A truly Malaysian Lunar New Year from Dignity
18 January 2023
Duck symbolises fertility. Try a truly Malaysian dish this reunion with Nasi Lemak Itik Kerutuk

MENTION Lunar New Year and a food-laden reunion dinner springs to mind.

Rather than the “traditional” dishes, ever thought of truly Malaysian fare? Well, eat X dignity café, by local NGO, Dignity for Children Foundation (Dignity), is offering a Malaysian reunion dish – Nasi Lemak Itik Kerutuk.

To the Chinese, duck symbolises fertility, a truly auspicious dish during a season where happiness, prosperity and health are uppermost in all good wishes.

Adding to the goodness of this Malaysian Lunar dish is the fact that the ducks are 100% organic and anti-biotics free as they are sourced directly from Dignity’s Farm in Bentong.

The Nasi Lemak Itik Keruntuk will be available in store at eat X dignity and also on Grab. It is priced at RM24 per set excluding delivery charges. And, if the Nasi Lemak Itik Kerutuk is not “quack” for you, bake X dignity offers the classic Lunar New Year staples of cookies and tarts.

Duck symbolises fertility. Try a truly Malaysian dish this reunion with Nasi Lemak Itik Kerutuk

The bakery offers three different flavours of cookies – lychee blossom, salted egg yolk, and signature chocolate. Also available are Florentines and the all-time favourite of pineapple tarts.

The assortment of baked goods come in individual small and large jars or in mall and large corporate gift sets.

Dignity’s corporate gift sets are the perfect way to express your appreciation to colleagues and clients while donating to those who need a helping hand

The small corporate gift set (RM88 per set) includes three small cans of cookies, one brocade angpao, a postcard, and specially-designed packaging whereas the large set (RM158 per set) comprises three big cans of cookies, an envelope of blessings or three sets of angpao with a postcard and specially-designed packaging with a custom sticker.

Funds raised from the sale of the baked goods and Nasi Lemak Itik Kerutuk will be used to sustain the transformational enterprises and continued skills training of Dignity’s students working at the café and bakery.

For more information and orders members of the public can WhatsApp at 010 321 4049 to order the baked goods beginning from January 3 with deliveries starting from January 19. Corporate orders can be placed now with Joey via email at joeylee@dignityforchildren.org. Deliveries will start on January 17.

Article appeared on The Vibes,

About Dignity

Our work began in 1998 in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur with only 20 students then. Dignity is now a learning centre with more than 2,300 children ranging from 2-19 years old.
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