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Book Information- “Economy Rice” or Mixed Rice Stall Cookbook

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Mixed Rice Stall


Patsie Cheong

Book Description

Economy rice is found in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The term does not refer to a specific dish but to a type of food stall commonly found in hawker centers, street vendors and food courts in these countries. Economy rice is also commonly known as “chap fan” or mixed rice (which is the namesake of this cookbook).

Economy rice can be found in hawker centers. The dishes are carefully presented behind a glass case with a colorful variety of dishes. Customers can pick their selection, which are served on top of a plate of white steamed rice. This style of eating is also quite similar to Malay and Indonesia’s Nasi padang.

After a period of observing different mixed rice stalls, Chef Pastie Cheong has carefully selected 50 popular dishes to include in her cookbook “Mixed Rice Stall.” These dishes are tasty, varied, easy to cook and look great plated – staying true to the economy rice principle.

About the Author

Patsie Cheong is a native of Kuala Lumpur. She is an incredibly accomplished culinary expert with over 30 years of experience in the food and beverage industry. She is an author of close to 20 cookbooks which have all been bestsellers. Her cookbook titled 31 Snacks for Asian Cuisine Lovers was awarded the Gourmand World Cookbook Award in Hong Kong. She is highly sought after by food manufacturers and cookware companies for product development and promotion. Patsie is an esteemed and well-loved celebrity chef.

Table of Contents

Chicken and Pork Dishes



Publication Date

April 2012


Bilingual, English & Mandarin Chinese (Simplified)


Full color



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