Sarawak Kek Lumut Or Green Moss Steamed Cake (砂朥越青苔蒸糕)

INTRODUCTION

IF you have ever visit Sarawakian families during big festivals such as Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, Gawai or Christmas, in the event you spotted a green colour cake, it is very likely that this is Kek Lumut. You

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Mandarin Orange Jam (橘子酱)

INTRODUCTION

Every Chinese New Year, my house will be full of mandarin oranges. I am sure other families are facing the same problem.

This Chinese New Year, I only bought 10 mandarin oranges. When I did my gift sending, the

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Simplest Traditional Jidangao or Steamed Sponge Cake (简易传统鸡蛋糕)

INTRODUCTION

Many younger readers are very confused the two types of prosperity cakes: Huat Kuih (发糕) and Jidangao (kuey nerng Ko 鸡蛋糕) . They are both different in term of taste and texture and most important of all, all these

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Sweet Potatoes Niangao Balls (番薯芝麻年糕球)

INTRODUCTION

It is already the 5th day of Chinese New Year and I still have a lot of Chinese New Year recipe related recipes waiting to be issued in my recipe bank. As Saturday has one of the lowest readership

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Auspicious Smiling Balls (开口笑, 笑口枣)

INTRODUCTION

This is an auspicious Chinese New Year snack that is common among the Cantonese and parts of China like Beijing. It can be literally translated as “laughing date” or “笑口枣“ 。

It is called laughing because the pastry will

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5 Minutes Microwave Butter Cake (5 分钟微波炉牛油蛋糕)

INTRODUCTION

It is rather unusual that I am issuing this post during Chinese New Year. It is actually not a new post but an old post that I have blogged in 2013.

Yesterday, one Chinese educated granny was asking me

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Deep Fried Niangao (酥脆炸年糕)

INTRODUCTION

After joining Facebook, I realized there are many ways of eating niangao but I am used to deep frying niangao or pan fried niangao with eggs. Some ate by using a spoon to scoop out the sticky soft niangao

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Bakwa and Leek Fried Rice (肉干大蒜炒饭)

INTRODUCTION

Happy Chinese New Year and may all readers be blessed with abundances of health and wealth. This is the first post for the Year of Monkey and I am looking forward to share more post Chinese New Year dishes

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Sweet Potatoes Crackers (炸番薯饼, keropok ubi)

INTRODUCTION

Eating homemade crackers can be as healthy as you want it to be. The preparation environment is much cleaner, you can use less seasoning and instead of deep fried, you can always use air fried or microwave. Having said

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Yeasted Rice Flour Huat Kuih (粘米粉酵母发糕)

INTRODUCTION

All Huat Kuih looks the same but they are different. Different in terms of taste and texture because it is made using different leavening agent and different flour.

Not many people will know how importance is this huat kuih

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