Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Ramly Burgers - RT/WW


This is one burger that I look forward to eating at the annual Geylang Serai Hari Raya Bazaar. It's Ramly burger!!. .



This year, this stall's Ramly burgers are the best!



Besides adding curry powder and mayonaise sauce to their burgers, there is this brown sauce. I wonder what sauce is that?
*takes a huge bite*




First Commenter -day-dreamer

43 comments:

  1. Haha it has been such a long time since I've had Ramly burger... :p

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  2. I used to have these Burger...like every day back in my uni days. But too bad...now no more. Ha :D

    Arrgghhh....you made me so hungry ECL! :D

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  3. never tried this burger yet with curry sauce. i love curry so i know i will definitely love this, too!

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  4. it's been ages since i've eaten Ramly burgers. how much does a burger costs?

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  5. i've not taken my breakfast yet and you're making me so hungry now.

    Happy RT!

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  6. Ramly burgers have stood the test of time and it's still popular today as it was when I was a school going kid.

    How much does one cost?

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  7. never had a burger with curry powder before. Sounds intriguing. :D

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  8. Haven't had any burger during this fasting month. I think I'm going to look for one after the holidays! :-)

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  9. burger is delicious..but i only take chicken ones..

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  10. that brown suace is probably BBQ suace. bon appetit !

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  11. day-dreamer,
    I have it like once a year due to its scarcity in Singapore. But there are so many Ramly burger stalls in Malaysia! :)

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  12. Tekkaus,
    Wow! Every day!? It's tasty and cheaper than the foreign burgers. I like this Asian favour. :)

    I get hungry mentioning it too. hehe...

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  13. eng,
    They sprinkle curry powder over it. Give it a try. :)

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  14. life ramblings,
    Prices have been rising. From S$2 each two years ago, it's now S$3.00. :(

    It used to be cheap and yummy. It's still yummy.... but not cheap.

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  15. Mei Teng,
    Oh, it's been around so long!? I only know of its existence 4 years ago. And I was told it's banned in Singapore, so that's why it is hard to find this burger being sold here.

    Whenever I'm in Malaysia, I will look for Ramly burgers. :)

    It costs S$3 each. Almost RM6! Expensive hor.

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  16. Lina,
    I was told Ramly burgers are banned in Singapore but I see many stalls selling Ramly burgers at Hari Raya Bazaars. I don't know what's the rule now.

    Anyway, I'm happy to be able to buy it here.

    You mean the Ramly burgers in Malaysia don't have curry powder in it?

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  17. wenn,
    I prefer the beef burgers. Oooo.... yum yum yum!

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  18. boh tak chek
    BBQ sauce? I must ask the stall owner. :P
    Funny leh, I eat the burger without knowing what goes into it hor? hehe.....

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  19. My sons used to eat Ramly burgers for supper back in their school days in our small hometown but now its big Mac double cheese burger for them. The brown sauce is made from beef stock, flour and thick soya sauce.

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  20. Yummy for sure!! Nothing beats a good hamburger!!

    I hope you are having a good week ECL!!

    All we are having is rain,rain,rain!! Which makes it very difficult for a nature photographer!!

    Happy day!!:-)))

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  21. sweet jasmine,
    The brown sauce contains beef stock!? Oh no! I bought these burgers for some friends who don't eat beef. Die!

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  22. Gallivanter,
    Yes! It's that delicious! Heavenly....

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  23. Shinade,
    awww.... the rainy season certainly dampens the mood of a nature photographer. *prays for the rain to go away*

    On the other hand, it's so humid in Sinagpore, I wish there is rain. :P

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  24. This is new to me, never heard of Ramly burger before. The brown sauce is BBQ sauce?

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  25. Why is Ramly burger banned in Singapore?

    I think Ramly burger is nicer than McDonalds!

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  26. @ECL,
    never seen a burger with curry powder yet here. Maybe others have?

    I think it was banned to non-approved food preservatives or something?

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  27. I can't remember ever eating one but if you like it I'm sure I would.
    Maybe the ban mentioned here occured during the mad cows desease(BSE) period awhile back when beef was risky to eat unless it came from Argentina.

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  28. There are many Ramly Burgers stalls in Johore town too.

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  29. ramly burger is always delicious!
    provided they have the accurate ingredients! =)

    kenwooi.com

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  30. Wow!! I wonder what they do to make them so special!! I love curry!

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  31. I remembered Ramli Burger patties was banned donkey years ago, but at almost every pasar malam, you'll see stalls selling the Ramli Burger. Quiet common actually.

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  32. ECL, they have to be better than Mc Donalds that place is aweful
    *hugs* and Happy WW

    please see mine here
    http://www.moorebloglife.com/2009/09/16/wordless-wednesdaywhats-behind-the-door/

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  33. hmmm the Ramly burgers in M'sia don't have curry powder in it :-P

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  34. I think the brown sauce is a mix of bbq sauce and thousand island salad dressing.

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  35. this is the 2nd time i've encountered ramly burgers in blogs. SK featured it in one of his posts too. i want to have a bite and taste this m'sias famous burger!

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  36. Looks tasty - great WW contribution!

    Did you know mine is up too? :-)

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  37. Hmm ... yummy & delicious !

    Would love to buy & taste them again ! Haven't had it for quite a while !

    JH
    http://www.photojournalist-tgh.tv

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  38. I've thought of trying it a couple of times but haven't tried it yet...maybe next year:)

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