It’s the kind of gastronomic oxymoron that is in the same league as “fried ice cream” or “claypot ice kachang” https://t.co/mSwg1ia9zC
This stall has changed their name to Royal J’s Seafood and their new address has been updated. I am guessing you probably have the same reaction I had when I first heard of the term “fried porridge”. It’s the kind of gastronomic oxymoron that is in the same league as “fried ice cream” or “claypot ice kachang” — just kidding that doesn’t exist…. yet. But I am sure you are just as curious as I was as to what “fried porridge” looks like and how it is actually fried, right? Well, to satisfy your culinary curiosity, here is the video clip of how to “fry” porridge. As you can see, this really is porridge that is fried in a wok as you would rice or noodles! The maestros of Malaysian makan came up with this befuddling idea in Penang some 16 years ago which became quite a hit. Essentially, they took some rice porridge which has been cooked in a pork and chicken bone stock, jazzed i...