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
Kuih Bahulu/Malaysia Madeleine
Try my Asian type of Halloween dessert, this chewy little pumpkin will wow your crowd!
Kuih Seri Muka - steamed glutinous rice topped with pandan flavour custard.
Apam Balik - a sweet, thin and crispy Malaysian peanut pancake to satiate the homesickness.
Kuih Keria (Sweet Potato Doughnuts) - A popular Malaysian snack.
Sweet and delicious Onde-Onde.
Kuih Keria (Fried Sweet Potato Donut)
A delicious sweet ending with tea or coffee after a hearty meal... of Nasi Lemak or Roti Canai!
Kuih Bahulu / Kuih Baulu
Nyonya kuih: an Asian concept of cakes and pastries.
Kuih Bahulu - Malaysian cake pop!
Baked for Chinese New Year! My first attempt at Kuih Lapis and its successful!
Honeycomb Biscuit ~ Kuih Rose. A very popular Chinese New Year snack.
Kuih Pie Tee are irresistible Malaysian fingerfoods that are the perfect follow-up to popiah.
Kuih Bahulu, the Malaysian version of madeleines.
I made these lovely Love Letters or as we Malaysian also called it "kuih kapit" using a Pizzelle Press.