After that wonderful Poh Piah Egg Skin making photo, of course, we’ll have a series of Poh Piah notes to follow. Don’t forget, the very first recipe I posted here was my grandmother’s Poh Piah notes from the 1990s :).
No instructions here, just quantities of ingredients for Poh Pia(h)/popia filling. If I interpret the notes correctly, this would have been enough to feed our own family for lunch & dinner, as well as family friends, ‘Choa family’ for dinner, and in December 1962, all this would have cost $10.
Measurements in tahils, katis and pounds.
Short forms and ingredients:
B. kwang = bangkuang
B. cheow = bee cheo / sweet flour sauce
Wanswee = coriander leaf
Interesting spelling variations on the Chinese words :).
Don’t forget to check out my other poh piah entries here.