After years and hundreds of RM spent tasting and testing every Nyonya chang I can get my hands on in Melaka and Klang Valley, I’ve finally found the best of them all – generous fillings to rice ratio, every glutinous grain perfectly cooked, each weighting consistently at 180 – 200g and opens to reveal sweet and savoury minced meat perfumed with spices which are neither too heavy nor too mild.
It is in short, the perfect Nyonya chang.
No doubt many Nyonya would proclaim their family’s chang to be the best, but I daresay say this is the BEST COMMERCIALLY available Nyonya chang in the market now.
Well, try it! You can buy it from us from Monday – Sunday, 6am – 12am.
Just give us 24 hours notice to ensure that we could advise you on stock availability and suitable pick up time.
Price: RM70 for 10 chang (min amount is 10 chang).
Pick up : TTDI (address provided via Whatsapp).
Delivery can be arranged via Zoom or GoGet.
For outstation orders, we deliver to Penang, Ipoh, Melaka, Terengganu, Singapore, Johor and soon, Sabah and Sarawak.
Just Whatsapp us to order : +6011 – 3938 5350 .
Message me on fb.com/RebeccaSawBlog or Whatsapp +6011 – 3938 5350.
Trust me, it is good and you got to try it!
VIDEO: What to expect in this Nyonya chang
1 week in the fridge.
3 months in the freezer.
If frozen then make sure it is fully thawed (room temperature).
1. Steam (wrapped in leaves or unwrapped is fine) for 5 – 10 minutes.
2. Microwave at 3- 5 minutes. You can microwave it with the leaves or unwrapped.
If unwrapped, keep a watchful eye on the microwave timing as the corners might be rubbery if it is ‘over-microwave’.
PS: The below is the SPECIAL Nyonya chang with salted egg yolk. However this is only by special order and if you would like to try this, it is RM85 for 10 and one week pre-order required.
when you eventually have the regular bak chang, i may be very tempted to order! (cos personally i’ve never really liked nyonya chang, cos of the sweetishness of the meat … i’m a bad malaccan that way) 🙂
Im working on that Sean! I’m not sure why, but it has been a tough assignment getting a good bak chang.
And yes, you’re a terrible Malaccan! LOL!