Something that shouldn’t have happened…
Has just happened.
Milo and fried chicken, the two most sinful food in the entire world, at least according to my handsome colleague who giggles when he has it on his cheat days, has combined into one.
A pregnant woman was so annoyed at a noisy baby that she threw a pot of burning mala at the baby. At the worst part of this? She wasn’t charged. Click on the image below to read about this shocking incident:
Milo Fried Chicken, Coming Right Up!
Who created Milo Dinosaur, nobody knows. But whoever did that would roll in their graves knowing that somebody’s continuing on their legacy.
Created by Cheese Banjir, the chicken chop is dipped in spicy homemade batter and covered in flour before going into the hot oil.
Once taken out and cooled, the delicious piece of fried chicken will be thrown into a bag of milo powder and shaken well.
And it’ll be served with thick, creamy milo sauce and sambal chilli.
According to online reviews, the sweetness of the milo balances out well with the spiciness of the chilli.
And it comes with salad, mashed potato and mini-carbonara pasta.
There’s also a popcorn chicken version who wants to share their first experience with someone else.
This kind of reminds me of something else…but anyways.
That’s not all.
Their previous milo concoction was pretty interesting too.
The Milo Kaw with Cheese & Durian
Milo. Cheese. AND DURIAN.
Not sure how they made it work but they sure did.
According to this food review, it’s said that the drink consists of three layers: the bottom layer of milo, the cheese layer in between and a generous serving of durian at the top.
Stir the milo with the cheese and the milo will overwhelm your taste buds.
If you take a huge bite of the durian, you’ll taste nothing but durian.
But if you have the right balance of Milo Kaw, cheese and durian, you’ll get this strange but palatable taste.
The sweetness of Milo, the saltiness of the cheese and the rich taste of the durian.
And the best part? Prices at the restaurant range from RM49 to RM109. Which comes out to about $16 to $36.
You can watch the process of making the Milo Fried Chicken dinosaur for yourself below:
If you’re ever in Kuala Lumpur, you might want to pay this shop a visit.
- Address: Cheese Banjir, Lot G10, G-Village, Jalan 1/76, Desa Pandan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Opening hours: Mon to Fri, 12 pm to 10.30 pm, Sat & Sun, 11 am to 10.30 pm
- Nearest station: Dato’ Keramat
Or simply wait a while. I bet my boss’s condo that someone would decide to copy this in Singapore and then it’ll go just as viral.
I mean, Milo fried chicken and durian leh. It’s like putting nasi lemak in a burger: who’d have thought of that?
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