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Ingredients: Salted radish ( caipo ) rinse Onion & garlic Dark soy sauce Sugar 150g rice flour 10g wheat starch 1/2 tsp salt 200ml water 3 tbsp cooking oil 500ml boiling water Bahan: Lobak asin ( caipo ) bilas Bawang merah & putih Kecap pekat ( dark soy sauce ) Gula 150g tepung beras 10g wheat starch ( tepung tang mien ) 1/2 sdt garam 200ml air 3 sdmk minyak 500ml air panas ( mendidih ) #chweekueh #chweekuih #watercake
At 5am, 82-year-old stall owner Uncle Peng is already at the stall starting preparations for the day. From washing Chwee Kueh moulds, frying Chai Poh and chilli, steaming kueh, to serving his customers, it is all a one-man show. Watch the video for Uncle Peng's amazing Chwee Kueh making! Operating hours: 6am - 1.30pm Open daily Address: Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre #02-67 Music: Memories from 🤍 Join HappyCat.黑皮猫 for more food adventures! Watch the latest videos here: Restaurant-Quality Dishes at a Coffee Shop! | Zai Shun Curry Fish Head | 253 Jurong East Street 24 🤍 Get clumsy eating Tulang with bare hands | Deen 17 Tulang Specialist | Golden Mile Food Centre 🤍
Chwee Kueh (water rice cake) is a breakfast dish commonly eaten in Singapore. The rice cake is made with rice flour and water steamed in a metal mould, giving it its signature shape. It is topped with chai poh (preserved radish) that is flavoured with garlic and soya sauce before being fried in oil. Chilli sauce is usually served on the side. For my challenge, I visited a specialist Chwee Kueh shop at Taman Jurong to get 100 Chwee Kueh to destroy. The shop is run entirely by an old man who has been making Chwee Kueh for decades and has been at this location for 5 years. His Chwee Kueh is very affordably priced at 5/10 for $1.50/$3. There are more famous and Michelin-awarded places out there, but I want to help less well-known and legacy businesses. The rice cakes on their own are actually rather bland and light, which is normal for rice cakes as they are meant to act as vessels for the toppings. The preserved radish were very savoury and barely sweet, unlike some of the more famous ones. As they were practically deep fried in oil, it was a very oily and cloying topping. The chilli compensated the heaviness of the topping well, with a lightly spicy and heavily smoky flavour. At 100 rice cakes weighing around 5KG, it was quite a challenge to complete as the oily and heavy preserved radish got to me quick. While adding the chilli sauce helped, I still had to push myself to complete the challenge. As always, if you order a reasonable portion of 5 or 10, this would be a hearty breakfast to start the day with. Do support local businesses and this old man by visiting his Chwee Kueh shop! Visit Taman Jurong Chwee Kueh at: Taman Jurong Food Centre #02-67 3 Yung Sheng Road Singapore 618499 Connect with me! Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Use code ZERMATT for 58% off ALL Myprotein products. For those that are interested in doing Invisible Braces: 🤍 Use code ZERMATT100 for special discount!
One of our local breakfast favourites, this is something that every Singaporean loves with a passion! Chwee Kueh literally means water cake. It is a type of steamed rice cake topped with preserved radish (chye por). The kueh itself itself tastes light and soft with the fragrance of steamed rice, chye por gives it the savoury finish. One thing to take note is that the chye poh needs to be washed 2-3 times so that it’s not too salty. Serve it on it’s own or with your favourite chilli sauce! #SG50 #jiaksimi #themeatmensg #chweekueh #ricecakes #breakfastofchampions Recipe at:- 🤍 P.S. Say, if you like our recipe videos, don't forget to follow our page and share them with your friends. We have many new videos coming up, so stay tuned!
