Dapur MakCik Kiah
KEEPING MAKCIK KIAH'S MEMORY ALIVE
The late Makcik Kiah operated a warung in Kampung Tengah, Kuantan, Pahang in the ’70s as a means to feed her family. With the help of her children, they sold pisang goreng, home made keropok lekor, nasi lemak and all kinds of Malay kuih.
With sales from the stall, Makcik Kiah’s family was the first to own a colour TV in 1979 and they became the first in the
village to have a phone line in their house! This was a real luxury in those days.
Now, reminiscing her legacy, we are bringing back her old recipes for everyone to try.
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- Sambal Balado
- Sambal hijau
- Sambal Penyet
- Chili Paste Natural (Multi Purpose)
- Cili Jeruk (Pickled Chili)
- Rice with patin Tempoyak
- International range
- Malay Range
- Chinese Range
- Thai Range
- Japanese Range
- Indonesian Range
- Patin Tempoyak
- Aya Penyet
- Kerepek Pisang Natural
- Kerepek Pisang Cheese
- Kerepek Pisang Sour Cream & Onion
- Kerepek Pisang Hot Spicy
- Kerepek Keledek Ungu
- Kerepek Keledek Vitato
- Kerepek Keledek Cheese
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You know those days when you just get hit by the craving to have something yummy and super spicy, but not too spicy that it hurts your mouth? Or how about days when you’re too tired to make dinner and all you have is enough energy to heat up some white rice and fry an egg?
In times like these, Makcik Kiah’s sambals are the things you will wish you had with you. And trust us, once you’ve tried it, there’s no turning back.
The one that started it all.
Makcik Kiah’s original killer sambal that’s as versatile to pair as your favourite denim jeans.
Did you know that green chillies are chillies that haven’t yet ripened enough to turn red?
Eaten raw, they have a slightly distinct taste from their more matured selves. In Makcik’s sambal though, they taste just as good.
Yes, you are right if you think that this variaton of Makcik’s sambal will go excellently well with deep fried chicken.
If you think that this sambal will go well with everything else that’s deep fried, then yes, you are also right.