A Singaporean who was recently in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia posted photos of a Malaysian hunk cooking Lemang in a farm.
Lemang is a traditional Malay food made of glutinous or sticky rice with coconut milk and some salt then wrapped and cooked in hallow bamboo shafts.
The bamboo is placed upright over the flames. They are turned around to let the rice cook evenly. It usually takes 4 to 5 hours for the Lemang to cook.
Lemang is popular dish in Indonesia and Malaysia during the Eid festivals such as Eid-ul Fitr and Eid-ul Adha.
The Malaysian hunk also harvested some Durian in time for the Hari Raya Eidul Fitri or Feast of End of Ramadam.
But still this Chinese Malaysian hunk sells Durian like hotcakes!
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