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Inheriting from his parents who started selling Chwee Kueh since 1978, Mr Sam Lee continues the 40-year-old legacy of offering the all-time breakfast snacks. The 3 items on the menu are Wah Kueh (碗糕), Chwee Kueh (水粿) & Glutinous Rice (糯米饭), that have accompanied many adults through their childhood. Both types of kueh are made with rice flour. Slightly different from Chwee Kueh, Wah Kueh or bowl rice is shaped like a big pudding, with dried shrimp, mushroom and mince meat, and doused with special soy sauce and garlic. While preparing the kueh, Sam has to stand and bent over all day. To avoid back pain, while pouring rice milk over each metal cup, he has to constantly make small movements as if performing the 'dance of love' - with his pouring can. Try catch Sam dancing if you drop by the stall! Watch the video for a glimpse into how Sam prepares the kueh! Proudly brought to you by HappyCat.黑皮猫. Operating hours: 7.15am - 1.15pm Closed on Monday Address: Telok Blangah Crescent Food Centre #01-86, 11 Telok Blangah Crescent, Singapore 090011 Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): 🤍 * Join HappyCat.黑皮猫 for more food adventures! Watch the latest videos here: From fish farm to table - a unique, unforgettable taste of Empurau | Yu Shi Ge Wang Bu Liao Seafood 🤍 Creamiest and fragrant “Stinky” durians and pastry at 99 Old Trees (99老树) 🤍 * Check out our Social Media pages for our trails: We cordially invite you to join our Facebook group, & support our heritage hawker food offered by our hardworking stall owners. 请支持和加入黑皮猫的脸书社团的最新动向和发展 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 If you have a story to share and are keen to be featured on the channel, drop us an email! happycatheipimao🤍gmail.com
潮州水粿 | 传统水粿做法，一学就上手 | Teochew Steamed Rice Cake | Teochew Chwee Kueh ◆ Ingredients 食材 ◆ 450ml Water 清水 ½ tsp Salt 盐 20g Wheat Starch 澄面粉 2 tbsp Shallot Oil 葱油 150g Rice Flour 粘米粉 20g Tapioca Starch 木薯粉 300ml Water 清水 100g Shallot Slices 红葱片 80g Salty Preserved Radish 咸菜脯碎 80g Sweet Preserved Radish 甜菜脯碎 3 tbsp Shallot Oil 葱油 30g Chopped Garlic 蒜末 1 tsp Thick Soy Sauce 老抽 1 tsp Sugar 白糖 ¼ tsp Pepper 胡椒粉 Pls don't forget to subscribe our channel and leave a like, stay tuned for more video!!!❤️❤️❤️ Thank you for watching😍 Pls follow our social media to get first-hand information.💗 Facebook: Mr.Peter Cooking Show Instagram: mrpetercookingshow For business enquiry: MrPeterCookingShow🤍gmail.com This video belongs to its creator, which is the owner of MrPeter Cooking Show. Strictly not allowed to download, share or any reproduction without permission for business purpose!!! Legal action will be taken！！！# Q 弹美味 # 简易料理 本视频属于原创作者，MrPeter Cooking Show 所有者的产物及资产 严禁用于任何未经许可的商业用途 对于任何侵权者，将会采取法律行动 ！！！# Q 弹美味 # 简易料理
⬇️ Ingredients below ⬇️ 👍 Like to see more of your favourite Asian recipes 👍 👇 Comment what recipes you want to see next below 👇 Today, we’ll be making a popular snack and breakfast item amongst the Chinese community in Singapore. Chwee Kueh 水粿 is loosely translated as “watery rice cake”. The kueh (pastry part) is made mostly using rice flour, and it is served with chye poh (preserved sweet turnips) on the top. Take note that you’ll need to have moulds to shape the batter for the kueh – cupcake moulds would work too. Serve your chwee kueh with a generous portion of chye poh and sambal chilli for a Singapore breakfast experience at home! #themeatmensg #simple #delicious #PassionMadePossible #VisitSingapore ⬇️ Ingredients here ⬇️ 150g Chye Poh (preserved sweet turnips) ½ cup oil 30g minced garlic 60g minced shallots 2 tbsp sugar ½ tsp white pepper ½ tbsp dark soy sauce Batter: 150g rice flour 20g wheat flour 1 tsp salt 2 tbsp oil 400ml water 400ml boiling water Full recipe: 🤍 P.S. We’ve got recipes for all your Singaporean and Asian favourites on our channel. Hit subscribe and share them with your friends. P.P.S. Can’t find a recipe you like? Drop us a comment or ping us on our socials. Get cooking with us: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
