101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes

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7 introduction to malay kuihs about the publisher hello my name is noraini maskuri or nora m as i am known on line. my love for cooking and baking has inspired me to ...

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2 Copyright © 2007 Noraini Maskuri and KuihRecipes.com ALL RIGHTS RESERVED No part of this report may be reproduced or transmitted in any form whatsoever, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any informational storage or retrieval system without expressed written, dated and signed permission from the author. DISCLAIMER This Ebook is for informational purposes only. While every attempt has been made to verify the information provided in this recipe Ebook, neither the author nor the distributor assume any responsibility for errors or omissions. This Ebook has been distributed with the understanding that we are not engaged in rendering technical, legal, accounting or other professional advice. We do not give any kind of guarantee about the accuracy of information provided. In no event will the author and/or marketer be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or other loss or damage arising out of the use of this document by any person, regardless of whether or not informed of the possibility of damages in advance NOTICE: This is NOT a FREE Ebook. You Do NOT Have the Right to Resell or Reprint this Ebook! If you wish to sell this Ebook, you may become an affiliate by visiting this website and following the instructions there: http://www.KuihRecipes.com/affiliates/ If you obtained this Ebook from anywhere other than http://www.KuihRecipes.com/, you have a pirated copy. Please help to stop Internet Crime by reporting this to: mailto:editor@TheInfoPublishers.com 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com
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3 T ABLE OF C ONTENTS I NTRODUCTION TO M ALAY K UIHS ............................................................... 7 About The Publisher........................................................................................................... Who are the Malays?............................................................................................................ What characterizes Malay kuihs?....................................................................................... 7 8 9 S ELECTED K UIH P ICTURES ........................................................................ 11 S WEET K UIH R ECIPES ................................................................................... 13 Kuih Pulut Serikaya......................................................................................................... Kuih Kesui........................................................................................................................... Kuih Lompang.................................................................................................................... Kuih Jongkong................................................................................................................... Kuih Abok-Abok Sago................................................................................................. Kuih Lepat Pisang............................................................................................................ Kuih Koleh Kacang.......................................................................................................... Kuih Ondeh-Ondeh Keledek ...................................................................................... Kuih Bingka Ubi Kayu................................................................................................... Kuih Dadar......................................................................................................................... Kuih Keria........................................................................................................................... Jemput-Jemput Pisang..................................................................................................... Kuih Koci ............................................................................................................................ Kuih Rengas........................................................................................................................ Kuih Bingka Ubi .............................................................................................................. Tepung Gomak.................................................................................................................. Kuih Bakar.......................................................................................................................... Kuih Bakar Kelabu........................................................................................................... Kuih Lapis Bestari........................................................................................................... Kuih Kacau Kacang Hijau.............................................................................................. Kuih Kacau Keledek........................................................................................................ Kuih Talam Dua Muka................................................................................................... Kuih Biji Nangka............................................................................................................... Goreng Pisang.................................................................................................................... 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com 14 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
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4 Kolak Keladi........................................................................................................................ Puding Kastard Mangga.................................................................................................. Urap Pisang......................................................................................................................... Kek Kukus Berinti Kelapa.............................................................................................. Kuih Pau Goreng............................................................................................................... Kuih Lopes.......................................................................................................................... Kuih Nagasari..................................................................................................................... Talam Bakar Kentang ..................................................................................................... Getuk-Getuk Ubi Kayu.................................................................................................. Bingka Suji.......................................................................................................................... Kuih Tepung Pelita........................................................................................................... Kuih Serabai....................................................................................................................... Kuih Talam Keledek ........................................................................................................ Kuih