Saturday, December 15, 2018

Y E Traditional Dumplings, Pandan Jaya

Deprived of glutinous rice dumplings? Y E can definitely help - the familiar favourite of the Golden Chang comes sufficiently stuffed with roast pork and chicken, salted egg, sausage, chestnut, dried oyster and mushrooms (RM12.50). You’ll find many other variations here, from Nyonya Chang to Hakka Chang, Cantonese Chang to Healthy Brown Rice Chang, as well as premium versions with Australian abalone and dried scallops. But you prefer your grains prepared as less of a guilty indulgence, other meals are also available, such as steamed rice with a full chicken leg made aromatic with Chinese herbs (RM18.50).

Y E Traditional Dumplings
24, Jalan Pandan 3/9, Pandan Jaya, 55100 Kuala Lumpur. Open Mon-Sat, 10am-1030pm; Sun, 10am-7pm. Tel: 03-9284-5325

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6 comments:

  1. It's white? That means there is no soy sauce used - should be gluten-free then.

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    1. Suituapui: oops - hmmm, i'd be careful about whether it's gluten-free or not :D

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  2. Christmas isn't even here yet and I see CNY cookies on the shelves already...hihi! ;) I love chung, especially the Cantonese version which is white as I like to taste the glutinous rice in its pure form. After all, the fillings are cooked in soy already, need not have it in the rice too. Now I know where to go for chung near me...thanks.
    P/S: Are you on a walkabout in Pandan Jaya? Come, come, do a walkabout in Pandan Indah...you may uncover some I'm not aware of. I went to Grandmother's Chicken Rice today...but I guess you'll have to wait till next year to find out what I think of it...haha! ;D

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    1. Contact.ewew: heheh, i wonder whether those festive cookies are sold here all year round, just like how they offer chang all year round too ;) thanks for your perspective / insight on chang - i don't really know my rice dumplings well, so it's nice to learn more, heh :D coincidentally, i did walk from grandmother chicken rice to y e dumplings (about a 10-minute walk) - i haven't explored pandan indah (i might not even be able to differentiate pandan jaya from pandan indah), but you're right, maybe i should do more walkabouts in different neighbourhoods :D

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  3. This remind me that I didn't have any for this year's Dumpling Festival :( But dumpling is available 365days nowadays, LOL

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    1. Choi Yen: haha, yeah, it's nice and convenient to have dumplings anytime in these modern times :D

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