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Chwee kueh 水粿 or literally known as 'water rice cake' is a type of steamed rice cake with preserved radish. Chwee kueh is a popular breakfast item in Singapore and Johor. It is a part of Teochew cuisine, eaten in China, Singapore, Johor, Malaysia and certain places in Southeast Asia. Tropika Club will take you through aggregated rankings or "ranking of rankings" compared from the following sources to further ascertain the final rankings. This is further refined using the TripAdvisor rankings to decide between the position in case there is a tie. Read on to find out where are the Top 10 Best Chwee Kueh in Singapore. Rankings 1. Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh 2. Jian Bo Shui Kueh 3. Bedok Chwee Kueh 4. Tangs Orchard 5. Xin Xi Chwee Kueh 6. Siang Siang Chwee Kueh or read the full article at 🤍 Tropika Club Magazine crafts articles on all things Singapore, but with a greater emphasis on local businesses based on our #SupportLocalSG initiative. We also cover local content ranging from beauty, lifestyle, places, eats and what's on in Singapore. Tropika Club Magazine – Tropika Club Magazine crafts articles on all things Singapore, but with a greater emphasis on local businesses based on our #SupportLocalSG initiative. We check out and feature local businesses of all categories, ranging from your neighbourhood hawker stalls to the aesthetic clinics in town. We also cover local content ranging from beauty, lifestyle, places, eats and what’s on in Singapore. Our Top 10 rankings include local food and service establishments based in different regions in Singapore. Tropika Club Deals – Tropika Club Deals brings to you great deals and offers from our beauty, wellness and fitness merchants across many key categories of hairstyling, hair removal, facials & aesthetics, brows & lashes, nails and make-up, spa and massage as well as fitness and wellness in the form of amazing discounted online digital vouchers which you can easily redeem at the merchants. In addition, enjoy as much as up to 5% for each purchase that you make, regardless of the amount that you spend. Think Cashback. Think Tropika. Tropika Club Magazine: 🤍 Tropika Club Deals: 🤍 Get up to date with beauty and wellness articles, guides, tips and how-to at our Tropika Club magazine at 🤍
【Recipe】🤍 Chwee kueh is a rice cake topped with salted turnip. The soft cake has the subtle fragrance of rice but is otherwise quite bland. The turnip, OTOH, is salty, fragrant, crunchy and oily. The contrast obviously works, judging from chwee kueh's popularity.
CHWEE KUEH (Ingredients) —water rice cake —preserved turnip —spicy sambal sauce
From teochew origin, chwee kueh is a popular breakfast dish in singapore and malaysia comprising of steamed rice cakes with preserved radish (or cai po) as a topping. This easy recipe will show you how to make chwee kueh. The term chwee translates to water in hokkien language while kueh is a malaysian word for cake or pudding. Thus chwee kueh or water cake describes how the rice cakes are made and the delightfully soft wobbly consistency it has once steamed. The rice cake is then served with a savoury topping made mostly with a preserved radish ingredient called cai po. Note: you may come across other variations in name such as shui kueh, shui kuih, sui kweh, chui kueh, or chwee kway. 0:00 Intro 0:08 Prepare cai po topping for kueh 0:44 Prepare rice cake mixture 0:59 Double boil until slightly thick 1:10 Prepare individual rice cakes and steam 1:38 Top with cai po topping and serve - The full recipe is below - Makes 9 pieces. Topping: 30g shallot, diced finely 2 cloves garlic, chopped finely 80g salted preserved radish (cai po), diced finely ½ tsp sugar ¼ tsp white pepper ¼ cup vegetable oil Rice Cake: 75g rice flour 10g wheat starch ½ tsp salt 1 tbs vegetable oil 150ml water 150ml boiling water Prepare topping first by frying shallot and garlic in vegetable oil on medium heat. Fry briefly for around 1 min just to soften the shallot and remove the raw taste of garlic. Add salted preserved radish (cai po) and fry for another 1-2 mins. Add dark soy sauce, sugar, and white pepper and stir until well combined. Remove and set aside. Prepare rice cake by mixing rice flour, wheat starch, salt, vegetable oil, and water in a large bowl. Once well combined, add boiling water and continue stirring until well combined. Prepare a double boiler by placing bowl on top of boiling pot of water. Continue to stir for the next 6-8 mins until it has a slightly thick consistency. This process will help to incorporate the oil, flour, and water evenly in the mixture so that the rice cake will have an even and wobbly consistency when steamed. Once ready, transfer the rice cake mixture into a measuring jug for easy pouring. Prepare molds by lightly brushing with vegetable oil. Pour rice cake mixture into each mold leaving around 1-2mm from the edge. Place in a steamer and steam covered for 20 mins. Once steamed, allow 5 mins or until it is cool enough to handle. Remove rice cake from each mold and place on a serving plate. Top with preserved radish (cai po) topping and serve immediately. - Watch next - Curry Puff - 🤍 Steamed Egg With Minced Pork And Salted Egg - 🤍 Hainanese Chicken Rice Using Rice Cooker - 🤍 Ondeh Ondeh Cake - 🤍 Fish Sauce Fried Bee Hoon - 🤍 Malaysian Chicken Curry - 🤍 Singapore Noodles - 🤍 Black Pepper Crab - 🤍 - Follow us on social media - Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 - Credits - Music: 🤍bensound.com - #chweekueh #ricecakes #teochewfood
