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Sunday, 1 November 2015


Nowadays, Traditional Nonya Kuih
is not easy to get.

Many, so called Nonya kuih today, 
does not taste or look like one,
both in texture or colour!

I like Nonya kuih,
only the traditional ones

Kuih Kosui
is in the shape of a small bowl or cup
filled with juicy shredded young coconut
in a tint of salt

I tried this recipe from Butter, Flour & Me

70g rice flour
30g tapioca flour
100g caster sugar
300g water
1/2 tsp alkali water
8-10 pieces pandan leaves+200g water (squeeze out juice)

200g shredded coconut
pinch of salt

1) strain juice from pandan leaves+ water
2) steam topping ingredients for 5min, leave to cool
3) dissolve sugar in water for kuih, let cool
4) combine alkali water, pandan juice and sugar solution
5) steam cups empty for 5min
6) sieve flours & stir in liquids until well combined
7) cook over medium heat until mixture slightly thickens
8) pour into hot cups and steam for 15min
9) remove and let cool before add topping to serve

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