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Kuih are bite-sized snack or dessert foods commonly found in Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia (where it is called kue), and Thailand (Especially Phuket and Phang-nga), as well as the Southern China provinces of Fujian and Chaoshan, also in the Netherlands through its colonial link to Indonesia. Kuih is a fairly broad term which may include items that would be called cakes, cookies, dumplings, pudding, biscuit, or pastries in English and are usually made from rice or glutinous rice.

Kuih from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


  • Abok-abok
  • Ang ku kuih (red tortoise cake)
  • Apam balik
  • Bahulu
  • Cucur
  • Curry puff
  • Hakka savoury kuih
  • Hee pan (pink kuih)
  • Hoon kuih
  • Huat kuih
  • Kuih bakar
  • kuih bakul (niangao)
  • Kuih bengka
  • Kuih bingka ubi / kuih bengka (tapioca)
  • Kuih bongkong / kuih jongkong
  • Kuih gula hangus
  • Kuih gulung, kuih ketayap, kuih lenggang or kuih dadar
  • Kuih jagung
  • Kuih jala
  • Kuih kacang merah
  • Kuih kosui or kuih lompang
  • Kuih lapis beras (nine-layer cake)
  • Kuih pie tee
  • kuih pulut
  • Kuih sago ubi / kuih sago
  • Kuih talam
  • Kuih talam kacang merah / kuih kacang merah
  • Kuih talam keladi
  • Kuih talam ubi
  • Lepat pisang
  • Onde onde
  • Or kuih (yam cake)
  • Pak thong ko (white sugar sponge cake)
  • Pineapple tart
  • Pulut inti
  • Pulut panggang
  • Putu piring
  • Pulut sambal
  • Pulut tai-tai or pulut tekan
  • Puteri ayu
  • Rempah udang
  • Seri muka
  • Steamed tapioca banana
  • Teochew ku chai kuih
  • Tepung pelita


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