I don't usually eat a lot during iftar, I always have combinations of dates, water, with nestum with milo, biscuits, currypuffs; any of this whichever I feel like eating. To me, since iftar is almost close to sleeping time, it would not be wise to indulge yourself too much. Or maybe it's just me. Because 2 weeks ago when I went back to Kerteh, I had terrible stomachache the next day. I can't even count how many times have I been in the toilet.
So, for me sahur is the best time to feasttt. But once in a while I do eat a lot for iftar. Just last Saturday I went for bukak puasa gathering with my high school buddies. It was the biggest turn out so far, almost 30 of us. Out of 120. hahaha, a grand reunion shall be in plan...
|My roommate in my last year at SESMA - the head student, Hisham KP as we fondly call him hahaha. Got back from Japan some 5 months ago.|
So, for today's sahur I made Udang Masak Kunyit, stir-fried cabbage, and scrambled eggs. Nothing special but preparing a dish like UMK was quite an achievement to me. Hohohoho...
|Udang Masak Kunyit. Thank you Mak for the prawns!|
|Stir fried cabbage, no salt, only oyster sauce.|
|Scrambled eggs topping my meal.|
Now, I'm wondering, people have bukak puasa gathering and all that, but why I haven't heard of sahur gathering? Wouldn't it be better, since you can eat a lot? =P