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Resembling porridge, it is made with kidney beans, which are first boiled, then ground into chunky bits and cooked with curry powder and spices.While there are many versions, this one by owner Ayob Rahman, 46, is served with bread, chilli, lime and onions.2011 Parliamentary Debates: Official Report, 25 March, vol. 1171 It was a pleasing sight to watch these school children lining up to buy their favourite packet of kachang puteh.But the kachang puteh seller was merrily using his hands to fill up the packets with kachang puteh, thereby, breaking the food handling regulations.Weekend Today, 16–17 December, 38 If you know Malay, you’ll know that kachang puteh literally means “white beans”.