Sep
23
2015

Malacca’s Famous Chicken Rice Balls

I was back at my parent’s place in Malacca last weekend. My Dad will always make sure there is breakfast ready on the table each time his kids and grandchildren are home. If he buys something spicy such as nasi lemak or roti canai, he’ll make sure to buy a packet of noodles for Ethan and Ayden. 

He knows of Ayden’s latest fascination with fishballs so he went out of his way to get Malacca’s famous dish for us. 

When I woke up and get out of bed, I saw these mouth-watering chicken rice balls on the table. 
Chicken rice ball

Malacca’s chicken rice balls. It will definitely help fussy eaters to eat some rice. 

I super love the chicken. They are so soft and tender. 

The above two pictures are taken using my Samsung NX 500 camera. Nice kan? :D

Samsung NX 500

See? My camera also get to eat ^_^

Both Ethan and Ayden ate quite a lot of rice balls. They did not eat much of the chicken though. But Darling and I enjoyed the chicken a lot. 

My Dad is very cute. When I was sitting there staring at the chicken rice balls thinking if I should take a picture of it and finally decided to grab my camera, he said this to me, “Daddy took pictures of it already in case you wake up late and others started to dig in” and proceeded to show me the pictures of the chicken rice balls he took using his phone. LoL! So cute! That’s not all. My Mom told me when he got home with the chicken rice balls, he placed them onto some very nice plates. My Mom asked him why must he use those plates and he replied her, “In case Merryn wants to take pictures of them”. Aww… isn’t he the cutest thing? Haha. My parents definitely know me too well. My Mom even said, people say a prayer before they eat but Merryn will take pictures of her food instead -.-

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    So nice of your father, so understanding. I think most fathers are like that – they do not say much but one can see the love overflowing in the things that they do…not like women…yak…yak…yak… Muahahahahahaha!!!!

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      LoL. Oklah. True lah. You win lah :P

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    Your father is so loving, last time during exam time, my dad will leave a cup of milo on my table because he knows I am tired and hungry… I miss my dad

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      Aww. That’s so sweet of your dad.

      These days, my hubby will bring up a cup of milo for me every night when I’m busy blogging in the room with the sleeping kids ^_^

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    awww they are not cute but indeed super duper SWEET!!! everything they did they just thought of you and for you.. hmmm, that’s parents huh?? I guess you would do the same for Ethan and Ayden too.. :)

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      Err… we shall see :D

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    Taking pictures is the new prayers I reckon, hahaha! :D

    Those balls are tiny leh… getting tinier and tinier year over year >.< … My mom said those balls used to be made with one bowl of rice per ball and was as big as a fist.

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      Eh, if those balls are as big as a bowl I oso dunwan. How to pop into my mouth like that? I don’t have such big a mouth >_<

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    Big E asked me to bring her to Melaka just to eat this famous chicken rice balls.

    I told her no need to go so far, i tapao nasi ayam and then shape it into rice ball or can ask teacher Merryn buat.

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      Oit. Haha. These balls must be shaped when they are piping hot. I kenot… LoL.

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    Haha. Cute dad!! But he is a very understanding blogger’s dad.

    I love chicken rice balls. I am hoping to visit Malacca again and enjoy the authentic Malacca chicken rice balls.

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      Come, come to Malacca. Let me know oso so we can plan a trip down too :)

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    chicken rice balls.. that sounds so good.. I know fishballs and chickenballs.. I used to buy them as they are one of the most common streetfoods here in my country….

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    Ala.. uncle so sweet…. and I am same like the boys.. I usually ignore the chicken as well.. LOL.

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    Your father understands you so well. The plates he used are very nice with woven baskets underneath them. Live in Malacca sure has a lot of tasty food to eat.

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    ya wor, my family also know me well too, family of a blogger, no choice LOL
    PS: Sam reluctant to eat the rice ball when she first tried on it on my last visit, she ask why the rice in such shape =.=”

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