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Authentic Nyonya Chang Finally Come To Ipoh!

WHAT DAY IS IT TODAY?  I lost count of the movement control DAYS already.  Now I am more or less getting used to staying  quietly at home and be a lone ranger.  I only contact with the outside world through my handphone.  Now come to think of relying just on the handphone, I must treat it with utmost care!  I don't have a house phone already... oh my goodness!  Never thought of that... the only way I can contact to the outside world is through my laptop... OOohhh... very scary!  Don't hang up on me, my two precious gadgets... handphone and laptop AND of course, the WIFI!!

Cooking so simple meals that I feel shy to upload them... but I am so so glad that I ordered these yummy NYONYA CHANGS from Michelle Soo.  I am sure many of us know Michelle through the blogging days.  Though I never meet her before, I know about her and family through Facebook mainly these days.  How many of you know her... or heard of her?  Tell me... :)

I have been drooling over her Changs ever since she posted them online, she does deliveries to Klang very often, and of course Malacca too.  I am shy to order then, me from Ipoh and not getting enough orders to make the trip worthwhile for her to come.  Then recently, I came across someone in FB asking her to send through courier and she said Yeah, she does that too!  Oh... without hesitation, I PM her to ask.... and within a couple of days... I received my Nyonya Treasures!
Minimum order 10 Nyonya Changs...
Her Homemade Kaya is not to be missed too!
Here.... clearer details just in case you want it too!
One tub RM15...
Quality over quantity!
Immediately I had one Chang for dinner.... 
That is the way I eat Nyonya Chang!  LOL... 
Verdict:  I am going to order again once this batch are in my tummy!
Not only me, my neighbour wants to "tumpang" my order... 
They told me that they have not eaten such Nyonya-cious Chang before!
*Ok, they did not say the word Nyonya-cious*
What they meant is they Love them!
LOL... 


Comments

  1. Oooooo...I love nyonya chang! Too bad can't send to Sibu, no plane flying. Now NOBODY can fly!

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  2. I love Nyonya chang but the ones sold here is mostly glutinous rice with very little filling. I haven't taste Nyonya kaya. Next time before you order please let me know because I want to order too.

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  3. Wow. Must be so good. I want too. Nyonya-cious! A new word learnt today. Haha.

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  4. Now i have craving for chang. I do not hv a house phone too, only my mobile phone, my tablet and wifi.

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  5. oh, I have not heard of her. Looks delicious. do u need to just reheat the nyonya changs or do you need to steam them? the kaya looks tasty! Did you order these during the mco?

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  6. This is something I have never heard of before!

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  7. I havent' eaten Nyonya chang before too. Usually we would just buy the pork filling ones 'Cantonese-style' chang...

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