Kerepok Lekor Recipe In Photos

27 04 2010

On Saturday, my mother made kerepok lekor.

Kerepok lekor is a special food from Kuala Terangganu.

Kuala Terengganu is my parent’s hometown.

In Kuala Lumpur people do not sell fresh kerepok lekor.

So if we want to eat fresh kerepok lekor, we have to make them ourselves.

What we need to make kerepok lekor:

  • A bowl of fish.

  • A bowl of sago.

A bowl of sago

  • Some water.

  • Salt.

How to make kerepok lekor:

  1. First blend the fish without the bones.

    Blend the fish

  2. Mix the fish, sago and salt.

  3. Shape them so they become long cylinders.

    Shape them

  4. Boil them until cooked.

    Tadaa! Here is my mother's tasty kerepok lekor!

    Note: I snapped all of the photos above (except the last one) myself 🙂

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I Lost My First Baby Tooth

29 12 2009

On Sunday morning, 20th December 2009 I lost my first baby tooth.

Baby teeth are our first set of teeth.

We can also call them milk teeth.

When we grow up we’ll be having new teeth.

They are called permanent teeth.

This is how I lost my baby teeth:

In the morning we went to a farmer’s market and we bought some ‘keropok lekor’.

I ate ‘keropok lekor’ on the way home and when I was taking the last bite I saw my baby tooth on it!

I was surprised!

Fortunately I did not eat it together with the keropok.

I showed my mother my baby tooth.

My mother cleaned the tooth and keep it in a safe place.

Later when my big sisters came back home from their silat class I told them that I lost my tooth.

I am so happy that I had lost my first baby tooth.

Now I have another small permanent tooth and I think I’m going to loose another baby tooth soon 🙂






A Moment With English – Enjoying English

6 05 2009

On 3 /5 / 09 I took part in a program at Sekolah Kebangsaan Padang Hiliran (SKPH).

The name of the program was A Moment With English – Enjoying English

The program started at 9:00 AM and ended at 11.20 AM.

skph-audience

I read an article from my blog entitled the Swine Flu.

My big sister Kaman gave a speech about “The Creation Of Universe”.

Kaman also did a book reading.

She read ‘Budu Spell’ from a book ‘Growing Up In Terengganu’ by Awang Goneng.

My big sister Kashah did a story telling about a girl named Jannah.

My big sister Kafah sang a song about butterfly.ali-khalifahsong-skph

We sang two songs.

First was the ‘Khalifah Song’ and the next song was ‘Guantanamera‘.

The ‘Khalifah Song’ is an English song.

Guantanamera’ is a patriotic Spanish song from Cuba.

After the program we ate fried noodle keropok lekor.

The keropok lekor was tasty but the noodle was too spicy.

I met a lot of kakak and abang in SKPH and a lot of teachers too for example the Head Master and Teacher Siti.

All of them were very nice and I enjoyed visiting the school.ali-receive-cert-skph

I am very happy because Kak Syaza and Abang Kimi wrote comments in my blog 😉

I think there will be more programs in SKPH.

I love going to SKPH!

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More photo here: https://ahmadalikarim.wordpress.com/2009/05/09/enjoying-english-additional-photo/

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