When I was a kid, my grandma use to sell ‘Kueh’ at a market near my current place. ‘Nyonya Kueh’ is a common variety in her purchase order. Most ‘Nyonya Kueh’ is made from glutinous rice which makes it very filling. I don’t really like eating because my stomach will have no more space for tidbits after that.

 In 2008, ‘Nyonya Kueh’ became a top selling product throughout Singapore because of our local drama “The Little Nyonya”. I am glad that I had the chance to launch this title which gained high viewership and eventually became the most applauded drama in the last 15 years.

This particular spot garnered 3 promax awards. 


2 thoughts on “THE LITTLE NYONYA

  1. The rice does look very filling, but delicious in colours!

    A lot of slapping in the first video; I get it : )
    The second video was beautiful!

    1. Thank you Judy. I’m glad you like the videos. Its a record in Singapore TV and I am glad I had the chance to be part of it.

      Yes Peranakan snacks are mostly filling. Most are made with glutinous rice and lots of starch but they made it really nice and addictive. And they are very creative with using natural colors and fragrance from plants.

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