When they are not in laksa or assam pedas

I always use “Bunga Kantan” to make laksa. Some other ladies use it to make asssam pedas. The Thais use it to make offerings in the temple for their prayers to be accepted. But what I didn’t know, and only recently realised, that when they bloom, they are oh so beautiful.

Shots are taken just before maghrib, at D’s place at Mutiara Damansara. I think they are gorgeous. The flowers, I mean… not my shots. Heh. (Takut termasuk bakul angkat sendiri…šŸ˜› )

5 thoughts on “When they are not in laksa or assam pedas

  1. Percicilan,
    Laksa without bunga kantan is like aur without tebing. I like the scent of bunga kantan. They grow abundantly on Mak’s backyard in Pokok Asam. You did a great job.

  2. Andrea,
    Yess… especially for your double desserts! LOL
    Harum semerbak.. but then again, through the desserts korang bau laksa, that spoil it ke?

    LOL *winks*

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