Showing posts from February, 2021

Bubur Cha Cha

February 25, 2021
Sweet Malaysian dessert made of coconut milk, sugar, pandan leaves and 3 colour tapioca noodles.    What is Bubur Cha Cha? Bubur Cha Cha sometimes known as Bo Bo Cha Cha is a Malaysian dessert in sweet coconut broth/ soup. Bubur means porridge, while Cha Cha have two meanings that I know of! In my northern Malaysian dialect, Cha Cha means "Mix of everything" (derived from the word : cha cha merba). However, in chinese Hokkien dialect, cha cha or che che means abundance. This Bubur Cha Cha do have a mix of everything, and abundance in the ingredients used ;P     Ingredients for Bubur Cha Cha Main ingredients in Bubur Cha Cha are sweet potatoes, yam, banana, sago and the 3 colourful short noodles made of tapioca flour. If you are familiar with Nyonya cuisine, the nyonya version of bubur cha cha will have similar ingredients but instead of noodles. The Nyonya will have tapioca jellies in their Bubur Cha Cha. Some will add black eye peas too.   How to make Bubur Cha


Golden Fried Wontons

February 18, 2021
These fried wontons are the most addictive snacks ever! Perfect as finger food for a parties or large gathering.  


Yam Abacus

February 10, 2021
Hakka Yam Abacus Seeds | Suan Pan Zi | 客家算盘子 dish is traditional Hakka dish, made with yam and eaten during Chinese New Year celebration.  


Yee Sang | Prosperity Toss Salad

February 05, 2021
Yee Sang, a dish symbolises Prosperity, Good Luck ,Great Health and all thing auspicious during Chinese New Year.