Breaking the Ramadan fast with Spiced...

Breaking the Ramadan fast with Spiced Chickpeas

There are 10 comments on the Ann Arbor.com story from Aug 1, 2011, titled Breaking the Ramadan fast with Spiced Chickpeas. In it, Ann Arbor.com reports that:

Islam's holiest month, Ramadan , began last night. Tonight at sundown, therefore, will be the end of the first day of fasting, with denial of food and water during daylight hours this month being one of the Five Pillars of Islam .

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Pawn-King-Nine

San Francisco, CA

#1 Aug 1, 2011
Lol! Very important...

But I still prefer Scent's chicken Kabsa...
Jet Jockey

Anaheim, CA

#2 Aug 1, 2011
Should've been 'Breaking the Ramadan fast with Bak kut teh'
Pawn-King-Nine

San Francisco, CA

#3 Aug 1, 2011
Jet Jockey wrote:
Should've been 'Breaking the Ramadan fast with Bak kut teh'
Well, I tried their lamb version of bak kut teh, which tastes pretty good, but nothing beats the pork version!
Jet Jockey

Anaheim, CA

#4 Aug 1, 2011
Pawn-King-Nine wrote:
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Well, I tried their lamb version of bak kut teh, which tastes pretty good, but nothing beats the pork version!
Weird. Never knew they had lamb version of bak kut teh. Somebody should invent a new recipe, halal pork kebab.

Since: Oct 06

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#5 Aug 1, 2011
Pawn-King-Nine wrote:
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Well, I tried their lamb version of bak kut teh, which tastes pretty good, but nothing beats the pork version!
recipe please!
Pawn-King-Nine

San Francisco, CA

#6 Aug 1, 2011
Trisha wrote:
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recipe please!
lol! you don't need recipe if you want to simplify your life...

you can get pre-mixed "tea bag" from chinese grocery stores and drop it into boiling water with your fav meat + salt/soy source & some garlics.
Pawn-King-Nine

San Francisco, CA

#7 Aug 1, 2011
Trisha wrote:
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recipe please!
but if you want to DIY, you can find a lot of recipes on line, not sure which one is good because I have not attempted to mix it myself...

here's one:

http://rasamalaysia.com/recipe-bak-kut-teh-po...
Pawn-King-Nine

San Francisco, CA

#8 Aug 1, 2011
lol! Trisha, forget my last link, the "recipe" it lists include the "pre-packed" mix :)

Since: Oct 06

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#9 Aug 1, 2011
Pawn-King-Nine wrote:
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lol! you don't need recipe if you want to simplify your life...
you can get pre-mixed "tea bag" from chinese grocery stores and drop it into boiling water with your fav meat + salt/soy source & some garlics.
I do most from scratch, thanks Kiddo.

Looks sort of like a pork stew, only thinner. I may try it...we'll see.

Since: Oct 06

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#10 Aug 1, 2011
Pawn-King-Nine wrote:
lol! Trisha, forget my last link, the "recipe" it lists include the "pre-packed" mix :)
It's the herb mixture that is pre-packed? That would be fine, if I could find it or at least know the herbs. I ask about the recipe because I find all types of cooking fascinating.

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