitchen  .

Pork Pongteh from Hody Loh of  cook4you & me   .

Ayam Cincaluk( Chicken with Preserved Shrimps from Sonia of Nasi Lemak Lover .


Acar Fish from lena of frozen wings .

Devil Curry (Debal) from Phong Hong of Phong Hong Bakes.

Pang Susie from Jeannie Tay of Baking Diary

Ayam Pongteh from Angeline of Angeline's Side of Story.

Ayam Tempra from Lena of frozen wings.

Chicken Pongteh from Yee Ling of Ling In De House.

Ayam Buah Keras/ Candle Nut Chicken from Gertrude of My Kitchen Snippets.

Otak Otak With Fish and Scallop from Quay Po of  Quay Po Cooks.
This is a modernized and luxurious version. Scallop is not a usual ingredient in traditional Nyonya otak otak.

Telur Dal Cincaluk from Joyce of Kitchen Flavours.

Nyonya Radish Cake from Peng of pengskitchen.

Ikan Gerang Assam / nyonya Tamarind Fish from Annie of Annielicious Food.

Babi Pongteh / Nyonya Braised Pork from Annie of Annielicious Food.

Kuih koci Pulut Hitam from Gertrude of My Kitchen Snippets .

Sambal Belimbing Prawns from Joyce of Kitchen Flavours

Sambal Belimbing Prawns from BeeBee of HoneyBeeSweets .

Agar Agar Gula Melaka from Gertrude of My Kitchen Snippets.

Curry Laksa (Laksa Lemak) from Hody Loh of cook4you&me.

Pongteh from Phong Hong of Phong Hong Bakes.

Stir fried Pork With Cincaluk from Lena of frozen wings.

-->Assam Prawns from Mich of Piece of Cake .

Assam Chicken from Joycelyn of

Ikan Goreng Assam from Joyce of Kitchen Flavours.

Ayam Sioh / Chicken in Coriander & Tamarin Sauce from Mel Lee of Through The Kitchen Door.

Ciak Bek/Stir Fried Pork with Perserved Bean Paste from Gertrude of My Kitchen Snippets.

Gerang Assam from Shannon Lim of Jut As Delish.

pang Susi from Wendy of Table for 2 .... or More.

Durian Cendol from Wendy of  Table for 2 ....or More.

Roti John from Wendy of  Table for 2 ....or More.

Ikan Gerang Asam from Wendy of Table for 2 ......or More.

Hainanese Chicken Rice Balls from Alice of I Love. I Cook. I Bake.

Sambal Prawns Belimbing from Alice of I Love. I Cook. I Bake.

Pengat Pisang from Alice of  I Love. I Cook. I Bake.

Ikan Gerang Asam from BeeBee of HoneyBeeSweets.

Itek Tim from Alan  of Travellingfoodies.

Nyonya Apom Balik Durian from Alan  of Travellingfoodies.

Nyonya Chap Chye from Alan of Travellingfoodies.

Ayam Buah Keluak from Alan of Travellingfoodies.

Kerabu Belimbing Timun Nanas from Alan of Travellingfoodies.

 Nyonya Devil Curry from mui mui of my little favourite diy

Pandan Angku from mui mui of my little favourite diy.

Kerabu Lady Finger from mui mui of my little favourite diy.

Cincalok from Cindy of yummylittlecooks.

Chicken Tempra from Cindy of yummylittlecooks

Dodol from Cindy of yummylittlecooks.

Ikan Sepat Masak Lemak Nenas( Salted Perch Fish And Pineapple in Coconut Milk) from Cindy of yummylittlecooks

Ok, now for September ,do hop over to Sharon's blog Feats of Feasts  , she is hosting for Malaysian Food Fest (Sarawak State) event.


WendyinKK @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Wow! 48 entries! More than what I thought would have.
Thank you Cindy for hosting Melaka Month! It's been great working with you and I have learnt a lot new nyonya dishes for this month's event.

Alice said...

hi Cindy, thks for the round up
i must keep this link for reference when i crave for malaka food :)

travellingfoodies said...

Thanks for consolidating and hosting. :)

Phong Hong said...

Cindy, it was a pleasure to take part in this event!

Anonymous said...

May I know how are entries chosen? I thought fb entries are also chosen. I am enquring so that I know more details for future entries....I posted under fb and my name is Ng Yoke Hing. Please do not mistaken that I am questioning your round up...

Anonymous said...

May I know how entries are chosen? Are fb entries consider...I am asking so that I know more details for future entries.

mui mui said...

I enjoy very much participating in this event.
Thanks so much for hosting and the round up.

yummylittlecooks said...

Thank you thank you all my friends :)

yummylittlecooks said...

Hi Ng,

You can refer here :


1. Bloggers
a. Prepare a dish (sweet or savory) that is from the Melaka.
b. Blog about it from 1st August – 31st August
c. Include this caption below your blogspost
“I am submitting this post to Malaysian Food Fest (link to here , Melaka State hosted by Cindy of yummylittlecooks)”

Send the following information to this email address (cindyensia<@> with the email title as “MFF Melaka”

Title of Blog:
Name of dish:
URL of blog post:
Picture : (URL or attachment that is lesser than 500k.)

2. Facebook users
a. Like this FB page
b. Prepare a dish (sweet or savoury) from the state of Melaka
c. Take a picture and upload it into Facebook (This month’s FB page link )
d. Provide recipe together with the picture

*Bloggers can submit old recipes to FB. Anyone that has once cooked a Malacan dish and have the picture and recipe can submit to Facebook. Not necessarily a recently done dish.
For a pictorial guide on how to submit, please visit here

3. Non Facebook users + non bloggers
Email it a picture of the dish together with the recipe to (cindyensia<@>


Anonymous said...

Thank you for your did a good job in this Melaka Food Fest!

アンゼエリン said...

I am glad joining Melaka MFF with you all.


Mel said...

I'm glad I have joined in to this! And I have enjoyed scrolling down to view all those delicious recipes posted! Really amazing !

Jeannie Tay said...

Looks like ayam pongteh is the favorite nyonya dish...great looking dishes...will book mark this page for reference... Thank you for being such a good hostess Cindy:)

lena said...

all looking so delicious!! cindy, now you can relax and enjoy the rest of the MFF!

Debs @ The Spanish Wok said...

Oh I so much wanted to join the event for August, especially being the first one. However, with other commitments in Aug too it was just not possible.

Such great entires and so many yummy looking dishes.