Wednesday, November 12, 2014

SS2 Goreng Pisang

A deep fried chempedak or cempedak (Artocarpus integer). Very tasty. It has no English name I think. The tree is in the same genus as breadfruit and jackfruit and some people say the fruit tastes of a hint of durian which I don't find it so. 4 seeds only for MYR5.

Deep fried Nian Gao (chinese new year sticky cake) - MYR2.20

Thick pieces of Nian Gao and the sweet potatoes and Yam.


This is the stall in One Utama

I have not been to their original stall in SS2 but I am happy that they have a stall in One Utama so that I can get to taste their tasty deep fried food. They have other types of deep fried food too. Yes, I know. I am supposed to not eat deep fried food at all but once in a blue moon, I excuse myself to indulge in this tasty morsel.

28 comments:

  1. I also like fried cempedak.. I can eat 20 at one go! Sekali makan cannot stop, but it's not cheap, so yes, I will only buy RM5 worth each time..

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  2. My daughter would love all these, not me. She's so into deep fried stuff. Says that anything deep-fried is bound to be nice.

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    1. Has she eaten deep fried Mars Bar before? I think she would like it.

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  3. oh?? this goreng pisang is very famous?? I have not tried it before.. the "nian gao" looks good, but I would have to say, it is VERY expensive indeed..

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  4. the one I used to patronize is a stall opposite YMCA at Brickfields.. they have nice pisang goreng and fried nian gao which often sees people lining up to purchase.. since they increased price to like RM0.90 for the banana and RM1.20 for the nian gao, I did not buy anymore..

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    1. I have seen the stall you mentioned but not bought anything from there before.

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  5. Oh? This is in 1-Utama? Gee I must look for it! I wonder if the original is the lady operating under the tree in SS2. My aunt says that she has the best goreng pisang and fried nian gao. I have tried it before and I love the nian gao.

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    1. LOL..i was thinking of the under the tree punya too

      there is one one in the SS2 monday pasar malam...Think was selling 4-5 pieces for RM8. Maybe it's that one. Once LS thought wanna buy...when we asked the price...terkejut. have to qoute STP "No thank you".

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    2. This one is the one near Nasi Kayu Kandar, SS2. Not sure under a tree or not but not the pssar malam one.

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  6. Mm hai gua? Goreng pisang also can franchise? @.@

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    1. Did they mention franchise in their website?

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    2. Oh, not franchise? I don't know, I just jumped into conclusions LOL!

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    3. I think the grandchildren operate this stall in one utama.

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  7. Where's the goreng pisang? I love fried cempedak! RM2.20 a pc does seem expensive but the nian gao looks quite thick. It's ok to indulge in fried food...once in a while!

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    1. I did not buy goreng pisang this time because I can only eat two pieces.

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  8. Hmm...i wonder is the SS2 stall under the tree.

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  9. Eh, got goreng pisang in 1u meh? Where is it?

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  10. I bought from here too once but dislike it as they are too oily. The oil was literally dripping. They did not give me a paper to absorb the oil oso. I was so disappointed.

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    1. Yours must be straight out of the wok.

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  11. I not really fancy fried cempedak but I like banana fritters and fried nian gao. Hehe.

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    1. Fresh cempedak you also don't like I assume?

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  12. I am a lover of fried cempedak, banana fritters and fried nian gao.

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    1. They sure are tasty if fried correctly.

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