Seri Muka Jagung ................................................................................................. Kuih Seri Muka Pulut Hitam.......................................................................................... Kuih Tepung Pasung........................................................................................................ Wajik...................................................................................................................................... Putu Piring............................................................................................................................ Talam Durian...................................................................................................................... Kuih Apam Balik................................................................................................................ Puding Sum Sum............................................................................................................... Pudding Jagung ................................................................................................................ Puding Tembikai Susu..................................................................................................... Pudding Sagu...................................................................................................................... Pudding Kacang Merah.................................................................................................... Bubur Kacang Hijau......................................................................................................... Pengat Pisang...................................................................................................................... Bubur Pulut Hitam............................................................................................................. Bubur Cha-Cha................................................................................................................ Bubur Terigu ..................................................................................................................... Bubur Suji .......................................................................................................................... Pengat Labu........................................................................................................................ Bubur Hitam Putih............................................................................................................. Pengat Durian..................................................................................................................... 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74
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5 S AVOURY K UIH R ECIPES ............................................................................. 75 Pulut Panggang.................................................................................................................... Popiah Goreng.................................................................................................................... Samosa................................................................................................................................. Kuih Talam Lauk................................................................................................................ Epok-Epok Daging......................................................................................................... Epok-Epok Sayur........................................................................................................... Kekoleh Lemak .................................................................................................................. Cucur Udang...................................................................................................................... Cucur Badak...................................................................................................................... Cucur Ubi Kayu................................................................................................................ Cucur Bawang.................................................................................................................... Cucur Jagung Berempah................................................................................................ Sardin Gulung.................................................................................................................... Kuih Cara Berlauk............................................................................................................ Getuk Ubi Pedas............................................................................................................... Blotok.................................................................................................................................... Lempeng Sagu................................................................................................................... Vadai...................................................................................................................................... Cucur Kentang.................................................................................................................. Sepera.................................................................................................................................. 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 S NACKS AND A GAR -A GAR (J ELLIES ) R ECIPES .................................. 96 Layang-Layang Berempah............................................................................................. Keropok Lekor................................................................................................................... Kuih Siput........................................................................................................................... Kuih Gunting.................................................................................................................... Ubi Manis.......................................................................................................................... Cakar Ayam ..................................................................................................................... Rempeyek........................................................................................................................... Tumpi.................................................................................................................................. Kerepek Bawang............................................................................................................. Kuih Redan........................................................................................................................ 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com
