April 22, 2013

Iban Traditional Kuih







 
















10 comments:

Daniel Yiek said...

Kuih jala?

Anonymous said...

I also see this "kuih" in Sabah and Brunei. Think its popular among the kampong folks, for breakfast and tea times. Nowadays, the taste is not as "lemak" like before. maybe cut down on sugar for health reasons. Still enjoyable as always. Dont talk when its in your mouth, can spray all over !

Patricia

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Stenographer said...

I will post one or two photos...

Stenographer said...

Yes. Others in West Malaysia call it Kuih Keras. Only in Sarawak it is called Serang Semut.

Stenographer said...

I love it when it is not oily. It has to be eaten fresh. Older ones tend to have oily residue. It is good when it is not too sweet. Love it. I am glad they are making them smaller now.

Stenographer said...

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Stenographer said...

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