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Make your own delightful Nonya kueh: What better way to experience the Nonya culture than by savouri... #insingfood

Nonya kueh is commonly eaten in Singapore and Malaysia. Kueh means cake in Malay and normally is served at breakfast or tea or even as a dessert. For those familiar with the culture, these colourful kueh brings to mind the beautiful kebaya and sarong (traditional costumes) of Peranakan men and women. Here are three types of Nonya kueh that would awe any guest. Pulut inti, glutinous rice served with coconut filling is wrapped with banana leaves. The rice is coloured with a beautiful blue pea dye to enhance its attractiveness. The “talam chendol” is steamed in a tray before being cut into small pieces. Gula Melaka or palm sugar is then used to enhance the flavours of this dessert, which comes in three colours: brown, green and white. Lastly, sweet potato gems. As its name suggests, this dessert uses lots of sweet potatoes which explains how it got its bright orange colour. S...

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