Pineapple tarts

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Melaka Pineapple Tarts

Nyonya Pineapple Tarts are on sale everywhere in Melaka, especially at the weekend Jonker Walk night markets.  They are one of the specialities of Nyonya cuisine, the local fusion food combining Chinese and Malay elements.  The pineapple tarts are really tasty… I tried tarts from two different stalls.  They were both delicious, one with a slightly more buttery pastry style base, and the other with a more biscuit style.  Both were topped with a heap of chewy pineapple jam.

Freshly cooked Pineapple Tarts at Jonker Walk Pasar Malam

3 Responses to " Pineapple tarts "

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  2. Suparman says:

    Pineapple Tarts is one of Mr.president SBY favourites cookies, and his wifes Mrs.Anni backed it in Merdeka Palace often.
    Although Mrs.Anni have not plenty time but occasionaly she backed Pineappleself for gorvermental quest.
    Your pleasuere to knew some one that as intellligent and do anythings selfs by their own hand like our President SBY.

    SBY Presidentku Go Forwards lanjutkan

  3. Hi, just stumbled on your blog. I was just thinking of these traditional Nyonya pineapple tarts but to make them requires a lot of work. Can’t wait to be back in Malacca to buy some. Yummy!!