Friday, August 3, 2012

Kami juga menerima tempahan untuk majlis perkahwinan, berkhatan, kenduri, jamuan dan lain-lain lagi. Untuk pengetahuan semua, kami hanya menerima tempahan kuih-kuih ini hanye di negeri Sabah sahaja. Harap maklum. Sebarang pertanyaan atau persoalan bolehla kol nombor di bawah ini ok..:)

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Rempeyek or peyek is a deep-fried savoury Indonesian peanut cracker made from flour (usually rice flour), peanuts, dried anchovies or shrimp, coconut milk, salt and spices. Some people also add a chopped citrus leaf to add the "fresh" taste to it.
Rempeyek can also be made with spinach, which known as peyek bayam. To make this, the spinach leaf is dip to the batter and deep fried. A big Bayam leaf is required to make a nice peyek bayam.
They are popular in Indonesia, Malaysia, and The Netherlands, through its historical connection with Indonesia.
The crackers are shaped and cooked in a wok or pan of hot oil.

Kuih sapit@kapit

Kuih Kapit is part of Nyonya Food and Malay Food, so that makes it part of Malaysian Food. The Penang Nyonyas and Malays have perfected their skills to made this Nyonya cookies or biscuits into a novelty.


 Kuih bahulu is a perennial favourite among Malaysians of all ages.
 It's soft and slightly dry texture goes very well with black coffee.
 Kueh bahulu comes in different shapes, but the popular ones are
 the goldfish and the button (see picture).