Boros Kopongukaban (Introduction)

It is with great pleasure that I present to you this page devoted to the language of my native ancestors, the Kadazan Dusun folk of the North Borneo. The Kadazan Dusun languages are such beautiful languages to be left behind… yet, that’s what happened. Many of the new generation nowadays know little about the languages. I hope I can contribute in any way, to place, to grow and to keep the interest of the young generation to learn and understand more of our Kadus Languages. This might be just any page that you can find in the internet, but this is the small thing that I could do to contribute. Let's keep this language live within our souls through music.

Sabah Traditional Recipe: Karataan/Bosou

Bosou or also known as Tonsom is one is one of the traditional side dishes special for ethnic Kadazan-Dusun, Sabah. For tribes from Ranau, it is known as 'tinamba'. Bosou usually produced from fresh water fish. But anchovies and cow meat can also be used.

Recipe (english version) taken from HERE

Fresh water fish
Hot cooked rice
Buah pangi (keluak fruit)

Clean the fish and drain off the remaining water.
Pound pangi fruit into a powdery substances.
Put the hot rice and fresh water fish in a bowl. Stir briefly and let to cool.
Once cool, add pangi fruit and salt. Mix until well blended.
Put inside bottle or airtight jar.
Only to be eaten after fermented for a couple of weeks.
To enhance the fragrance and its sour flavor, warm it or stir fry before serving.


1.ikan sepat(apa-apa pun boleh, koruk bilis,daging ikut suka )

ikan di bersihkan.ambil isi pangi dan hiriskan tapi jangan terlalu halus.
campur bahan-bahan 1-4.
Tambah garam secukup rasa.
Simpan dalam bekas kedap udara selama beberapa minggu (2 minggu pun okay suda).

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