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A true Nyonya classic appetiser called "Pai Ti" or top hat because it looks like an inverted top hat made from rice flour, deep fried, filled with shredded vegetables & topped with a little chilly sauce.
Ulam is the Malay word describing a variety of vegetable & herbs eaten raw. In this case it is fried rice (nasi) topped with ulam and served with a side of peranakan styled curry chicken.