Aunty Sham’s Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru Returns!!!

On Sunday, I went to Kampung Baru to check if Aunty Sham sells her tasty Bubur Lambuk.

And she did!

Please do not miss it. Aunty Sham’s bubur lambuk stall is here!

Aunty Sham’s Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru is cooked using the original recipe like the famous Bubur Lambuk from the Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru.

Here is where her stall is located. Named Bubur Lambuk Warisan Kak Sham, her stall is the second on the left (with a red canopy) from the Jalan Raja Abdullah-Jalan Raja Alang traffic lights; in front of the Al-Islam Specialist Hospital and opposite the Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru.

Please click the above image to get a clearer picture of the location of Aunty Sham’s stall.

Aunty Sham’s Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru is very, very, very delicious and the best in Kampung Baru.

I’m looking at the tasty, steaming bubur lambuk in a huge pot.

Cooking Bubur Lambuk in those huge pots is a very, very, very hard work.

We need to always stir the Bubur Lambuk so that it won’t get burnt at the bottom part of the pot.

One needs to be very patient to cook the Bubur Lambuk because it gets really hot especially during the hot day and one can feel very thirsty.

The delicious aromas of the spices can make you very hungry too 🙂

And it takes a very long time for a huge pot of delicious Bubur Lambuk to be cooked.

Normally Aunty Sham’s first huge pot of Bubur Lambuk is ready by 12 noon.

Cooked and packed bubur lambuk.

There are lots and lots of Bubur Lambuk stalls in Kampung Baru during Ramadhan.

And it will be sad to drive all the way to Kampung Baru for a delicious Bubur Lambuk but taking home those that are not tasty at all for iftar.

Ramadhan won’t feel the same without Aunty Sham’s bubur lambuk.

And a very big thank you to Aunty Sham, for cooking my favourite Ramadhan food for Iftar :mrgreen:

To get to Aunty Sham’s stall, please look for the banner, ‘Bubur Lambuk Warisan Kak Sham’, her stall is the second on the left (with a red canopy) from the Jalan Raja Abdullah-Jalan Raja Alang traffic lights; in front of the Al-Islam Specialist Hospital and opposite the Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru.

Please look for the right banner because there are sellers who said that their Bubur Lambuk are the same as Bubur Lambuk Kak Sham.

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How To Cook Bubur Lambuk In Pictures

Cooking bubur lambuk is a hard work.

Please click here for my latest post on Kg Baru Bubur Lambuk: ‘Aunty Sham’s Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru Returns!!!’

Bubur lambuk is the most popular food for iftar during Ramadhan days in Malaysia.(Please click here for the best bubur lambuk in Kampung Baru.)

These are the ingredients for Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru:

  1. rice

  2. spices

  3. onion

  4. beef

  5. lots of water, some salt and black pepper

  6. celery, green onion and fried shallots

How to cook bubur lambuk:

First we fry sliced onions and the spices.

Next we add the water and the minced beef.

Add the rice into the hot soup and keep stirring until done.

Aunty Sham let me try stirring the bubur lambuk. It is hard work and it is very, very hot.

We have to stir and stir and stir.

The bubur lambuk is almost cooked.

When the porridge is cooked, put in the celery, green onion and fried shallot.

Slices of celery, green onion and fried shallots.

Stir again and you’re done.

Now you can eat the delicious Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru :mrgreen:

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This pot of bubur lambuk is ready to be enjoyed by bubur lambuk lovers.

The Best Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru

Aunty Sham’s bubur lambuk is the best bubur lambuk in Kampung Baru.

Please click here for my latest post on Kg Baru Bubur Lambuk: ‘Aunty Sham’s Bubur Lambuk Kampung Baru Returns!!!’

Looking for the best and original bubur lambuk(please click here) in Kuala Lumpur?

Yesterday my family and I went to Kampung Baru to buy Aunty Sham’s bubur lambuk(please click here) for iftar.

Aunty Sham’s stall is in the red square.

Aunty Sham’s bubur lambuk Kampung Baru is very, very, very delicious.

A steaming hot bubur lambuk in a huge pot.

And Aunty Sham’s bubur lambuk is the best bubur lambuk in Kampung Baru.

Cooking bubur lambuk is a very, very, very hard work.

We need to always stir the bubur lambuk so that it won’t get burnt at the bottom part of the pot.

Aunty Sham stirring her bubur lambuk. This row of huge pots of bubur lambuk are sold out very fast.

This is the first time I stir food in a huge pot.

It was very, very, very, very, very, very hot at the time I stir the bubur lambuk.

Aunty Sham let me try stirring the bubur lambuk.

It takes a very long time for the bubur lambuk to be cooked.

Thank you Aunty Sham, for cooking my favourite Ramadhan dish :mrgreen:

This pot of bubur lambuk is ready to be packed.
Each pack of bubur lambuk is sold at RM2.00.

Aunty Sham had been selling her bubur lambuk every Ramadhan for years and years at the same place across the Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru and in front of the Al Islam Specialist Hospital‘s new building.

In fact, Aunty Sham’s bubur lambuk is already popular even before I was born at the Al Islam Specialist Hospital or Kampung Baru Medical Centre 🙂

Aunty Sham’s stall is in front of the Al Islam Specialist Hospital.
A banner at Aunty Sham’s stall.

Ramadhan Mubarak

Ramadhan Al-Mubarak to all visitors!

In Malaysia, this is the time for the ‘bubur lambuk’ lovers to eat their favourite ‘bubur lambuk’ for iftar.(Please click here for the ‘bubur lambuk Kampung Baru’ recipe)

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Solat Tarawih

Now is Ramadan; the Muslim’s holy month.

During Ramadan we fast, perform the solat Tarawih and read the Quran.

We perform the solat Tarawih only in Ramadan.

When we do the solat Tarawih, we will get lots of extra rewards from Allah.

But first we need to pray our daily solats:

  1. Subuh 2 raka’ats

  2. Zohor 4 raka’ats

  3. Asar 4 raka’ats

  4. Maghrib 3 raka’ats

  5. Isyak 4 raka’ats

I think it’s easier to mark the raka’ats on a piece of paper in case we forget how many raka’ats we had prayed.

When I  perform the solat Tarawih, I pray 20 raka’ats.

That means I pray ten times because each of the prayer has 2 raka’ats.

People usually pray the solat Tarawih 8 raka’ats or 20 raka’ats.

After the solat Tarawih, I first do the solat Witir 2 raka’ats.

After that I solat Witir 1 raka’at.

The total raka’ats in solat Tarawih is in even numbers but the raka’ats of solat Witir must be in odd numbers.