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6 Agar-Agar Gula Melaka.............................................................................................. Agar-Agar Puding Ratu................................................................................................ Agar-Agar Santan ........................................................................................................ Agar-Agar Santan Laichi............................................................................................ Agar-Agar Kacang Merah........................................................................................... Agar-Agar Lengkong Oren........................................................................................ Agar-Agar Belang......................................................................................................... Agar-Agar Gudil............................................................................................................ Agar-Agar Kopi Susu.................................................................................................. Agar-Agar Koko............................................................................................................. Agar-Agar Pisang........................................................................................................... 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 F REE R ESOURCES AND R ECOMMENDATIONS .................................. 118 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com
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7 Introduction to Malay Kuihs About The Publisher Hello my name is Noraini Maskuri or Nora M as I am known online. My love for cooking and which I am proud to introduce to you. baking has inspired me to put together this comprehensive list of traditional Malay recipes available to those outside the community to sample a heritage of delightful delicacies. I have translated them into English making them I am a first generation Singaporean but I am a Javanese/Malay by race. My father came to Singapore from Java, Indonesia at a very young age. As with many Indonesian immigrants of of Malay population in Singapore. The Malays are not necessarily Malaysians. They can be Malay Indonesian, Malay Filipino, Malay Malaysia or Cape Malays. those days, he was amongst the first settlers and contributed to the growth and development I have lived the life of Singaporean Malay, which makes me a Singaporean by nationality but Malay by ethnicity. Indonesian woman from Sumatra and so she lived the life of a Malay as well.The strong language, culture and religion. My mother was born in Singapore, a Chinese baby adopted by an influence of Malay/Indonesian heritage has impacted me and shaped me in terms of food, I remember growing up with all these delicacies and thought them to be desserts from heaven, after ice-creams and chocolates of course. I remember fondly the many lazy afternoons when I helped my grandmother whipped up all these kuihs and how sweet life was at that time to sit down with a plate of these chewy kuihs, or crunchy snacks or a hot bowl of bubur. And a hot cup of coffee. I bring to you the knowledge and experience of that rich heritage in this Traditional Malay Kuih recipe ebook. It is my intention to share these recipes with the rest of the world, by that go into making our traditional kuihs. making them available in English. Till today, too many people still wonder about the secrets Wishing you a delightful and sweet discovery. These kuihs will lift your soul. Best Wishes Nora M MyCookery.Com/blog 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com
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8 Who are the Malays? The Malays are the people who inhabit the Malayan Peninsula and some of the nearby islands, including the east coast of Sumatra, the coast of Borneo and smaller islands that lie between the area. These tribal proto-Malays were a seafaring people. Present day Malays of the Peninsula and coasts of the Malay Archipelago are "anthropologically described as deutero- Malays" and are the descendants of the tribal proto-Malays mixed with modern Indian, Thai, Arab and Chinese ancestry. Malay culture itself has been strongly influenced by that of people of neighboring lands, including Siamese, Javanese, Sumatran and Indians. The influence of Hindu India was historically very great, and the Malay people were largely Hinduized before they were converted to Islam in the 15th century. For 2000 years, the traffic especially Tamils and Gujeratis. Some Hindu rituals survive in Malay culture, as in the second part of the marriage ceremony and in various ceremonies of State. of traders between the Malayan Archipelago and India resulted in frequent intermarriages 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com
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9 What characterizes Malay kuihs? Kuih or sometimes called Kueh is the equivalent of a Western dessert but vastly differentiated by definitions. The Western desserts are made from cakes, pastries and puddings. The Malay kuihs are quite different in texture, flavour and appearance as they are very often steamed instead of baked, and sometimes special moulds are used to shape the kuihs. Unlike Western ingredients like butter, cream, milk, cheese, castor sugar, pastry margarine, jams, cake flour, etc, Malay kuihs are made primarily from coconut milk for creamy effect, palm sugar for natural sweetness and great colour, edible tubers such as yam or sweet potatoes which are boiled and mixed with plain flour and used as base, or beans which have been supermarkets. processed into flours such as green bean flour etc and can be found easily in Asian With ingenuity and slight twist in ingredients, a seemingly similar recipe produces different taste and look. A bit like cake making. Most of the recipes are passed down from one generation to the next and the average Malay household would usually inherit the interest and skill to make kuihs. Kuihs are eaten any time of the day, and not just as desserts. The Malays are more comfortable eating kuihs than cornflakes or toast for breakfast. And then again during tea-time. Recipes are usually shared amongst the Malays and passed down in the Malay language and so limited its reach to those outside the community. Kuihs have recently gained popularity through international hotels in Asia which have begun to introduce them in their buffet dessert spreads. In this recipe book, I have compiled some of the popular ones and some of my best personal favourites. Where possible, I have included pictures to demonstrate the interesting shape, colour and texture of the kuihs. The range of kuihs in this recipe book includes the sweet and the savoury. I have also included Malay puddings and bubur. I thought the inclusion of “bubur” is a must in this selection because although it is not kuih by definition, it is eaten as desserts. The literal meaning of “bubur” is porridge or broth and yet it is not quite so. Bubur is 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com
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10 a sweet and concentrated “porridge” and can be eaten piping hot or chilled, works both ways and each produces quite a different effect. Included also are some agar- agar recipes, which are the Western equivalent of jellies. Traditional Malay crackers can also be found in this book and are eaten during festivities. The use of sugar or coconut milk can be less or more if so desired, depending on individual’s preference. To this day, recipes are being adapted according to personal taste buds. For the more health-conscious, they have substituted coconut milk for fresh milk or evaporated milk. 101 Traditional Malay Kuih Recipes http://www.KuihRecipes.com
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