Michelin Bib Gourmand Bedok Chwee Kueh, Stream Rice Cake, Singapore Breakfast I Street food I Snacks The streamed rice cake topping up with chai-poh (preservative radish) slowly cooking in vegetable oil, minced garlic, minced shallots, dried shrimps, soy sauce, sugar, seasonings, and sesame seeds. The aroma of chai-poh mixes well with chili sauces and soft and warm when you eating it. Price 2$ SGD EA ( 1.50 USD) Bedok Chwee Kueh 勿洛水粿 Address: 208 New Upper Changi Road, #01-19 Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, Singapore 460207 Opening Hours: 6:30am – 6:30pm (Monday - Sunday) Nearest MRT Station: Bedok Location: Singapore Thank you for watching! Please give us a like 👍 if you enjoyed the video and be sure to subscribe for more videos 😀. Email: foodleveling999🤍gmail.com Tiktok: Food Leveling FB: Foodleveling Youtube: Food Leveling #Michelin #Michelinbibgourmand #ChweeKueh #勿洛水粿 #SingaporeStreetFood #Streetfood #sgfoodies #Singaporefood #hawker #Bedok #Snacks #Singapore
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Learn how to make soft water cake topped with sweet and savory chai poh (preserved turnip) toppings and served with homemade spicy sambal sauce you will absolutely love. *Version 1 (Rice flour + Tapioca flour): 150 gr rice flour 25 gr tapioca flour ¼ tsp salt 200 ml water room temperature 600 ml boiling water (Bring to a boil & leave for 15 mins) 2 tsp cooking oil *Version 2 (Rice flour + Wheat starch + Cornstarch): 150 gr rice flour 12 gr wheat starch (not all-purpose flour) 12 gr cornstarch ¼ tsp salt 100 ml water room temperature 500 ml boiling water (Bring to a boil & leave for 15 mins) 2 tsp cooking oil *Topping: 150 gr sweet chai poh (preserved turnip) or mixture of both sweet and savory chai poh 2 Tbsp cooking oil 3 shallots finely chopped 2 cloves garlic finely chopped 1 Tbsp dark soy sauce 2 Tbsp sugar more as needed ½ tsp fresh ground white pepper Serve with: Sambal chili ½ recipe chili paste 1 Tbsp sugar ½ tsp salt *Helpful tools: mini spatula individual mini cups Please watch the video for the instructions. For written recipes & instructions visit: 🤍
If you like this video, please like, subscribe, comment, and turn on notification 🙂 如果你喜歡這個視屏，請點贊，訂閱，留言，開啟小鈴鐺 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 【Stall Name】: Bedok Chwee Kueh 【Price Range】: $1.50 - $2.00 【Opening Hour】: 6:30am - 8:00pm 【Address】: 208B New Upper Changi Rd, #01-19, S462208 【Google Map Link】: 🤍 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 【店名】：勿洛水粿 【價位】：$1.50 - $2.00 【營業時間】：早上6點30 到 晚上8點 【地址】：208B New Upper Changi Rd, #01-19, S462208 【谷歌地圖鏈接】：🤍 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Singapore's best Chwee Kueh! at Singapore Hawker Street Food Centre At Singapore Hawker Street Food Stall - Meetup🤍83 SINGAPORE HAWKER CENTRE TOURS - SINGAPORE HAWKER FOOD - Singapore Street Food 2022 Awesome Wok Skills - SINGAPORE HAWKER STREET FOOD Welcome to the best Singapore food review show! With over a million Singaporean followers on Facebook! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO US ON - YOUTUBE - FOR - FREE ! (Click the subscribe button now) When you visit Singapore then you must try these Singapore Hawker Centers - 1. Maxwell Food Hawker Centre in Singapore 2. Chinatown Complex Food Centre hawker in Singapore 3. ABC Brickworks hawker centre in Singapore 4. Old Airport Road Food Centre & Shopping mall in Singapore Also try these Singapore Street Food - Laksa, Curry Chicken Noodle, Mee Pok, minced meat fishball noodle, fried oyster, fried kway teow and fried hokkien prawn noodle, Duck Rice, charcoal fried hokkien mee LOCATION: Meetup🤍83 Block 83 #01-263 MacPherson Lane, Singapore 360083 More Singapore Food Channels: 🤍ZermattNeo - Zermatt Neo #singapore
Fizzy Feast brings you the best behind the scenes food content in SG! Like & Subscribe for more! Chwee kueh is a traditional snack/food in Singapore. Chwee kueh is a dish which combines little capsules of water rice cakes with preserved radish. It is enjoyed by people of all ages as a great breakfast snack! Location: 🤍 Jurong, Singapore
SINGAPORE STREET FOOD BEDOK CHWEE KUEH 水粿 Water Rice Cakes
Here's a short cooking video for making chwee kueh, the ever popular singapore and malaysia breakfast comprising of steamed rice cakes with a light wobbly consistency served with a savoury tasting preserved radish (chai poh) topping. This must try dish has teochew origins and may have various names including shui kueh, shui kuih, sui kweh, chui kueh, or chwee kway. The video contains a montage of all the action from the full recipe video previously uploaded in case you missed it. The link to the full video and recipe can be found here - 🤍 - Follow us on social media - Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 - #chweekueh #steamricecakes #水粿
