Ti Kuih or Nian Gao is a must have during Chinese New Year. I'm sharing the traditional way of making this sweet sticky rice cake.
Kristy's Ang Ku Kuih. Malaysian style rice cake filled with mung bean paste.
Rainbow kuih lapis - like eating a piece of happiness :)
Kuih Talam serve with orange scented coconut.
Sweet Potato Rings/Kuih Keria
Kuih Kodok (Mashed Banana Fritters), a simple dessert with only 4 ingredients and an alternative to using up all those over-riped bananas.
Kuih Seri Muka - a traditional Malay steamed glutinous rice and custard dessert, naturally green with pandan leaves!
Delicate Malay tea-time snack. Kuih Rose
Kuih bangkit (coconut cookies), a traditional Chinese New Year cookie that melts in your mouth.
Kuih Seri Muka (Layer savory sticky rice and sweet custrad)
Talam Ubi, Indonesian steamed sweet potato cake with coconut milk, lemongrass, and kaffir lime leaves.
Onde Onde - Sweet Potato Glutinous Rice Ball filled with sweet palm sugar.
Savoury Pumpkin Kuih
Kuih Seri Muka - steamed glutinous rice cake with pandan custard layer
Famous Malaysian snack of sweet potato 'donuts', so easy to make at home.
Sand Dollar Cookies: delicate, yet crisp coconut cookies, perfect for summer!
Bingka roti kukus pandan (steamed pandan bread pudding);-- a steamed Malay delicacy made from leftover bread.
Malaysian & Singapore's Malay Snack -- Kuih Kosui Pandan.
Kuih Keria, our (Malaysia & Singapore) take on doughnut, sweet potato doughnut. No YEAST!
Kuih Kosui- Palm Sugar Rice Cake. A traditional snack from SE Asia celebrating the unique flavour of palm sugar.
Kuih Keria (Malaysian Sweet Potato Doughnuts)
Pulut inti - a Nyonya kuih (sweet cake)
Kuih bakar;-- a traditional Malay sweet dessert, with a gorgeous green colour and deep flavour from pandan (screwpine leaves)
Malaysian brown sugar "cake". Locally known as kuih talam
The Prosperity Cake aka Huat Kuih
Yam cake (or kuih), a Malaysian savoury snack made from yams, dried prawns and rice flour.
A tropical caramel sauce made with palm sugar, coconut cream and infused with the aroma of pandan, perfect for Asian desserts or your favourite Ice Cream
This Malaysian snack is literally translated as a "bomb" cake, but luckily this one didn't explode.
Top Hats-Kuih Pie Tee
Kuih Loyang, my all time favourite Chinese New Year cookie, perfect shape for Valentine's Day too!
Kuih Bakul is a traditional Chinese New Year delicacy. It is used to ensure a good report from the Kitchen God!
Kuih Bangkit-Tapioca Cookies for the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Kuih Bahlu is traditionally made during Chinese New Year but is so delicious, why just have it once a year?
Fried Sweet Potato Balls