Seri Muka

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Seri Muka

Seri Muka (also Kuih Seri Muka or Sri Muka (Malay: Pretty face) or Kuih Salat ) is a two-layered dessert with steamed glutinous rice forming the bottom half and a green custard layer made with pandan juice (hence the green colour).[1] Coconut milk is a key ingredient in making this kuih. It is used to impart creamy taste when cooking the glutinous rice and making the custard layer.

It is an example of a Peranakan / Malay kuih.

In 2009 the Malaysian Department of National Heritage declared Seri Muka one of 100 Malaysian heritage foods and drinks. [2] [3]

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