潮州水粿 Chwee Kueh Kueh Mixture 米糊 : 225g Rice flour 225克 粘米粉 15g Wheat Starch 15克 澄面粉 15g Tapioca starch 15克 木薯粉 ½ teaspoon Salt ½茶匙 盐 350ml Water 350毫升 清水 750ml Hot water 750毫升 热水 2 tablespoon Oil 2汤匙 油 Ingredients 配料 : 100g Sweet preserved radish 100克 甜菜脯 100g Salty preserved radish 100克 咸菜脯 2 tablespoon Garlic, minced 2汤匙 蒜末 1 tablespoon Shallot, minced 1汤匙 小葱头末 1 teaspoon Dark soy sauce 1茶匙 酱油 1 tablespoon Sugar 1汤匙 糖 4 tablespoon Oil 4汤匙 油 Please leave a LIKE and SHARE this video【SUBSCRIBE】my YouTube Channel for more videos and clicked the bell so you don't miss any of my videos. Facebook Page 🤍 Instagram 🤍 My Channel 🤍 All my videos will only be uploaded to my YouTube channel. Prohibit unauthorized theft, secondary editing and re-uploading of videos on YouTube and other platforms. 我所有的视频只会上传到我的YouTube频道上 禁止未经授权的盗窃，二次编辑和重新上传视频在YouTube以及其他平臺
🤍 Chwee Kueh in Teochew can be translated as 'Water Cakes'. So why is this favorite Singaporean dish called 'Water Cakes'? It isn't because of the ingredient of water, but rather, because of the small dimple formed during the steaming process. This collects a pool of water, and hence the name! As part of LessonsGoWhere's SG50 celebrations, we're honored to work together with one of Singapore's celebrity chefs, the Managing Director and Executive Chef of Creative Culinaire and Cafe Pralet, Chef Judy Koh! Chef Judy has close to two decades of culinary experience and has won multiple awards for her culinary creations. Chef Judy is also a published author, with several books under her belt, such as "Recipes from the Heart" and "Pockets of Happiness". If you'd like to learn more about Singapore's cuisine and learn from Chef Judy, visit 🤍
Sampling food in Singapore. In this video one of my old college friends takes us to a local hawker centre in Singapore to try some local dishes. We experience some Singaporean desserts, which unlike the our western desserts contain some savoury items like sweetcorn. We tried a Durian flavoured ice Kachang. Ice Kachang is a ver well known iced dessert that is always found in the local hawker centres. They come in a wide variety of different flavours. In this episode we try the durian Ice Kachang. For those that don't know durian is a well know large fruit in the Far East and is famous for is strong bad smell (although I quite like the smell) We try soursop for the first time and it tasted great, Soursop us very similar looking to a durian or a jackfruit. Chwee Kueh was a dish that we had never tried before and it tasted nice, The texture of the rice cakes was very unusually and was so smooth. 🔴 SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube channel 🤍 🎥 Join the TREAD TRIBE patreon page: 🤍 👕 BUY exclusive TREAD the Globe Merch here: 🤍 📝 Sign up for our free weekly newsletter 🤍 📍 Track us live (free) : 🤍 ⏩ Follow us on Social Media for behind the scenes action: INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 🎵Enjoyed the music in this video? Get it copyright free here: 🤍 🎬 OUR FAVOURITE VIDEOS: 🤍 PRODUCTS WE USE: 🤍 SERVICES WE USE: 🤍 NOTE: Some of these may be affiliate links, which means when you buy something we may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you, and it helps keep us travelling so thank you. COMPANIES WE'RE WORKING WITH 💻CONNECT PLUS Internet: Need internet on your travels? World wide cover available For longer travels visit: CONNECT PLUS: 🤍 For shorter term visit RENT N CONNECT: 🤍 Mention TREAD THE GLOBE for a special discount 😀 A BIT ABOUT US: We’re Marianne & Chris, a happily married couple from the UK. Marianne is a living kidney donor to her best friend, and realising that life was for living and never really knowing what’s round the corner - we decided to fulfil our dream of travelling full time. So in March 2018 after the kids had left home, we sold our belongings, rented our house and moved into our campervan called Trudy. We set off to see the world and after vanlifing around Ireland and Europe, we grabbed our backpacks and spent 5 months exploring Central America. Feeling like we needed a challenge, we planned the ultimate van life adventure! In Jan 2020 set off to drive around the World from UK to UK. But after arriving in Turkey, covid caught up with us and closed the borders, so we had a wonderful 18 months exploring this special country. Realising we were not going to be able to head further East, we decided to do a handbrake turn and go the other way and shipped our van to the USA. We hope you enjoy coming with us, and we’ll continue to share our real adventures and hope you feel inspire to step out of your comfort zone and try something new.
