Easy-to-cook beef dish offers deep caramel flavour and spicy kick


By Ian Lau

It looked extremely appetising, and I was drawn to the fusion of flavours that I had not expected from a Malay dish.

Daging masak hitam is popular in the northern states of Penang and Perak, and is usually served during sahur or iftar during Ramadan. This dish may be included as part of the Hari Raya spread, but it is usually reserved for the family meal, while guests are served rendang.

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Retro Recipe , Kuali , Daging masak hitam

   

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