One Saturday morning, I was somewhere around Paramount Garden and I remember that mom loves da "Nyonya Kuih" sold at one small stall which's located inside O & S Restaurant. So without thinking much, I parked my car and walked inside to pack some of da traditional homemade Nyonya Dessert home. Apparently, this stall seems to be quite famous that a friend of mine who stays far away from PJ got to know that da Nyonya Kuih from this stall are all yummy-licious. However, please be warned that they are all comes at a high price! No kidding.....
"Pandan Ang Koo" with Mung Beans filling. There are 3 pieces per parket and comes in a mini size. I must admit that I love this da most, soft and chewy!
This's definitely mom's favourite, "Kuih Onde-onde". From da picture, you can actually see that there are 6 pieces inside a packet and generous amount of grated Coconut are given! Initially, I thought that it's quite hard to make this and I thought that it must be steamed but a friend of mine told me that it's actually easy to make "Kuih Onde-onde" by just boiling da ready-made dough. Really that easy? Hmm.... maybe I should try to make it one day.... one fine day! :p
I remember that when I was still studying in primary school, mom would always pack this "Pulut Panggang" (Bbq Glutinous Rice) for me. As for now, it's da other way round! Whenever I see something that my parents used to give me or buy for me when I was a kid, I will somehow try my best to do da same now. So, it's so true that what goes around, comes around huh? I think that it's a circle, if you treat your kids good, in return, they will obey you and be good to you but if you never care for them during their growing up period, you know that when you gets old, they will treat you da same way too! Oopsss... back to da "Pulut Panggang", I would have to say that this's a freshly grilled "Pulut Panggang" I came upon. Not oily at all and da filling inside this Glutinous Rice, not too spicy and pounded with grated Coconut and dried Prawns. Yummy!
I am sure that this's definitely one of da many famous desserts for da Chinese, a Rice Pudding. To da Chinese, this dessert is called as "Wun Chai Kou" and it's best to be eaten with da given Pickles and Sauces ;)