Kueh Lapis - Layers of Goodness
Kueh lapis legit - Indonesian layered cake. The cake is served in very small, thin slices as it is so rich and fragrant.
Kuih Talam serve with orange scented coconut.
Chai tou kueh. Easier and quicker version of chai tou kueh using store bought radish cake.
Char Kway Teow - Slightly spicy Malaysian rice noodles with shrimp and Chinese sausage.
Kueh Tutu (嘟嘟糕)
kueh bakar (baked pandan cake) - a Malay cake rich with coconut and fragrant with the scent of pandan. Sesame seeds add crunch and a nutty note
Mocha Spekkoek - Mocha flavoured layered cake, baked by grilling layer upon layer of cake batter.
Kueh Belandah is also known as love letters or kueh kapit. These delicate wafer rolls are a must have during CNY
Kueh Lapis or Spekkoek is a Dutch Indonesian butter spice cake made by grilling layer upon impossibly thin layer of batter.
Onde Onde - Sweet Potato Glutinous Rice Ball filled with sweet palm sugar.
Kuih Seri Muka - steamed glutinous rice cake with pandan custard layer
Rainbow Kueh Lapis- Steamed 9 Layer Cake. A heritage delicacy in South East Asia...
Ang ku kueh. Red glutinous rice cakes with sweet mung bean filling.
Steamed pumpkin muffins - You don't need oven or electrical mixer to make these muffins. They tastes yummy too!!
Steamed Rice Cake with Preserved Radish
(Purple) Ondeh Ondeh -- Singapore's & Malaysia's favourite sweet potato kueh/ snack, with palm sugar and shredded coconut
Pineapple tarts and Kueh Bangkit for Chinese New Year
Malaysian Curry Puff.
Kueh Bahulu is a traditional little Malay sponge cake that's supposed to be a tad bit crunchy on the outside and soft and spongy inside.
Kuih bakar;-- a traditional Malay sweet dessert, with a gorgeous green colour and deep flavour from pandan (screwpine leaves)
Soon Kueh - Turnip Dumpling. Trasnparent rice dough filled with juicy turnip. Another common snack in Singapore/ Malaysia
Chwee Kueh (steamed rice cake with preserved radish) is another favourite street food in Singapore.
Auspicious Pineapple tarts to welcome the Year of the Tiger!
Kuih Bahlu is traditionally made during Chinese New Year but is so delicious, why just have it once a year?
Kueh bahulu, a tradition Asian treatmade with pretty molds!
Fried Sweet Potato Balls
Apam Balik - a sweet, thin and crispy Malaysian peanut pancake to satiate the homesickness.
Kueh Dadar - a traditional Peranakan dessert.
Baked for Chinese New Year! My first attempt at Kuih Lapis and its successful!
Chwee kueh from hawker stands in Singapore. It's steamed rice cake topped with minced meat, preserved vegetables and chilli sauce.
A unique twist of colour to the traditional nonya delicacy kueh lapis, or thousand-layer cake.
Kuih Pie Tee are irresistible Malaysian fingerfoods that are the perfect follow-up to popiah.