Monday, February 6, 2012

Tairu from Chai Leng Park Wet Market


I bought this packet of Tairu (Thayiru in Indian Malayalam language) from an Indian shop in Chai :Leng Park wet market. Tairu is actually yogurt. This packet of Tairu is made from fresh cow milk and cost me RM1.50. The stall owner told me that it is good for clearing heatiness from our body expecially when we eat too much hot and spicy food. It can also be added to steamed rice and eaten together with Indian dishes.
Anyway, when I reached home, I added some ice to the fresh Tairu and drank it. The sourness is just right and I can savour its' natural taste. Actually natural yogurt taste so much better than flavoured ones.
Yum, yum, really good as a thirst quencher!

12 comments:

meijo's JOY said...

wow! sound so healthy and delish...must try this when i go to Chai Leng Park!

Christine said...

yogurt's good for us! maybe we could try making our own I wonder...

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Got chance, i want to try...

[SK] said...

wooot, i've never heard about this before, normally just go supermarket and get yoghurt from the shelf..

yvonne said...

Em, I'm not sure I'm into this. Not a fan of sour food. Well, I like tomyam but Tairu, er, ... let me try it first :p

Sheoh Yan said...

I didn't know it tastes good. I never try it before. Propably I should brave myself and try this one day. One Malaysia ma!

Small Kucing said...

if not mistaken, at indian shop the tairu they add some chopped onions in it. Hubi likes it

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

This is new to me, Thanks for sharing.

Alice Law said...

Hi Pete! Oh, I like yogurt... but guess not the Tairu, scared got strong smell.

Xjion89 said...

Oh, 1st time hear of this..hahaha, can go try try~

FiSh. ohFISHiee said...

indian yogurt tastes good but some may be a tad too sweet for me. hope this is nice :)

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Wilson Ng said...

good recipe, will bookmark this for further usage. cook for my wife.

Wilson

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