Here’s How To Make Mini Murtabak With Popiah Skin To Get Into Ramadan Mood

Hello guys! We’re now in the season of Ramadan and while our Muslim friends are fasting throughout the day, we need to admit that Ramadan Bazaar is always the highlight. Since we’re now in the MCO and Ramadan Bazaar isn’t going to take place this year, shall we figure out how to make the best of this? With that said, here’s a simple way to make Murtabak using Popiah skin!

Mini Murtabak Just Like The Ones In Ramadan Bazaar

Let’s all admit this fact: we miss the fun that comes while visiting Ramadan Bazaar. Something about the atmosphere and mingling among other food enthusiasts, perhaps. Of course, food such as Lemang, Murtabak is another factor that makes it all the better. So, if you miss Ramadan Bazaar food, here’s a Murtabak recipe that you can recreate whilst at home. Let’s get started!

Easy Murtabak Recipe
Photo: @YanieMansor (Facebook)


  • Popiah skin
  • Minced chicken (or preferred meat options)
  • 3 potatoes (diced)
  • 3 tbsp of curry powder
  • 1 clove of white onion
  • 3 large onions (chopped)
  • Green onion
  • Parsley
  • 2 eggs
  • Sugar
  • Salt
Easy Murtabak Recipe
Photo: @YanieMansor (Facebook)

Murtabak Fillings

Step 1: Fry chopped onions till fragrant then add in curry powder and water

Step 2: Then, add in minced chicken and potato. Add in water until it reaches the same level as the ingredient (adding too much water will cause the filling to be over-tender)

Step 3: Add in sugar and salt until it suits your preferred taste

Murtabak Wrap with Popiah Skin

Step 1: Crack 2 eggs, add some salt and beat till even.

Step 2: Add in the fillings into the egg mixture then add in parsley and mix until even

Easy Murtabak Recipe
Photo: @YanieMansor (Facebook)

Step 3: Wrap fillings with popiah skin then insert oil into the pan and fry until it turns golden brown

Easy Murtabak Recipe
Photo: @YanieMansor (Facebook)

This recipe is by Yanie Mansor

Have Fun Trying Out This Recipe

So, if you follow the above steps, you’ll have your very own Murtabak. Now, who says staying home is boring? Try out this perfect recipe to break fast with and perhaps it’ll make you feel like you actually bought them from the Ramadan bazaars. Good luck and happy feasting!

Also Read: Here’s How To Make Oozing Cheese Naan Just Like The Local Mamak Stalls

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