Dried Lily Buds (Kim Chiam a.ka. Jarum Emas)

Dried Lily Buds (Kim Chiam a.ka. Jarum Emas)
Dried lily buds are long and slender shaped. They are also known as Kim Chiam to the Chinese, it means ‘golden needles’. Kim Chiam is often added to stews or salads. Some like to knot them before use, although it is not essential to do so.


Kim Chiam
Kim chiam yang berbentuk panjang juga dikenali sebagai ‘jarum emas’ di kalangan orang cina dan selalu dihidangkan didalam stu atau campuran sayur sayuran. Ia juga boleh diikat sebelum digunakan.

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