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.