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Monday, 6 June 2011

Happy Rice Dumpling Festival 2011

Mamarazzi managed to make some Bak Chang last week. After making the Bak Chang she made some "Kee Chang" or "Kan Shui Chung" as Cantonese put it.  


This year Mamarazzi caught the dumpling fever and gone crazy. 

She went and bought 2kg of Glutinous Rice to make Kan Shui Chung. Guess how many she managed to make from the 2kg of Glutinous Rice.

Ample to say that she had made enough to distribute to each of her pals a whole bunch of it instead of giving out 3-4 biji like last year.

 Ta! Da!!!!

 Yumm....this year the Kan Shui Chung was very successful. Not sticking to the bamboo leaf like last year. The rice also very fragrant with Pandan smell as she added pandan leaf to wrap the Kan Sui Chung.

Happy Dumpling Festival to everyone!

48 comments:

  1. Happy Duan Wu Jie!!! Not a fan of kee chang but my mum likes them!

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  2. oh...LOVELY ! Happy Bak Chang-ing indeed. :)

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  3. Happy Duan Wu Jie! Looking at the pic, I can imagine the KC very yummy! :D

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  4. The kan sui chang is good....dipped with kaya.

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  5. Happy Bak Chang Festival to you too!Remember to eat in moderation ya :)

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  6. Woo.. nice work! Happy Rice Dumpling festival to you!!

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  7. wahh..so pandai one.. too bad i dint go KL.. can freeze them up for me? hehehe..

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  8. Your post has reminded me about this special festival. Happy Rice Dumpling Festival to you too.

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  9. Looks really nice and yummy. If only I had a friend like you. Hehehe.

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  10. I'm craving for dumpling badly!!!

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  11. Happy Dumpling Festival to you and your family!!!

    How i wish i can have a taste of it...

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  12. Nice and lovely, wonder why you did not sent some to me for tasting?

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  13. Happy Duan Wu Jie! Bananaz never buy newspapers but heard from Mango and family members that Chinese papers had a news write up that those rafia strings used to rope the bak zhang are bad for health as the plastic is boiled together with the zhangs for hours. Those traditional natural ropes made from banana trunk are recommended. Somehow we do have people arguing that once in a year is OK mah.

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  14. STP

    Happy Duan Wu Jie to you!

    Kee Chang not bad la eaten once awhile

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  15. Mars Mell-o

    why long time no post?

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  16. Chee Yee

    Too bad that day tak sempat pass to you some

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  17. Ken

    come and get it while there are stock

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  18. Yee Ling

    Kaya or gula also can

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  19. Claire

    sure?
    I make fresh ones for you la

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  20. Choi Yen

    Comeover la..still have 4 biji left

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  21. Sharon

    too bad cant courier to you

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  22. Bananaz

    Once a year mah.....:p

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  23. Happy Rice Dumpling Festival to you. Hugs!

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  24. I only had one ...thanks to my SIL who make it.:)

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  25. wow.. it has been a time i did not come here d... anyways, wish you a happy dumplig festival.. =D

    i still alive.. >.<

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  26. Whoa finally, Kathy is making something here. hehe... Hey, better looking than mine ones. lol. The other day, I made some kan sui dumpling but the colour doesn't turned out transparent at all. I wonder if it's not enough alkaline water or what! There are just so many branding of kan sui water selling out there. Not sure which one is the best. Probably should ask the shop owner next time.
    Kristy

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  27. Mamarazzi is super talented! The dumplings look so professionally done.

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  28. Happy Dumping Festival to you and family too! Yes, your chang looks appetizing!

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  29. Kristy

    Mamarazzi put 2 spoon of Kansui for each Kg of pulut wor. She also dont know what brand. Went to the shop and ask and that was what they gave her

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  30. Chloe's Mommy

    still lesen lembu

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  31. Kathy, may I know what is Kee Chang means?

    The Kan Shui Chung so nice leh, I like to dip it in Kaya.

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  32. Joanne

    Kee Chang is hokkien for Kansui zhong

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