Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Mix your own rojak.

From prepacked ;)

What you need:
2 x pack pre-cut miscellaneous fruits that usually go into rojak.

2 x pack fried crunchy crackers

2 x pack rojak sauce

Pour cut fruits into large mixing bowl, cover with lots of rojak sauce.

Using a large wooden spatula, mix until cut fruits are well coated with rojak sauce.
Do not overmix, or sauce will become watery.

Sprinkle with lightly crushed crackers.

Dig in!

This mix-your-own-rojak episode has been brought to you by your friendly Damansara Jaya medan selera rojak stall. RM3 for a small portion, RM4 for a large portion.

After reading numerous reviews I thought I'd give this place a try when I was in the area a few weeks back collecting my contacts. What do I think of it compared to my favourite Damansara Uptown rojak?

Pros: I like that they seperate the sauce from the fruits, makes it easier for me to take home and eat later. Also, I must say that the sauce is really much nicer than the Uptown stall's.

Cons: The packs didn't come with my favourite fried 'yau char kwai'. Also missing is the yummy dried cuttlefish and squid.

I think my idea of the perfect rojak would be the Damansara Jaya rojak sauce with the Damansara Uptown ingredients. But right now I'll settle for rojak from any of the two areas. They're both good stuff.

Rojak Stall
Opposite Atria, outside the medan selera
Damansara Jaya

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boo_licious said...

LOL, I guess mix yr own is always the best since it combines all your personal preferences. I like the fruits in this one, very nice and juicy.

~Bee Nee~ said...

boo_licious: Agreed. And the fruits are in nice big chunks too.

xin said...

If i go penang, i will surely buy the rojak sauce from there and DIY rojak myself. :D there is always a serious parking prob around DJ, it is impossible to find parking there unless u park in atria there.

~Bee Nee~ said...

xin: yeah that's true I usually end up parking in atria. Go during weekends la it's not so bad then =)