Posts Tagged With 'raya'

  • May
  • 06
  • 2020

Eid 2020 | Eid Bunting Flags

Eid 2020 | Eid Bunting Flags

 

Materials you will need

1. This printable template (print as many as you wish)
2. Scissors
3. Ribbon or string
4. Hole punch

 

 

**Upon clicking the download button, you adhere to my policies. This file is strictly for personal use ONLY. Which means you can print as many times as long as it is for your own use, not for commercial (profit making) or as part of a finished sale product. Prohibited to resell and/or distribute this file, digitally or in printed form.**


  • May
  • 01
  • 2020

Eid 2020 | Money Packets

Eid 2020 | Money Packets

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Download previous years money packet

2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018


  • Jul
  • 31
  • 2019

2019 Eid Printable | Gift Tags

Printable DIY Eid Gift Tags


Spruce up your eid gifts with these cute tags. These brown paper wrappers or white wrappers make the gift tags ‘pop’ to make a statement! You can also add them to your Eid lolly/gift bags as well.

Upon clicking the download button, you adhere to my policies. This file is strictly for personal use ONLY. Which means you can print as many times as long as it is for your own use, not for commercial (profit making). Prohibited to resell and/or distribute this file, digitally or in printed form.


  • Jun
  • 12
  • 2017

Week 3 | Eid Lantern

Printable DIY Eid Mini Triangular Paper Lantern (Template)

 *You may download this printable at the end of the post*

My mini lanterns would be the most enjoyable activity for kids to do! My eldest saw I printed a stack of them, and she was super excited to make it after school!

You can still download my previous years Eid Lanterns below:

2013  |  Confetti: Lime, Yellow, Orange

2014 |  Golden Marrakesh: Mint and Gold

2015  |  Geo Scandi: Black and Pink

2016  |  Confetti: Pastel colourful

Click here for  STEP BY STEP GUIDE

These are the materials needed to make this DIY Paper Lantern Eid Project.

1. This printable template
2. A4 White cardstock (preferably thick)
3. Ruler
4. Cutter knife (or scissors)
5. Double sided tape (or glue)
6. Hole punch
7. Ribbon or string

Upon clicking the download button, you adhere to my policies. This file is strictly for personal use ONLY. This means you can print it as many times as you wish, as long as it is for your own use, not for commercial (profit making) or as part of a finished (to sell) product. Prohibited to resell and/or distribute this file, digitally or in printed form.


  • Aug
  • 31
  • 2011

raya madness // malaysian vegetarian lontong

Yet another Eid/Raya favourite,  a vegetarian soup dish with rice cubes (I only say vegetarian as its served with no meat pieces but theres shrimps paste and chicken stock in it!).

My version is a little bit red as I went a bit nuts with the chilli, but technically the colour of the soup is supposed to be yellow.  Usually I’d make the rice cubes/nasi impit myself, but ever since I found them at the asian grocers, I no longer make them. I don’t usually take shortcuts, but its just rice and they all taste the same, no?

 


 

RECIPE FOR MALAYSIAN VEGETARIAN LONTONG
Adapted from 3 Hungry Tummies, with slight changes

Serves: 6
Prep time: 30 mins
Cook time: 30 mins

Ingredients

For the paste:
5 dried chillies, seeds removed and soaked in hot water for 30mins
2 red chillies
6 candle nuts
4 garlic cloves
6 shallots
1.5 tbsp turmeric powder
1cm piece of shrimp paste (belacan), toasted
30g dried shrimp, soaked in hot water for a couple of mins

Other ingredients:
15 small packets of rice cubes
1 cup long green beans, cut into 5cm long
1 large carrot, cut into 5 cm thin strips
1/2 cabbage, cut into pieces
400ml coconut milk
1 cup chicken stock
3 kaffir lime leaves
1 packet bean curd sticks, softened with boiling water for 5mins
3 tbsp oil
salt, to taste


Method

1. In a medium size pot with water,  boil rice cubes  for an hour (follow instructions on packet). Remove and leave to completely cool before refrigerating for 2 hours. Rice cubes need to set firmly before cutting.

2. Cut all the vegetables and blend the ingredients to make the paste.

3. In a medium pot, heat up oil and saute the blended ingredients until oil separates.

4. Add coconut milk, chicken stock and kaffir lime leaves and bring to a boil.

5. Put the vegetables and bean curd sticks; and simmer on a low heat for 15 minutes. Season well with salt.

6. Serve with some cut rice cubes for a one pot meal.

 

Click ‘Read More’ below to print out the recipe and leave a comment.

 

 

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