Monday, November 17, 2008

Homemade Kueh

I have some colorful Malaysian kueh which were made by a caterer (NOT by me) to share.

Bee Ko Moi (Black glutinous rice dessert)
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A rather sticky and creamy concoction of a sweet dessert soup enhanced by the sticky glutinous rice

Colorful kueh No 1
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Colorful kueh No 2 - Sago Kueh with gula melaka
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And one deep fried with sambal shrimps filling
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Do you have any nice kueh to pass around?

DISCLAIMER: Again, I must emphasize that I didn't make this kueh!

14 comments:

  1. Alright, we all know well odi they are not made by you. :)

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  3. looks nice wor!!!! yummy yummy.

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  4. not a big fan of sweet sweets but... i'll take option 3 !! nice one

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  5. i love bee koh moi but somehow, the one that i make never taste as nice as the one i buy!!! guess i'm not that good a cook!!

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  6. Yummy. yummy. I luv bee koh moi and also the sago kuih.

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  8. hehe cariso, must be clear mar:)

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  9. allen, hehe....i also thought it was pretty thoughtful of the caterer:D

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  10. cumi&ciki, hahaha...deep fried:p

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  11. duckie, nolar! You just set too high expectations for yourself:)

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  12. allie, too bad it didn't last long enough to pass to you:)

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  13. You know, your Kueh, looks like our Filipino Sapin-sapin. Is it made of sticky rice and coconut?

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  14. Yeah, it is....who knows, Ning, it's cross culture:)

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