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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Chap Goh Mei

I suppose to go to Kei Lok Si to snap some good pictures, then to Esplanade to snap some pictures of people throwing oranges. Too bad, I haven’t eaten a real meal and way too exhausted to go out again even though I’m not the one who drives.

So, instead of staying home and feel regret that I’d miss a lot of pictures and great moment, I plan to make something refreshing.

On my way back from paying RM4k to my foreman (major repair on my 10 year-old car), surveyed price for washing machine and oven and bought groceries at Sunshine, I remembered that I still have some lokam (mandarin orange) in the fridge. It’s getting very ripe now. Then, I remember that I’ve read about Lokam Juice here.

I dropped by at the grocery shop at the roadside and bought some lime and soda.

As soon as I reached home, I started peeling some lokam and cut the lime. 6 lokams with 3 limes. Then, I added some soda.

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The result: It’s so bitter! (maybe because people squash it, but I use the juice maker – together with the seed)

Any good advise?

Hope you have a wonderful Chap Goh Mei :)

 

P/s: Salam Maulidur Rasul kepada muslimin dan muslimah.

18 comments:

  1. Kuih bakul mana?..hehe..Biasa kuih bakul kan chap goh mei..

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  2. ad - eh ye tak ye gak kan. jap nak tanya :D

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  3. Just eat it bro. Don't drink it. :p

    Happy Chap Goh Meh to you too.

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  4. bijik memang kena buang..kulit limau nipis pun sebab kan pahit..

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  5. tekkaus - happy chap goh meh to you :) eh, my title is wrong write? :P

    because so many lokam at home, so i just want to give a try :)

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  6. axim - tu ler. tu pasal wahdi perah je kot. bengong tol aku. haha!

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  7. Haha..I echo Tekkaus' comment. Just eat the mandarin orange! :)

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  8. mei teng - hehe i got a lot of them in the fridge. i thought by making juice i can make variety lokam in solid form and liquid. but...

    er, maybe i should try squashing then?

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  9. I'm gonna echo both Tekkaus and Mei Teng's comments. Juz eat the mandarin oranges!! Haha!

    But if you must make juice, take out all the seeds first, then juice it - then won't be bitter : )

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  10. suituapui11:52 AM

    No Chap Goh Meh dinner? Where's ur darling??? If you were in Sibu,I would have invited you... Had po piah, pai tee!!! Yum! Yum!

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  11. foong - what about the white texture on the orange itself? i still think i must squash it rather than blend.

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  12. stp - i love pai tee! homemade?

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  13. buang biji dulu. or try seedless.

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  14. cahaya - patut blend or perah je?

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  15. Aiyoo bro! perah jusnya, yg hang blender biji ngan kulit tu mmg le pahit hehehe btw, den tak pakai limau hijau tu, pakai lemon besaq kuning+jus lokam+soda..takpe leh cuba lagi pasni huhu

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  16. wahdi - tu ler. lepas ni nak kena try lagi :)

    yang lemon tu sebab baca blog hang, tengok hang kata lime :P

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  17. Anonymous5:32 AM

    Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

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  18. anonymous, it will take a while maybe after exam to get me back to the track. hehe i mean snapping more pictures :)

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