Some time ago, a friend gave me a packet of kuih cincin to try. She told me that it was one of the things Sabah is famous for. ‘Cincin’ means ‘ring’ in Malay, but it doesn’t look like a ring, does it? Perhaps it refers to several rings in the middle of the biscuit.
One of its ingredients is palm sugar, or what we call ‘gula nipah’ in Malay. ‘Nipah’ is a type of palm. The biscuit is nice and crunchy, and addictive! It is not too oily, but it can be. It’s not too sweet, either. In fact, I’d say that’s the reason why it can be addictive. 😉
I let some of my colleagues try and they loved it as well! Some have asked if I could have my friend bring some more packets of kuih cincin for them.
Apparently this kuih can hardly be found in West Malaysia. If so, it is hard and no longer fresh, according to one Malay colleague. I don’t know how true is this, but be sure to try it!
That’s what makes Malaysia unique – its variety of food from all its states! 😉
5 thoughts on “Kuih Cincin from Sabah”
btw, ocincin means cock in Japanese. kekeke
hehehe … ask someone to get for you laaaa
ops ochinchin i mean.
i ask liao. she donno wat it is keekke
kuih cincin!!!!!!! Nyam nyam nyam~~~ Ate it once before when my mom came back from KK..sigh..
ader saper2 tahu tak maner nak dapatkan acuan kuih cincin nie??sy mempuyai teman di sarawak dan sabah.tp masih x dpt mencari kedai yg menjual acuan kuih cincin tersebut…tlg hubungi saya ditalian 012-3098694(yoen).tq