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Saturday, 28 September 2019

Chinese Rojak Snack At A Roadside Stall, Bercham

One afternoon, my friends and I had an enjoyable afternoon snack a roadside stall in Bercham. This roadside stall is selling Chinese rojak (salad Chinese style) in front of No. 947, Lorong Bercham 1,  Kampung Bercham, Bercham.

The first time I came to know about this popular Chinese rojak was from a friend who stayed in Bercham. Customers queue in line for this delicious rojak. The stall opens for business at about 2.30 pm to 3.00 pm. It so happened that both times we were there, there was no long queue.
 We had just eaten our lunch and just want something to munch on. Someone suggested rojak and that was how we came to this place.
 Chinese rojak is a mixture of assorted fruits such as yam bean, cucumber, green mangoes, pineapples, guava, water spinach, prawn crackers and etc. It is mixed with a thick sweet black sauce and chili paste  and topped with ground peanuts.
 This is one of our favourite snacks.
 When I was young, I used to lick clean all the remaining sauce from the plate which I don't do now.
 One of the hazy mornings at 7:20 am.
During one of my early morning walks, I passed by these 2 dogs. Both were seated at the edge of the walking path and both were facing the same direction. Something interesting must have captured their attention.

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

I close my letter with these last words: Be happy. Grow in Christ.
Pay attention to what I have said. Live in harmony and peace.
And may the God of love and peace be with you.
(2 Corinthians 13:11, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. Now I am missing Chinese rojak. Haha.

    Happy weekends!!

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  2. Long time didn't eat chinese rojak, not easy to find really nice ones here. Enjoy your weekends nancy.

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    1. Same here too. Only a few places that is worth going to. Happy new week!

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  3. si que es interesante los perros mirando, jajaja, y esa comida nunca la había visto

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  4. Have never heard of or had chinese rojak...it does look lipsmackingly delicious.

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    1. It is some sort of fruit rojak. Very delicious.

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  5. Hello, the Rojak is new to me. It is nice to see the thumbs up, everyone liked the meal. Cute capture of the dogs! Thanks for linking up and sharing your post! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend! PS, thank you for the comment!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen for hosting. Happy new week to you!

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  6. I am glad you and your friends enjoyed your snack.

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  7. I love Chinese rojak too! It is so addictive, I can eat it everyday :)

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    1. We love it too but have to cut down because of the sweet sauce.

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  8. ...looks like a thumbs up place!

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    1. Yes, customers are willing to queue for as long as 30 to 45 minutes.

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  9. Oh come on Nancy, you know that you want to lick the bowl. LOL See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Ha Ha Paul, oh yes i would love too but was held back because the sauce is too sweet for me.

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  10. I am glad you described this dish. We have nothing like it here!

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  11. I like to eat this fruit rojak but not too much sauce.

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    1. Just enough sauce and lots of ground peanuts.

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  12. Se ve que os gusta mucho. Un beso.

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  13. Que delicioso se veía todo y que bonito blog.

    -Geeky Freaky / Sempiterna.

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  14. I love these cute dogs and the beautiful scripture you used at the end of your post! Hugs!

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  15. Fruit with a nice sauce and peanuts, that sounds like a wonderful treat.

    Now i will wonder what the dogs were looking at so intently.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. The were probably looking at their owner cleaning up an altar placed under a tree.

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  16. I'd finish up the sauce! Just did that yesterday except with a fork and not with my tongue since I was outside. :)

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    1. No I would scoop up the peanuts, not so much the sauce. Lol!

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  17. I'm glad that you were able to get your snack without too much waiting. It sounds delicious. I would like to know more about why you have hazy mornings. Is it due to mist or fog? Have a good week ahead.

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    1. Thank you, dear. The sky is clearer these days due to the rain. The haze will only stop if the burning stops in our neighbour country. Every year the farmers there take the easy way to clear the area by burning and every year the neighbouring countries have to suffer the haze. Hope something can be done to stop the burning in future.

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  18. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

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  19. Sounds so nice many people would like this

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    1. Yes, many people love this and willing to queue up for a plate of delicious snack.

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