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#chweekueh #breakfast #easycooking Chwee kueh (Chinese: 水粿; ; lit. 'water rice cake'), also spelt chwee kwee or chwee kweh, is a type of steamed rice cake served with preserved radish. Chwee kueh is a popular breakfast item in Singapore, and Malaysia. Originating from Teochew cuisine, eaten in China, Singapore, Thailand, Johor, Malaysia and certain parts of Southeast Asia. Ingredients 160g rice flour 35g tapioca flour 15g sago flour 250ml water To boil 400ml water 1 tsp salt 1 tbsp cooking oil A pinch of msg Toppings 200g sweet minced preserved radish 3 tbsp chopped shallots 2 tbsp chopped garlic 2 tbsp light soy sauce 2 tbsp sugar 2 pinches msg Fry all ingredients together to be used as toppings. Mix all flours and water together. Then add the boiled water. Stir until well mixed. The mixture is then poured into small saucer-like aluminium cups and steamed for 20 minutes forming a characteristic bowl-like shape when cooked. The rice cakes are then topped with diced preserved radish and served with chilli sauce. Thanks for watching and support. If you like this video don’t forget to subscribe. Press the subscribe button and click the bell to be notified of new video uploads. Thanks and see you again.
Welcome to a new series of Little Red Stories where we go around Singapore finding hidden treasures on our sunny island. Our 1st episode features a 63 years old Chwee Kueh store located at Ghim Moh Market! This is hands down one of the best Chwee Kueh you can find on our little red dot. Comment down below which hawker should we visit next! You can visit our site littlered.sg to read more little red stories. For anything and everything, talk to us at contact🤍littlered.sg
Singapore Rice Cake Review - Bedok Chwee Kueh 水粿 My name is Joel Liu and I am the National Food Bro the best Singapore food reviewer in Singapore! #SingaporeRiceCakes #ChweeKueh #HawkerFood #SingaporeFood #FoodReviewer #AsianSnacks Video was NOT Sponsored by NUTCASECITY: 🤍 Not sponsored but I really do LOVE the Mask selection they have available. The mask I am wearing in this video is from their "Scarf Series" You can purchase it here: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 | Enable ALL push notifications 🔔 Watch the NEWEST videos: 🤍 My quest to find the best Chwee Kueh 水粿 in Singapore has led me to the most famous Chwee Kueh 水粿 in Singapore! Where can you find popular Chwee Kueh 水粿 in Singapore? There's Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh 李老三 , Taman Jurong Chwee Kueh , Sembawang Hills Shui Kway , Pek Kio Handmade Chwee Kueh , Singapore Shui Kueh 新加坡水粿 , Xiang Xiang Chwee Kueh , Kovan Chwee Kueh 口味水粿 , Tiong Bahru Chwee Kueh and of course Xin Xi Chwee Kueh. But today our Chwee Kueh 水粿 contestant today is: Bedok Chwee Kueh 勿洛水粿 – Famous Soft Chwee Kueh At Bedok Interchange 208 New Upper Changi Road, #01-19 Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre, Singapore 460207 Opening Hours: 6:30am – 6:30pm (Mon – Sun) So what is Chwee Kueh 水粿 ? Chwee kueh is a type of steamed rice cake served with preserved radish, Chai Poh 菜脯 chye poh . Chwee kueh should have a slight depression in the middle after it's steamed. That's the classic hallmark of chwee kueh. In fact, it's the water collected in the depression that gives chwee kueh its name, which means "water cake". Where does the water come from? The batter which, if it's thin, releases water when it's heated, creating a depression in the process. Thick batter doesn't do that because the water can't break away from the starch. Chwee kueh is a popular breakfast item in Singapore and Malaysia. To make chwee kueh, rice flour and water are mixed together to form a slightly viscous mixture. The mixture is then poured into small saucer-like aluminum cups and steamed, forming a characteristic bowl-like shape when cooked. The rice cakes are almost tasteless on their own, but are topped with diced preserved radish and served with chilli sauce. Follow National Food Bro on Social Media! 🤍 🤍 🤍 Produced & Edited By: Chng Siwei Business And Sponsorship Enquiries: nationalfoodbro🤍gmail.com
