Chwee Kuih (Steam Rice Cake with Preserved Turnip)
This popular breakfast dish - Chwee Kueh literally means “water cake”. In Hokkien dialect, they are called chwee, means water and kuih from Malay language means cake. This popular breakfast food is of Teochew origin.
Our Chwee Kuih are steamed to perfection. They are soft and almost pudding-like in texture. This cake has a “dimple” on top and usually top with savory and sweet preserved turnip and then served with our homemade sambal chili.
Re-heat instruction is included.
Includes: 4 pieces + a portion of sambal chili
Rice Flour, Tapioca Flour, Water, Wheat Starch, Oil, Salt, Preserved Turnip, Garlic, Dark Soy Sauce, Black Pepper, Sugar, Vegetable Oil
Allergen Information: For allergen see ingredients in BOLD