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Homemade Salmon and Potato Patties

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Love cooking, love my grocer-ing. Even though I love eating out so much and having constant food reviews, I always make sure that I do some cooking once awhile at home. Dishing out food at your private time can be such a blessing and defintely a peace theraphy. Cooking can be as good as conducting meditation. So this time I managed to recycle the left-overs in my fridge, the pan fried salmon and also the potatoes tucked quietly at the corner of the fridge. I decided to have something simple and tasty, making patties. Mashed them up, balled them up, flatten them and gave them a slow pan fried till golden brown.

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Rempah Ratus Nasi Lemak Restaurant & Cafe, Puchong

We had wanted to explore the food in the Puchong area for ages and we were lucky enough to be invited to dine at this restaurant Rempah Ratus Nasi Lemak Restaurant And Cafe. This restaurant is just located opposite of the IOI mall. The setting reminded me of a kampug style simple dining and you can smell fragrant spices as you walk in.

The restaurant serves a variety of malay dishes “hidangan” style. We were welcome by Chef Raizal, the resident chef of this restaurant who had prepared some awesome dishes. We were served with starter, Thai Fish Cakes (RM5.80 per serving) with Thai sweet chilli sauce. We love this little fish paste as they were tasty, delicious and went very well with the sweet Thai chilli sauce.

The main dishes came once we finished the starter, the first dish was the Chicken Green Curry in Claypot (RM8 per serving). It was cooked perfectly and the sauce was gorgeous and went well with the white rice. We were informed that Chef Raizal made his own green curry paste from green chillies, coriander, cummin, lemongrass and shrimp paste. We just adored the sauce, lovely!

Next was the siakap fish cooked in 3 tastes, hot, sour and sweet (RM18 per serving). The hotness came from the chillies, sourness came from the lime juice and sweetness came from the palm sugar. The siakap fish was deep fried and then coated with the sauce.

Lastly we had the stir fried kangkung with sambal (RM8 per serving). This dish had the shrimp paste taste and with a bit of chilli but not too hot.

Overall, I like this restaurant as it gave me a very homely feeling and reminded me of my growing up. I will definitely be back for their Green Thai Curry. Rempah Ratus Nasi Lemak Restaurant & Café also do catering services for any occasions and also into ready-to-eat packed food for retail, wholesale and outdoor events.

Rempah Ratus Nasi Lemak Restaurant & Café
No 33, Jalan Kenari 17C
Bandar Puchong Jaya
47100 Puchong
Selangor Dahrul Ehsan
Tel/Fax: 03-80765371

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