Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Who can identify my favourite kuih?

My favourite kuih of all time..its white..it tastes abit like radish cake..but more flour i suppose..topped with salty fried shallots and sweet sauce.. this is a brilliant breakfast or an awesome snack.. But what is the name of this artistic photo of the kuih?.. i know my picture doesnt do justice..hahaha..

Thats it for now..

19 comments:

Paprika said...

OMG! I've forgotten the name of this damn kuih! Now its really bugging me! Whatisitttt?!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

paprika: thus my question la..its supppose to be put zhai ko or won zhai ko..cant confirm also..i need other ppl's help also..

zewt said...

damn damn... really cant make up... what the hell is that?

looks like insects from afar.

:: Nicole :: said...

it's won zhai ko!!! :) my fav too!! where can buy the most delicious won zhai ko?? i think it's call won zhai ko coz they made it in a small bowl :)

Kok said...

joe,
What's that kuih????

tigerfish said...

WTK? Chui kuih? But that's with chai poh leh, and I did not see the chai poh?

How about wah (bowl) kuih? Dunno...WTK?

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

zewt: hahah this is no ripleys mate..

nicole: haha you think thats the name?? i normally get my rare supply in the imbi market..

kok: i dunno also..can anyone tell me the right answer??

tigerfish: hahah wtk..i like that phrase..i dun think its chai poh ler..could be also..i am so bad with names..

Precious Pea said...

Definately Woon Jai Koh with those choy bou on top. Yumzz..i love it too!

Put Zhai Koh is those smaller version normally with flavouring like red bean and stuck to a lidi stick.

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

pp: haha you saved the day with the correct name! haha i was having problem differentiating the two..but somehow the topping tasted more like shallots then choy poh..

jolcy said...

ya.. it's woon chai ko.. and yes.. it's choy poh.. haha.. :) nice.. :)

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

jolcy: haha okok..answer confirmed lor..how come i dont say any updates on ur blog..keke..

Simon said...

Wun Chai Go? Kuih in the bowl.

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

simon: haha yeap kuih in the bowl..WTK exactly..

Soulblade said...

hmn.. i was taught that it is called "put chai ko" my grandma.

those in red bean with a 'lidi' is also called that, but with additional 'hong dao put chai ko' lar..

any clarifications?

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

soulblade: haha exactly..im still waiting for some sifus to answer..it seems its won chai ko or as u put it inter-usable terms..still remains a mystery..

jolcy said...

paiseh la joe.. no time la lately... and then got things to write become nothing to write already by the time i wanna write.. you get what I mean.. :P

Simon said...

I think put chai go is more Cantonese way of saying it. Like in Hong Kong, they don't call it wun chai go but put chai go. They variety like red bean and plain one. I don't think they use choy poh and sweet sauce on it though. So, I think wun chai go is the Malaysian version of put chai go.

teckiee said...

so many names... which one ah... my grandma calls this ham kou (salty kuih)

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

jolcy: understood..suffering from the same syndrome now..

simon: nice explanation..haha everything is settled

teckiee: haha i know..just point at it and say..i want that one.!