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Penanghelp - Food

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  The word nyonya (also commonly spelled nonya) originate from the Portuguese word dona, which means 'lady'. Nyonya Kuih (alternatively Kueh or Kue) is the term given to various manners of bite-sized dessert, but not always sweet and...
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Apong (apom balik or Chinese apom) is a sweet Nyonya fold over pancake which made from flour and egg, topped with bananas or sweet corn and a sprinkling of sugar. Apong is best eaten when it comes hot from the pan. The Chinese...
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Ban Chien Koay (also written Ban Chean Koay or Ban Jian Kway) means "slow-cooking cake" in Hokkien. It is a Chinese peanut pancake with pretty much the same topping as the Chinese apong, except that it usually has a harder crust....
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Bee Koh Moy also known as Bee Koh Mooi, Bee Koh Moi, Bee Ko Moi, etc. It uses black glutinous rice porridge served with a spoonful of coconut milk. It is a Nyonya dessert usually taken during tea time. Some people add gengeng...
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In a hot and humid weather, looking for something cold and refreshing in a typical Malaysian afternoon is common. Here is the famous Cendol for all. It is originating from Java, Indonesia. The most famous of them all is the stall...
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Char Koay Teow, exactly is a "fried flat noodles or hor fan", which is a popular noodle dish in Malaysia and Singapore. It is made from flat rice noodles of width approximately 1 cm or slightly narrower, stir fried over very...
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    Zongzi (or zong) is a traditional Chinese food, made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings and wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves. They are cooked by steaming or boiling. In the Western world, they are also...
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    CNY Rice Cake (Quick Method) - Nian Gao Ingredients: Glutinous Rice Flour  -  300g Water   -  350g Brown Sugar  -  150g Sugar  -  50g Other Ingredients: Red beans (soaked overnight) Cheese Bar,...
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  Coconut Milk Rice (nasi lemak in Malay)  is one of the famous breakfast in Malaysia (as lunch or dinner also). With roots in Malay culture, its name is a Malay word that literally means 'rice in cream'. The name is derived from the cooking...
Wednesday, 07 April 2010 | 5125 hits | coconut milk rice, nasi lemak
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Curry Mee is a Penang hawker noodle dish. It is made up of egg noodles (mee) and rice noodles (bihun) in a coconut-milk based curry soup and served with bean sprouts, bean puffs (taupok), prawns, cockles, cubes of coagulated...

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