Recipes & Cooking : Nyonya Recipes

Kuih Kosui

I would like to introduce you to a new intern/contributor, my fellow Penangite Ho Siew Loon. Siew Loon is introduced…

Bubur Cha-Cha

Bubur Cha-Cha is probably one of the more well-known Nyonya desserts, so much so that they are commonly found in…

Rempah Fish (Fried Fish Stuffed with Sambal)

If there is one Nyonya dish that I wish I could make in the United States but couldn’t, this rempah…

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Acar Recipe (Acar Awak)

Nyonya loves pickled vegetables of all kinds. So, there is no surprise that my family in Penang is partial to…

Jiu Hu Char (Fried Jicama/Yambean with Shredded Cuttlefish)

While Nyonya and the Peranakan are born and raised in Malaysia and Singapore, they mostly observe Chinese lunar calendar and…

Bee Koh Moy/Bubur Pulut Hitam (Black Sticky Rice Dessert)

Nyonya and Peranakan are known to have sweet tooth; their penchant for everything sweet is most pronounced in their skills in…

Assam Laksa (Nyonya Noodles with Fish Broth)

Assam laksa, also spelled as Asam laksa, the piquant, pungent, sour, and fiery hot noodle dish with fresh vegetables bathed…

Loh Bak Recipe (Five-Spice Pork Roll/卤肉)

Loh bak or five-spice pork roll (卤肉) is one of the festive dishes in my family. Much like many Nyonya…

Nyonya Stewed Pork Ribs

Stewed pork ribs with taucheo (fermented bean paste) was one of my mother’s recipes, one that I am fortunate to…

Spring Rolls Recipe (Fried Popiah Recipe)

Spring rolls, or locally known as “popiah” (簿饼) is a popular snack for Nyonya households in Penang. In fact, spring…

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