In Trengganu, my mom-in-law, would prepare chicken cut in small pieces, marinade with her secret ingredients and then fry them. We ate with `'ketupat pulut' which is fried for a few minutes. Whereas my sis-in-law did `nasi kuning' to go with `gulai ikan'. My husband's aunt always serve `nasi dagang' without fail whenever we visit her during 'raya'
In Malacca, my sisters neighbour would cook up her famous `sambal tumis ikan tenggiri or ikan parang' and `urap kelapa' to go with 'ketupat nasi'.
That's what i love about Malaysia, different varieties of food and colours.
Before i signed off, this is what i have cooked for `hari raya aidil adha'