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Ayam Pongteh

First of all, the Ayam Pongteh which I am showing to you is not made using the traditional Nyonya recipe. I have replaced bamboo shoots with potatoes and omitted the use of cinnamon. 382 more words


candlenut kitchen, dorsett residences at outram park

lovely, delicious peranakan food at this modern restaurant along the perimeter of the dorsett residences. modern isn’t necessarily what you think of with peranakan – and neither is it something you think you’d want to hear, but the food is properly executed with… 862 more words


How to book a Cooking class with us?

Generally, we run cooking class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. That is where I teach in my  home.

On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, I usually teach in… 529 more words

Pearly Kee

August 2012 Malaysia

I traveled to Malaysia for a short getaway during August of 2012 with my relatives.
Our meeting point was at People’s Park Complex, where we board the coach to Genting Highlands to rest for the night. 975 more words


Devil's curry

Quick and easy
“Is a very spicy curry flavoured with candlenuts, galangal and vinegar.”

From the Eurasian Kristang (Cristão) culinary tradition in Singapore and Malacca, Malaysia. 218 more words


Kuih Nyonya?

Nyonya, or the Peranakan, are the terms used for the descendants of the 15th through 17th-century Chinese immigrants to the British Malaya. They are the mixed of the Chinese and Malays, which in turn created one of the best type of cuisine out there! 87 more words

Tau Yew Bak

Quick and easy
“Translated as soya sauce braised pork belly.” 141 more words