Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Fresh milk Dadih

When we were back in Sg. Petani last week, we went out for lunch before going to Tesco to do our weekly shopping. On the way to Tesco, my hubby stopped by the roadside to buy some malay "dessert"....turns out to be dadih made from fresh milk. It is located in front of a government operated milk processing facility, in a milk bottle shaped stall.



The dadih is packed into a small cup with seal, selling at RM1.20 each. There are several flavour available such as corn, chocolate, strawberry and milk. We love the original milk flavoured dadih as it has the pure milky taste. Yum, yum.


The ingredient is quite simple....fresh milk, jelly, corn flour, sugar and a pinch of salt. It should be kept refrigerated and best served cold.

We bought 3 cups and before long it is all gone!

15 comments:

gill gill said...

pretty interesting! is it tasty? where is this located? probably can drop by once in Sg. Petani. Do you have any SP good food to introduce?

Criz Lai said...

Slurps... one look at it and I'm thinking of having one now. I don't mind having a fruity flavor if they are producing it too. I missed my strawberry yogurt drink now.. hehe.

http://crizfood.blogspot.com/

squall said...

oh...is dadih...so miss this stall dadih...is product of Jabatan Haiwan...it's really milky and fresh...but can find good dadih in KL...

Little Inbox said...

gill, ya, it is milky and tasty. It is located along Jalan Badlishah, opposite Institute Kemahiran Mara. SP arr...You can try the local favourite Bak Kut Teh at Patani Jaya.

criz lai, so far only few flavors available. It is different from yogurt drink...this is fresh, real fresh!

squall...ya, it is fresh from the milk processing facility. Yummy and milky.

J2Kfm said...

looks yummy, and cheap to boot.
but sg petani too far for me. :)

Little Inbox said...

J2Kfm, other places also can find dadih, especially in the night market at Malay store. Just that I found this one fresher.

CK Lam said...

Looks like tau foo fah mix with taujui. I have never tasted it before...do let us know if you ever come across it in Pg.

Little Inbox said...

ck lam, in Penang, once I tried in a night Market in Sungai Dua opposite the Tesco Extra. The night market is on every Saturday. There's a lot of Malay stores, and there's a Malay uncle selling dadih. You can try that if you don't mind, as the place is crowded.

Tummythoz said...

Don't seem to have any over here in KL. Saw before in Pg but dare not try. Now I'll try. TQ.

Little Inbox said...

Tummythoz, I was like you, don't feel like wanna try, but after hubby recommended it to me, wow, I fall in love with dadih! Hehe...

Nic (KHKL) said...

sounds like tau fu fah with milk...excellent stuff!

hmmm, wonder if i can get it in kl.

Little Inbox said...

Nic (KHKL), yes, you are right! It's almost like taufu fah, just that milk has been used to replaced soy bean instead. KL ar?? No idea wor...

Mummy In Vain said...

is this really the fresh milk...or something like those Marigold sold in supermarket?? anyway, it's truly cooling when taken in a hot day!

New Kid on the Blog said...

this is new to me... malay version of tau hua?

Little Inbox said...

hi mummy in vain, the dadih is made of really fresh milk...behind the stall is the milk processing facility.

hi new kid, dadih has been around since long long time ago. My hubby's mum bought it for my hubby when he was young.

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