October 4, 2015
Sibu Tales : Buttered Rice and Butter Fried Rice
Butter was a novelty in the early days of Sibu.
In my family at Kung Ping Road, we always enjoyed lots of butter and bread since my father loved bread for his breakfast.
The Gold Churn tin of butter would last some time. Once the butter was almost finished we would either make fried rice, or just mix our hot rice in the tin and that was for one person.
the fried rice was a nice evening meal, accompanied by a kang kong soup or cangkok manis food.
Love the aroma of butter and hot rice.
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