I have craving for Chwee Kueh. Got some from Tiong Bahru food centre. The Chye Poh.... Chilli.... Address: Jian Bo Shui Kueh Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre 30 Seng Poh Rd #02-05 #hawkerfood #foodtour #streetfood If you like Singapore hawker food and my video, please like and subscribe to my channel. Visit my channel: 🤍 Music used in this video: Eternal Hope by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Heavenly - Aakash Gandhi
Tutu kueh is a Singaporean steamed rice flour cake, usually filled with ground coconut or peanut. Unlike most tutu kueh hawkers, this family makes their tutu kueh from scratch with a 70-year-old rice flour machine personalised by Mr Tan, the owner of the stall. Having been in this trade for 50 years, he is now ready to pass the baton on to his son. Address here! 📍Dudu Cooked Food (Havelock Food Centre) 22A Havelock Road, Singapore 161022 📍 Dudu Cooked Food (Jurong West) 505 Jurong West Street 52, #01-19, Singapore 640505 Join our channel's YouTube Memberships and support OGS' videos: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO US: 🤍 Find #OurGrandfatherStory everywhere! nOm (NEW FOOD CHANNEL): 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Instagram (SG🇸🇬): 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 For media pitches, events and invites: press🤍ourgrandfatherstory.com For business enquiries: limkopi🤍ourgrandfatherstory.com
Chee (chwee) kueh or Water Cake, a type of steamed rice cake originating in Teochew cuisine that is served with cai po (preserved radish) and chili sauce. Chwee (the water) refers to the little puddle of water on top of the steamed rice cake. The cake is made out of rice flour and water that is poured into hundreds of tiny aluminium bowls like you see here. Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh is a traditional Chwee Kueh Stall that’s been in business since 1959! This is a great breakfast, and you can order a Kopi (coffee) opposite! Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh 李老三Blk 20, Ghim Moh Road #01-54, Singapore 270020
#shorts #chweekueh Light and Smooth Chwee Kueh topped with Generous Housemade Chye Poh and Sambal Chilli. Don't forget to drop by to support this 82 year old uncle if you are here. . Location: 水粿, Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre, 3 Yung Sheng Rd, Singapore 618499 . #tamanjurongmarketandfoodcentre #burpple #burpplesg #chweekueh #水粿 #sghawkerfood #sghawker #hawkerfood #hawkerfoodsg #mightyhawkerfood #hawkerculture #tamanjurong
Try this traditional delicacy of Malaysian favourite hawker food “Steamed Rice Cake” topped with a sweet preserved turnip (chai po) and serve with sambal. It is super easy to make and it doesn’t take long to make it. This recipe only requires a few ingredients, they’re easy to fine and cheap. Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 40 minutes 8 pieces (muffin cup size) Rice cake ingredients: 125g rice flour 10g tapioca starch 10g wheat starch 1/4 tsp salt 200 ml room temperature water 300ml boiling water 1/2 tbsp oil Toppings: 150g salty preserved turnip, rinsed 1 tbsp vegetarian dried sambal shrimp 3 cloves garlic, minced 3 shallots, sliced 1/2 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp soy sauce 1/4 tsp dark soy sauce 2 tbsp oil for cooking Steam chwee kueh: 1.) Brush a thin layer of oil into the mold, steam the empty cups before use. 2.) In a mixing bowl mix together rice flour, tapioca starch, wheat starch, salt, oil and 200ml room temperature water. Mix well till no more lumps. 2.) Then slowly add in 300ml boiling water, to the rice flour mixture. Keep stirring quickly to prevent lumps. Mix well combine. 3.) Pour the batter into the mold until 3/4 full. Cover and steam for 15-20 minutes with medium high heat. Then remove the lid and continue to steam another 2 minutes. Let it cool completely before unmolding. Make toppings: 1.) Heat 2 tbsp oil, sauté the garlics and onions till fragrant. Add in the preserved turnip, vegetarian sambal shrimp, sugar, soy sauce and dark soy sauce. Stir fry for 4-5 minutes. 2.) Serve the chwee kueh with preserved turnip and drizzle with sambal sauce. Enjoy #chweekueh #plantbased #vegan #asianfood
A Teochew dish, this used to be a breakfast meal, decades ago Bedok Chwee Kueh which are steam rice cake decided to franchise and now you have find in most hawker centre. One of the cheapest meal.
