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Happiness is found in claypot rice September 19, 2006

Posted by asianpixmen in Culture, Food, Malaysia, People, Places.

There are numerous claypot stalls in Klang Valley. This particular one is fairly popular. It is opposite the old Rex Theatre in Chinatown.

Sidedishes are on place-to-order basis. Claypot is best taken about five minutes after it’s lifted from the burning stove. In the old days, charcoal was used. Apparently, the slow burn is a factor in the fragrance of the cooked rice.



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