While many of us head to local Ramadan bazaars looking for our favourite kueh or ayam percik, it’s also hard to resist some of the more unusual offerings. We’ve seen, for example, pasar specialities like potato swirls, rainbow cake and maggi goreng burger patties popping up in recent years. These innovations often become a hot item across various bazaars.With that in mind, our team came up with six imagined mega snacks that we would like to see at our local pasar Ramadan this year. These culinary hybrids don’t exist – at least, not yet – but we can still dream.Sambal Apam BalikWe’re used to seeing apam balik with sweet fillings like corn and peanut butter. How about a savoury version? Imagine biting into the soft pancake and having molten, spicy mess of sambal and cheese inside, or even rendang. We’re drooling just thinking about it.Roti Jala PopiahRoti jala and popiah are two favourites in almost any Ramadan bazaar. Imagine what glorious combination it would make – delicious popiah fillings covered in delicate roti jala, instead of the usual rice pastry skins. Not only does this sound tempting, it would definitely save you the time from having to queue up at two separate stalls to get both delicacies.
Illustrations by Lyn Ong. Words by the Poskod.MY team.What’s your idea for a future Pasar Ramadan mega snack?
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