Don't be deceived by its oily appearance. This is one of the Singaporeans favorite breakfast delight! Ingredients (18~20) 150g Perserved Turnip (salted) 75g vegetable oil 1 tbsp minced garlic 2 chopped shallot 1/3 tbsp dark soy sauce 2 tbsp sugar 150g rice flour 15g wheat starch 1 tsp salt 300ml water 300ml boiling water 新加坡人最喜欢的早餐之一。 成分（18〜20） 150克菜脯 75克植物油 1汤匙切碎的大蒜 2切碎的小葱 1/3汤匙老抽 2汤匙糖 150克粘米粉 15克小麦淀粉 1茶匙盐 300毫升水 300毫升沸水 Please share this if you like it. Thank You! If you got any questions regarding the recipe, i will try to answer. 如果你喜歡它，請分享。謝謝！ 如果您对食谱有任何疑问，我会尽量回答。 Other Agar Agar Recipes 🤍 Chicken Recipes 🤍 Other Beverage Recipes 🤍 Easy Recipes: 🤍 Chicken Recipes: 🤍 Egg Related recipes: 🤍 #mrcook #recipe #simplerecipes #简易食谱 #FOOD #singapore #cooking #easyrecipes #NEWYEAR #delicious #popular #healthy #easy #Soft #breakfast #rice #steamed #cake
The steamed rice pudding (chwee kueh) in this recipe is made with white rice. The texture of rice pudding made with white rice is soft and slightly chewy, better than the one made using rice flour. Print & Save Recipe: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook for more video recipes: 🤍
Handmade Chwee Kueh in Singapore
Chwee kueh（中文：水粿；拼音：shuǐguǒ) Chwee kueh在新加坡是很受歡迎的早餐。 也是潮州菜的一部分， 在中國，新加坡，馬來西亞的某些地區都有可能找到。 Chwee kueh 其實把米粉和水混合後 倒在碗中蒸熟的食物 它本身幾乎沒有味道， 靠醃製蘿蔔和辣椒醬來提味 而這期要比較的是 新加坡最出名的兩家水粿: Tiong Bahru楗柏水粿 和 Bedok水粿 從影片中可以發現兩家的水粿都很棒 楗柏水粿的醃制蘿蔔脯形狀比較不規定 所以咬下去感覺很多層次 雖然顏色較深，但是饞嘴豪覺得咸味剛好 配上辣椒真是完美 而Bedok水粿的醃菜則是粒狀的 雖然顏色較淺，但是卻比較咸 口感方面會有些細而脆 如果喜歡比較重口味的會比較喜歡這裡 影片來到了尾聲 饞嘴豪個人口味是比較喜歡楗柏水粿 它也是現任蘋果CEO 來新加坡時品嘗的其中一道美食哦 但沒有吃過水粿的朋友 來新加坡一定要兩攤都試試看 如果你都嘗試過了 歡迎留言分享你的感想 那在這裡就再祝大家健康幸福 也希望可以趕快再見到大家 我們下回見！拜拜 ———————————————————- 今天介紹的美食地址: 1) Jian Bo Shui Kueh 地址 Address: 30 Seng Poh Rd, #02-05, Singapore 168898 價錢 Price: $0.50 each, min purchase of 5 最靠近的地鐵站 Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru 2) Bedok Chwee Kueh 地址 Address: 207 New Upper Changi Rd, #01-19, Singapore 460207 價錢 Price: $0.50 each, min purchase of 2 最靠近的地鐵站 Nearest MRT: Bedok ——————————————————— 影片里用的音樂： ––––––––––––––––––––––– Italian Afternoon by Twin Musicom 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Hawaiian Weekend — Igor Khainskyi [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––