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Community & Business

6 December, 2021

A Taste of Malaysia at QCWA

Popiah, green tea cookies and mango lassi were among the many delicacies from Malaysian cuisine on the table at the Clifton QCWA branch.

The Clifton QCWA ladies and their guests after enjoying a Malaysian lunch.

Malaysia is the QCWA’s country of study for 2021.

Popiah is a Malaysian spring roll made with chicken floss.

Other items included kuih bahulu (a type of cake), potato fritters, turmeric fritters and teh tarik, a tea made with condensed milk that is prepared by being continuously poured between two vessels.

The lunch capped off a year for the Clifton branch that has been one of growth, rising from three members earlier in the year to eleven.

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