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Yambean (mungkuang) as shown above is vastly available in Australia from any Asian Grocery. Though these yambean were small but they were cheap this Spring. For this recipe, it is normally shredded with some carrots too. This Nyonya dish is traditionally cooked during Chinese New Year. You can have it with rice or as a [...]
I am re-posting this recipe as I didn’t like the previous photo. Suz has taken another photo. It was featured in an earlier post. (Otak Otak old pix). Otak means brains in Malay and Indonesian. It is also known as Otah Otah and the name of derived from the name of the dish is derived [...]
Another nyonya kueh. This is steamed with glutinous rice paste with coconut filling and wrapped with banana leave (into a cone shape).
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Posting another Nyonya dessert… spiced glutinous rice rolls wrapped with banana leaf or some call it a spicy prawn dumpling nyonya kueh for a Straits-born Chinese Wedding Specialty.