filmr #couturexkueh-Pulut inti
Pulut Inti or Blue Glutinous Rice Cakes - Nonya Kueh Recipes are nonya kueh for a straits-born Chinese wedding specialty. The blue stained Glutinous Rice come from a flower name Bunga Telang or Blue Pea Flower topped with grated coconut cook with gula melaka or palm sugar and pandan leaves.
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filmr #couturexkueh - pulut panggang
Pulut panggang is a Malay or Nonya cuisine literally translated as “grilled glutinous rice”. It can be commonly found in the night market of Singapore and Malaysia. In Sarawak, the Pulut panggang is “kosong” meaning “no filling” whereas depending on which part of Malaysia that you are visiting, the fillings can range from dried desiccated coconuts to beef floss to shrimp floss. Traditionally, the glutinous rice was wrapped in banana leaves and grilled over the charcoal stove.
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  •   filmr @ironsage thank u, I'm so happy hearing this. 15h
  •   stsanto At my hometown it's called "gogos" and the filling is spicy tuna. 13h
  •   jon.foo Lovely feed, really interesting set of kueh photos:) 12h
  •   filmr @jon.foo thank you ! One last picture tomorrow to end the series 56s

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filmr #couturexkueh -Nine layer cake (Kueh) for a cold Saturday morning. All the layers were consumed after the shot was done 2d
  •   kextay which kueh did u like the most on ur body? @raozijie 2d
  •   sim.hazel How to balance wooowwww 2d
  •   ivytay_cheers Of all the kueh kueh shoots .. Love tis pic the most .. Very Creative & colourful .. RZJ did well too .. Cheers 2d
  •   soramayx Nice necklace 2d

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filmr #couturexkueh - Png keuh Teochews actually call these dumplings Poong Tor which literally means “rice peaches”. In Mandarin, they are known as桃粿 which means “peach dumplings”. The peach is regarded in Chinese lore as a symbol of longevity. There is reference to the sacred peaches of immortality in the story of Sun Wu Kong (The Monkey King) where he ate the sacred peaches of the Jade Emperor’s garden and obtained immortality. So the Chinese used peaches as an offering in religious ceremonies as a symbol of longevity. Since peaches are only in season once a year, dumplings like the Png Kueh and even Pao that is made in the shape of peaches are used out of season as offerings. Both of this items have the familiar pink hue to make them look more like peaches. -info via Dr leslie Tay 3d

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filmr #couturexkueh anyone know the name of this kueh? 4d
  •   leelijuan Pandan cheese roll. 4d
  •   yaptommy The rolls from Rich and Good pastry shop at kandahar st is the best; plus their shop name is shamelessly awesome 🏻 4d
  •   filmr @yaptommy oh yes I love the kaya flavour one in tat shop 3d
  •   ironsage pandan cheese swiss roll from Bangawan solo! 2d

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filmr #couturexkueh Ang Ku kueh aka Red tortoise cake is a small round or oval shaped Chinese pastry with soft sticky glutinous rice flour skin wrapped around a sweet filling in the centre. 5d

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filmr Ondeh Ondeh #couturexkueh 6d

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filmr It started over a casual water melon martini drink after of a week of filming , after a few drinks , we saw the kuehs we bought and after more drinks ..
This is what happened. More kuehs coming over the next 8 days!
Couture x Kueh
A drunk new collaboration with @jfengg
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  •   ironsage i loveee this series sia 4d
  •   filmr @ironsage thank you for your support , a new kueh freshly served till end of this wk lol 4d
  •   phonenomenon I think this one better than SK2 mask! 3d
  •   filmr @phonenomenon it's proven, very moisturising with vegetable oil lol 3d

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filmr 1960s hair saloon steamer converted into a lamp given by New Chay Hong beauty parlour as a farewell gift when it closed last year in Lor Liew Lian. 1w

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filmr 1970s first generation Singapore telecom Coffeeshop public phone. 1w

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filmr Welcome to the 80s too 2w
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  •   filmr @stsanto can't tell u ... Secret lol 2w
  •   filmr @blackmobil Xie Xie 2w
  •   yell0w This reminded me of that short film musical that you made. It was in a dvd called "Royston's Shorts". Love that collection 2d

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filmr Welcome to the 80s 2w

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filmr Told u many times that I'm a mega epic fairy!! 2w

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filmr It's was a moving experience last night at the premiere of 《离人》in Pulau Ubin. Thank you National Museum of Singapore for commissioning us to do this project ! 2w

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filmr Getting ready for tonight 《离人》 2w

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filmr One more day to the premiere of 《离人》thank you everyone for the overwhelming support, it's completely sold out 2w
  •   skinnyguy sold out really quickly... couldn't get tix... congrats! 2w
  •   jampulets 棒棒的。:) 2w
  •   ning.thing Big hugs! See you soon! 2w
  •   danielneowk Can public still go and hope to see the film? Couldn't get the tickets in time? 2w

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filmr Love can be so simple and extraordinary , Mr and Mrs Ong , Going back to Ubin to recount their love story . 《离人》 3w

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filmr The school teacher from the one and only Ubin primary school. 3w

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filmr First look at the teaser for @chuanpictures project《离人》
See you at the screening on 14th May, 730pm at Pulau Ubin. Public is free to access the island, but participants are encouraged to purchase the SHF-Ubin access pass to 'chope' a seat at the designated seating area.
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