Petaling Jaya, Malaysia – Malaysians are known for their love of food and with Ramadan just around the corner, it is time to take to the kitchen to whip up some good old traditional dishes in conjunction with the occasion. With so many dishes to enjoy, breaking fast or ‘buka puasa’ over the Iftar meal with family and friends and the Raya celebration are events to look forward to. Often, cooking traditional Raya must-have dishes is a time-consuming process that can take up to half a day in order to get the right flavour and texture. This Raya, Philips is offering Malaysians a means of preserving traditional local meals with the help of modern innovation, through the launch of the new generation Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker today.
“Ramadan and Raya is a time for families and friends to come together over a hearty meal, and is typically a time for Malaysians to savour and appreciate delicious homecooked traditional Malay dishes such as rendang, curry and soup. However, the cooking process for some of these traditional recipes is time consuming and can take up to several hours of slow cooking to achieve optimal flavour and texture in the dish. In line with our mission to help people improve their lives, Philips Malaysia wants to help you preserve traditions with modern innovations by helping you cook your favourite buka puasa and Raya dishes more conveniently, so you have more precious time to spend with your loved ones,” said Muhammad Ali Jaleel, Country Manager of Philips Malaysia.
“We have collaborated with Chef Marina Mustafa in conjunction with the launch of this new generation Philips All-in-One Pressure Cooker as she has a very innovative approach to preparing delicious healthy homecooked traditional meals. She shares our vision in offering easy yet delicious healthy recipes for consumers. With the new Philips All-In-One Pressure Cooker, this is certainly possible,” Ali added.