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Bubur pedas

Bubur pedas
Bubur pedas served with pisang goreng and a cup of coffee.
Alternative names Bubur Pedas Sambas, Bubur Pedas Sarawak
Course Dish
Place of origin Indonesia, Malaysia
Region or state Sambas, Sarawak[1]
Creator Malay[1]
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients For Bumbu: Garlic, ginger, shallots, onions, dried chilli, turmeric, lemon grass, galangal and grated coconut[2]
For Bubur: Carrots, potatoes, leafy greens, mushrooms, bean curd, bamboo shoots, turmeric leaves, long beans, dried shrimp and meat are added along with seasoning[2]
Cookbook: Bubur pedasĀ 

Bubur pedas is a traditional porridge dish for the Malays both in Sambas and Sarawak.[1] In Sarawak, it is usually served during Ramadan after the Muslim ending their fast on the Iftar time.[3]


This type of porridge comes from the Malays on Sambas in West Kalimantan and later adapted as the food for the Sarawak Malays.[1]


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