I was looking for a recipe to the Hakka dish, Abacus Seeds/Beads, when I came across this intriguing recipe title and I just had to look at it. Intriguing, because anyone with knowledge of Southeast Asia would know ethnic Malays are Muslim and cannot eat pork (it's akin to saying bacon is included in a Jewish dish). And this "gnocchi" dish does not boast Malay origins, but is a specialty of the Hakka dialect group from China. In terms of texture, it has to be kneaded into a chewy dough, nothing like the delicate and light gnocchi one might expect. While a recipe creator has the freedom to exercise his originality, he may want to avoid referencing other cultures' dishes to avoid embarrassing mistakes.