Kuih Keria Sira – Famous Malaysian Cuisine

If you are looking for delicious treats to try while visiting Malaysia, traditional kuih keria sira is the perfect start! This sweet, doughnut-like delicacy is enjoyed throughout the country as a snack.

Originating in Penang, kuih keria sira is a centuries-old dessert with a unique texture. Popular in the northern states of Perak, Kedah, and Perlis, it’s made from boiled sweet potato that’s mashed and shaped into round balls then deep-fried to crisp, golden-brown perfection.

What makes this dish so special is the delightful contrast between the crunchy, slightly chewy exterior and the soft centre that melts in your mouth. It can be served hot or cold with various toppings, including grated coconut, crushed peanuts, sugar syrup, or even chocolate sauce. The combination creates an unforgettable taste sensation that will leave you wanting more.

Shop name:
Kuih Keria Antarabangsa Limbongan (Hjh Rahmah)
No. 3758, Bt. 2, Jalan Limbongan,
Kampung Limbongan
016 682 1054

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