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Saturday, 22 September 2012

Cheesy Lekor @ Keropok Lekor B.T.B 2209

Keropok lekor or fish crackers usually made with fish, sago flour, salt, sugar and seasoning. The delicious taste had lured the people especially Malaysian to like it and make it as a snack during tea time.

However, keropok lekor also went through an innovation process to suit the flavor with current time. Cheesy lekor or fish cracker with cheese inside was the latest product from the famous and most popular keropok lekor shop in Kuala Terengganu called Keropok Lekor B.T.B 2209 which was located at Bukit Tok Beng, Seberang Takir.

According to the owner of the shop, Mohd Nazir Mohd Dagang, 36, the new flavour was introduced on July during the fasting month and the response was quite good.

"People outside Terengganu can accept the new flavour of keropok lekor but for the local, they need time to adjust with the new taste. They hardly accept it as the fish flavour was lost when added to cheese, but we will continue to promote and introduce the cheesy lekor to the customer," he said.

Mohd Nazir said the cheese which diced into cube  will pour into the fish mixture and then shaped it into a small size before being boiled and fried.

It was sold at RM1 for three cheesy lekor and best served with chilli dip or cheese sauce.

Keropok lekor with chilli dip

See the sign "ADA"? It means that you are lucky, they still got the keropok lekor, but if it turns to "HABIS" you can try the next day.

Each keropok lekor is nicely weight

After it was shape into small sizes, the keropok lekor will be boiled for half an hour under the firewood.

Once boiled, it will let to be cool and packed

A nice and friendly worker will welcome you at the shop 

And not to forget, every pack of keropok lekor you buy, sweet and spicy chilli dip will be given free

Those who interested to buy the keropok lekor and cheesy lekor can drop by at :



Thursday, 20 September 2012

Pasar Besar Kedai Payang

Pasar Payang or Pasar Besar Kedai Payang is a big market in Kuala Terengganu, facing the South China Sea and it was one of the tourist attraction places in Terengganu.

Pasar Payang consists of two-storey complex building. At the ground level, there are wet markets selling fish, poultry and vegetables as well as local traditional cuisine such as variety of fish crackers, cakes, egg turtles and candies.

While the upper level, there are stalls selling clothes, batik and Malay songket. Souveniers such as fridge magnets, keychains and turtle soft toys are also available in that level.

Although disable, the woman still need to make a living