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In the process of drawing the kueh for a restaurant, Lee Xin Li got fascinated by the plethora of kueh from the various cuisines around South East Asia. For those of you who never heard of Kueh such as me. Kueh is are bite-sized snack or dessert foods commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore as well as Southern China. Kueh can be cakes, cookies, dumplings, pudding, biscuit, or pastries, and are usually made from rice or glutinous rice.

In the process of drawing the kueh for a restaurant, Lee Xin Li got fascinated by the plethora of kueh from the various cuisines around South East Asia. For those of you who never heard of Kueh such as me. Kueh is are bite-sized snack or dessert foods commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore as well as Southern China. Kueh can be cakes, cookies, dumplings, pudding, biscuit, or pastries, and are usually made from rice or glutinous rice.

Ondeh Ondeh  : A delightful pop of delicious sweetness awaits!

Ondeh Ondeh

Ondeh Ondeh : A delightful pop of delicious sweetness awaits!

Peranakan Kebaya - traditional costume of my Ancestors

Peranakan Kebaya - traditional costume of my Ancestors

Malaysia Nyonya Pastry: Onde-onde (Glutinous rice flour infused with screwpine leaf juice rolled with fresh grated coconut, and filled with palm sugar that bursts in your mouth when you take a bite).

Malaysia Nyonya Pastry: Onde-onde (Glutinous rice flour infused with screwpine leaf juice rolled with fresh grated coconut, and filled with palm sugar that bursts in your mouth when you take a bite).

The Peranakan/Straits-Chinese Kebaya worn with a sarong + a set of krosang broches.

The Peranakan/Straits-Chinese Kebaya worn with a sarong + a set of krosang broches.

Homemade Spring Roll Crepes–Popiah Skin (春卷皮,薄饼皮, 润饼皮)

Homemade Spring Roll Crepes–Popiah Skin (春卷皮,薄饼皮, 润饼皮)

8. Favorite Summer Wear: the nyona kebaya and sarong (traditional women's dress from Indonesia and Malaysia) is lightweight, feminine, and flattering! (Image by Art Images Directory, via Flickr)

8. Favorite Summer Wear: the nyona kebaya and sarong (traditional women's dress from Indonesia and Malaysia) is lightweight, feminine, and flattering! (Image by Art Images Directory, via Flickr)

Beautiful and graceful the Sarong-Kebaya worn by Malay, Indonesian, and Straits-Chinese ladies in Singapore, Malacca, & Penang which were the Straits Settlements created by the  British Empire.

Beautiful and graceful the Sarong-Kebaya worn by Malay, Indonesian, and Straits-Chinese ladies in Singapore, Malacca, & Penang which were the Straits Settlements created by the British Empire.

30 Local Singapore And Malaysian Kuih Special Compilation (30 种本地糕点汇编) #kuih  #nonya_kuih  #malay_kuih  #kueh  #kue

30 Local Singapore And Malaysian Kuih Special Compilation (30 种本地糕点汇编)

30 Local Singapore And Malaysian Kuih Special Compilation (30 种本地糕点汇编) #kuih #nonya_kuih #malay_kuih #kueh #kue

Traditional Peranakan Dress - The Nonya Kebaya.                                                                 THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod.com

Kebaya, Indonesian National Blouse for Woman

Traditional Peranakan Dress - The Nonya Kebaya. THE LIBYAN Esther Kofod www.estherkofod.com

Nyonya kebaya

Nyonya kebaya

My FAV....Ban Chang Kuih (Peanut Pancake) ... hubby's all-time favorite Malaysian snack.  He prefers its Cantonese name, Chin Lung Pao. :)

My FAV....Ban Chang Kuih (Peanut Pancake) ... hubby's all-time favorite Malaysian snack. He prefers its Cantonese name, Chin Lung Pao. :)

Nyonya Kebaya: Women’s Costume from Malaysia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Nyonya Kebaya: Women’s Costume from Malaysia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!


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