Here’s a bit of a throwback cookie. Dahlia semprit evokes a sense of 70s, retro-shaped with a little cherry on top. It also comes from a time where there not many ingredients are available hence, it uses contents of your cupboard… More »
A typical cake is a sweet form of baked dessert which is best enjoyed in the afternoon with a cup of tea or coffee. More elaborate versions with icing or fondant are made for celebrations like birthdays… More »
A kuih so good that it made my heart sing! Nona Manis is a steamed pandan-flavoured kuih with a creamy center filling made of coconut cream custard. Just plop one in your mouth and enjoy the melting delight. More »
In the Banjar language, ‘wadai’ means kuih and ‘kipeng’ means pieces. Wadai Kipeng is usually made during a festival by the Malay Banjar community. They get together and knead glutinous rice into little balls… More »
Once in a while I get this craving for a feel good bubur pulut. Rich and lush bubur stirred in fresh creamy coconut milk with essence of fresh pandan leaves. I used a pressure cooker for this recipe to cut the cooking time in half. More »
I reckon this is one of the best local desserts we have in Malaysia, 3 simple components joined together to make an amazing treat. Use good quality gula Melaka, it makes a huge difference and it is definitely a crowd pleaser. Brilliant… More »
Bangsar is no stranger to good eats. Now we can add desserts and pastries to that list because Jaslyn Cakes serves up some of the tastiest baked goodies in town. Jaslyn Cakes opened in 2014. Owner, the softly spoken Jaslyn Rangson,… More »
This chilled out little café in Melawati has perked up the cake scene in this part of town. Often we bemoan that all cafes seem to want to be in Taman Tun or Bangsar or Subang Jaya. Well, people in Ampang/Melawati/ Wangsa Maju eat… More »
Those who know, know... that the best apam balik in town is down a dark little street in the middle of Kampung Baru. This is a fluffy, pillowy kind and to know it's true power is to wait by the side of the road as the Pakcik makes… More »
Here we go again, another year another Valentine’s Day. If you have planned a dinner at home, how bout making some Chocolate Truffles for dessert? Try not to eat them all while you’re making it. Save some for your partnerlah. More »
Green pandan flavoured crêpe rolls filled with caramelized coconut. You can buy this at most kuih stalls but it is easy to make! No mad kitchen skills needed to pull this off. The key is to use good quality Gula Melaka (if you have… More »
If you’re attempting to make a Yule Long cake to wow your guests this Christmas but all the recipes you’ve found looks intimidating, then this is the recipe for you! More »
We love making gingerbread men! Try this recipe and go crazy with decorating. More »
Gingerbread houses, sweet pies and cakes to sink your teeth into. Whatever your mood is for Christmas we are pulling out some of our favourite recipes to get you started. Super Easy but Impressive Cakes… More »
These are sweet little pies you can make with your kids over the school holidays. The crust is very buttery and actually good to just eat on its own. In fact you can go to town with this using different cookie cutters to make different… More »
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