Aunty Margaret’s Rojak

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fruit rojak

This is the original recipe with credits to Bern’s aunty Margaret. (Thank you Auntie for the inspirations!) Rojak is usually a snack eaten at any time of the day. It’s a little sweet and sour with a little fishy spur at the end. I used to take it home from the stall after school hours to lift up my taste buds. There’s Indian rojak, Malay rojak, Penang rojak. Back home, we’ve been pretty particular about the cleanliness of the stalls. A bad rojak can give you a real bad stomach if not careful. Too bad I wasn’t able to get “eu char kuay” for this. Better planning for me, the next time round.

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Originating from the land of the assam laksa, she is home-based in southern Germany. Authentic asian cooking challenges her to bring fond foodie memories of home in her kitchen.

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