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Panfried Kueh Bakul with Egg

Introduction: Nian Gao literally means “higher year” is traditional Chinese New Year cake and eating this symbolic cake is supposed to improve your luck for the New Year with a texture similar to mocha. Known as Kueh Bakul among the … Continue reading

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Delicious Chinese Meat Rolls For All Occasions

Ingredients: 2 pieces of dry soya bean skins Half kilo minced pork (lean and fat combined) 12 fresh water chestnuts 1 carrot Half kilo fresh medium size prawns (deshelled and deveined) 1 egg Quarter teaspoon of salt (do not add … Continue reading

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Roll them Out!

Look out for Recipe “Delicious Chinese meat rolls for all occasions”.

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Rice Dumplings

Its our tradition to celebrate and eat rice dumplings on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month each year in the Chinese calendar. Kim Choo Nyonya Chang a well known supplier for the variety of dumplings with different types … Continue reading

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Mid-Autumn Festival

This year 2013, the Mid-Autumn Festival falls on September 19. This day is also known as the Moon Festival and in olden days at this time of the year the moon is said to be at its roundest and brightest. … Continue reading

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