Kuih  are bite-sized snack or dessert foods found in the Malay Archipelago as well as the Southern China provinces of Fujian and Canton. 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 are more often steamed than baked, and thus very different in texture, flavour and appearance from Western cakes or puff pastries.

Like afternoon tea, kuih is less a dish and more like a full meal of luscious and savoury sweets. Everyone’s kuih differs, from grandmothers to high-end restaurant cooks. Generally though, a kuih platter consists of coconut milk rice pudding, a few small spiced pastries, and a moist cake flavored with the essence of pandan leaves.
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