Recipes & Cooking : Nyonya Recipes

Kaya (Malaysian Coconut Egg Jam)

Kaya is one of my favorite Malay words. The reason is simple: it carries two of my favorite meanings in…

Kuih Dadar (Kuih Tayap)

If you watched my episode of House Hunters International: Family Reunion in Penang and wondered about the green thing I…

Ayam Pongteh (Nyonya Chicken and Potato Stew)

Many readers asked me for my Ayam Pongteh recipe, or Nyonya chicken and potato stew. Believe it or not, before…

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Cincaluk Omelet (Telur Dadar Cincaluk)

Even though I grew up with Penang Nyonya food, Malacca (Melaka) is the origin of Nyonya food. Back in the…

Sambal Udang (Prawn Sambal)

If there is one dish that I can eat every day with just plain white rice, it’s probably sambal udang…

Nyonya Acar Fish

Whenever I am home in Penang, I make it an effort that I learn our family recipes from my aunt,…

Curry Fish Head

My two-month vacation here in Penang, Malaysia is coming to an end. Before I leave, I wanted to share a…

Angku Kuih (Red Tortoise Cake)

Over the Thansgiving holidays, Siew Loon (the long-time contributor of Nyonya Food) came to visit me in Southern California. It…

Nyonya Fried Chicken Recipe (Inchi Kabin)

Inchi Kabin is the Nyonya version of deep-fried chicken. It was one of my late father’s favorites. I remember countless…

Nyonya Lam Mee

When I was growing up, one of the biggest family celebrations was my late grandmother’s birthday. Every year on her…

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