Nyonya Cooking
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Weibliche Nachkommen einer chinesischen Ethnizität die im 15. Jahrhundert in das malaiische Archipel ausgewandert sind.

Wie eine echte Nyonya kocht Grace echtes asiatisches Essen mit frischen Zutaten.

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Oh my...I haven't been posting much lately but my insta stories have been pretty active, especially insta live! It's so much fun to talk to ya'll and to know that we have a big community out there. 🌎 makes me a little proud to know that Malaysian food is getting its name, slowly but surely! Terms like
Need a quick dish to prepare? This is the one for you. Vegetables and meat, all in a plate. Sometimes, I will prepare Mapo tofu with extra shiitake mushroom and skip the meat for a meatless meal. Tasty, fast and delicious. Oh, and vegan if you want. There were lots of discussions on this dish on YouTube because it did not have Sichuan peppercorns. You can of course add it to the recipe as you like but I'm not a big fan of Sichuan peppercorns in Mapo Tofu (unfortunately 😣) as it has a numbing effect in the mouth and that feels so weird!!! What about you?
Last week was a crazy fun week! Thanks to the fantastic arrangement by @jre_deutschland, I had a wonderful gourmet experience and I hope, it inspired you to indulge in a little food journey yourself! I always complained how Germany was always lacking in love and soul when it comes to food but this journey certainly changed my mind. Although it was the frustration that initiated me to produce cooking/food videos every now and then, today I am even more inspired to do more and hopefully combine what I have learned from the chefs at @jre_deutschland in my own cooking. All these while, producing online content was never a job but more like a hobby. We never had any schedule or never really felt the “need” to produce any videos according to a strict schedule. It was all for the community and well, I’d be honest, it makes us happy to know that we brought smiles to homes especially to those who are abroad, far away from home - like me. Slowly but steadily, the community started to grow. I spent lots of time replying to each and every comment and emails. Unfortunately, I am not able to do so now, at least not so often as it takes up so much time but I promised myself to at least reply to all the comments in my latest videos in the first week and as many emails as possible. I would like to thank you for contacting me all these while, sharing your stories on food, kitchen, travel and aspirations! Sometimes, even asking me for tips on time management, career development and sometimes, relationships (family and partners).
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Nyonya Cooking will continue producing content on food and everything around it. I will share food experiences on Insta Stories and Facebook even more. If you came this far to read this and are interested in career, motivational and inspirational content, check out @thegraceteo. .
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Thank you @ktoons_ for the BEAUTIFUL illustrations. <3 Follow her for funny stories, rants of the train system in Germany and just because we all need a talented illustration on our feed!
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When I first started with the videos, I cooked food I wanted to eat during the weekend 😜as the channel went on, i started receiving requests on Facebook, emails and other platforms. It made me all confused with requests everywhere. Not to forget that it's tough to manage all the platforms at one time 😕But I want to work with you to ensure the best experience with the videos! The
If you didn't know, Nyonya Cooking started out of a Facebook photo album. When I still had a personal Facebook account (now deactivated), I took photos of the dishes I've made over the weekend. My colleagues would then ask me the very next Monday about the food and they were always curious about the taste! I'd then share the recipes with them. 😅One day, a colleague asked me if I actually have a purpose for sharing the photos. Well, I think it was weird to him that I was uploading photos of all my food online 😂 (6 years ago, it wasn't that common...at least not in Germany) I was not able to answer him that time but today, I want my videos and work to inspire you in every way. In return, I hope you will join us at the Nyonya Community to share your photos on www.nyonyacooking.com to inspire others to cook because anybody can cook! I mean, look at me...someone who could only cook instant noodles back then and now I'm making my own laksa noodles in Germany. 🙈 I'm sure you can do it as well and maybe you'll be even better than me! Through the love of food, I believe we can learn from each other and make the world a more delicious place to live in because life is too short for bad food 😏 I can't wait to see your recreations soon! Remember, the
[1/3] I’ve lived my whole live in Malaysia. Born in Malacca, lived in Selangor (a state in Malaysia) and always seen running around in Kuala Lumpur ;) KL City Centre was my playground. I spent so much time at the Petronas Twin Towers (I mean, the shopping mall) and also at the places surrounding KLCC. But just like many young Malaysians, I had the desire to explore further. To be honest, I did not have the most pleasant opinion of my beloved country that time. Despite the fantastic food, vibrant city and, family and friends, I wanted to fulfil my dreams to live abroad. It started with German classes, supported with lots of determination and finally, I secured a job in Germany. Have you ever left your home country? Would you ever leave your home country? .
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Thank you @ktoons_ for the BEAUTIFUL illustrations. ❣️Follow her for funny stories, rants on the train system in Germany and just because we all need a talented illustration in our feed!
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