Category: Malaysian Desserts

Kueh Talam Pandan

Kueh Talam Pandan

So I am into making talam at the moment. Making and doing research and I felt like I have been to mathematics class last couple of weeks and back. kekekekekeke Luckily I have enough guinea pigs and even the British neighbours have been promoted to […]

Kek Lapis Legit

Kek Lapis Legit

This is a very rich cake. Read up about it from wiki here -> kek lapis Kek lapis Sarawak or Sarawak Layer Cake is what is known to me when I was growing up in Kuching. It is a cake normally reserved for serving during […]

Fried Chinese doughnut with glutinous rice – (Kap Chong)

Fried Chinese doughnut with glutinous rice – (Kap Chong)

When I lived in Bercham Ipoh, there was a man who comes sometimes to the market and he sells all manner of fried Chinese dough aka Chinese doughnuts but this is my favourite – Kap Chong. My husband was very happy with this and said […]

Kuih Bingka Beras (肥豬肉)

Kuih Bingka Beras (肥豬肉)

It has been a very long time since I last wrote on my blog. Today I decided it is time I start again after being unwell. I chose to post this old Nonya kuih – Bingka Beras. This seem to be a forgotten Nonya Kuih […]

Pulut Tai Tai – Special

Pulut Tai Tai – Special

Pulut Tai Tai with gula malacca kaya (gift from a friend) Pulut Tai Tai according to Wikipedia – Pulot Tartal is Malacca-based dish where white coconut milk sauce is served with glutinous rice (pulut) I have always been a bit of a rebel deep down. Hence a green coloured Pulut […]

Kuih Bingka Ubi kayu (Tapioca Cake)

Kuih Bingka Ubi kayu (Tapioca Cake)

This traditional Indonesia/ Malay/ Nyonya kuih is semi-soft, it’s chewy and most important of all it’s fragrant. It has an inviting aroma from the banana and pandan leaves, the eggs and the coconut milk. The most important thing is that it is so easy to […]

Apam Balik

Apam Balik

Today is Shrove Tuesday. The word shrove is a form of the English word shrive, which means to obtain absolution for one’s sins by way of Confession and doing penance. Thus Shrove Tuesday was named after the custom of Christians to be “shriven” before the start of Lent. We eat pancakes on […]

Mango Sticky Rice with coconut sauce – Special

Mango Sticky Rice with coconut sauce – Special

I have been thinking of making this for ages in fact years. I wanted to make mango sticky rice pudding but with a twist. So as to confuse the senses. Look like Kueh Seri Muka, but is coconut sweet with a coconut sauce aka Thai […]

Steamed Yam Cake – Kuih Keladi 蒸芋头糕 – special

Steamed Yam Cake – Kuih Keladi 蒸芋头糕 – special

Steamed Yam Cake – Kuih Keladi 蒸芋头糕.- special. I had a week of holiday with my outlaws and I have had enough of western food. Really desperate for kuih. So today decided to steam a yam cake. I bought a packet of yam a couple […]

Kuih Seri Muka – Special

Kuih Seri Muka – Special

Both the husband and I love this Kuih Seri Muka. There is just something about glutinous rice, be it cooked sweet or savoury, something special. It is heart warming and comforting to me and I am just lucky the British hubby loves it too.  Kuih […]