Auto-ethnographic Research Podcast: Coconut Agar-agar Jellies (Part 2)

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Coconut Agar-agar Jellies

COCUnut Agar Source: SBS

Tutorial: Hot Thai Kitchen.com

Screen Shot 2018-09-27 at 11.29.14 AM Source: https://hot-thai-kitchen.com/coconut-agar-agar-jelly/

Recipe:

Screen Shot 2018-09-27 at 11.39.01 AM Source: https://hot-thai-kitchen.com/coconut-agar-agar-jelly/

Tutorial Video

Tepung Pelita, a traditional Malay cuisine: (Malaysia)

Kuih-Tepung-Pelita-Asli Source: Facebook

How a typical Ramadan Bazar looks like (Malaysia)

bazaar-ramadhan-taman-tun-dr-ismail-ttdi3 Note: This is in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia’s capital city), not Johor Bahru (South Malaysia / near Singapore’s Border )

20161117_121609 An epic picture of me in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2016)

Screen Shot 2018-09-29 at 2.16.31 PM
South Malaysia (Johor) – Singapore Border. Source: Google Maps

Nata De Coco (The Philipines)

1200px-Nata_de_coco Source: Google

Different Flavors for the Nata De Coco

Natade coco Source: Facebook

Pandan Leaves

pandan-leaves Source: Google

Fun Fact: The real name of this leaves is:

Pandanus Amaryllifolius

The sweet aroma of the leaves is the reason why its really popular in a lot more south east asian cuisines like:

Pandan Cake 

Pandan cake Source: Twitter

Nasi Lemak: A signature dish in Malaysia

Nasi Lemaks.jpg Source: Facebook

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