Kota Damansara sits right in between Petaling Jaya and Subang, and is relatively a new neighbourhood. So in a way it's still finding it's feet as a makan destination. This means that anything goes, from… More »
Make this moist coffee cake to celebrate international coffee day this weekend. Even non coffee lovers will be asking for seconds. We say eat it a little warm with cold vanilla ice cream. It’s like a fabulous take on an adffogato… 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 »
Foo Foo Fine Desserts is one of the many cafes that serve coffee and desserts in TTDI. The establishment was started by two badminton buddies, Jack who is an architect and Foo who is a dessert chef. Their goal is to bring fine dining… 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 »
We all have a special Thai restaurant that we love and is a go to place when you want some spicy tomyam or a fiery somtam. For some Thai food is like comfort food, having that hot tom yam on a rainy day… More »
Let's get this straight, martabak (with an 'a') is a popular snack in Indonesia where it resembles our own apam balik. It is thicker and usually comes with sweet fillings. Lucky for us a local Malaysian learnt the recipe from a martabak… More »
Grace your holiday table with some nutty cheer with this rather amazing pie. We added lovely dark chocolate to the syrup that coats all those lovely crunchy pecan. It’s the kind of pie you hope all your guests would not ask for… More »
Ah, a perennial Malaysian favourite. There are many versions but here’s a basic but yummy bubur kacang recipe that is delicious served hot or cold. Don’t forget to use the best gula melaka you can find! More »
Oh the thought of a nice creamy cheesecake topped with a tart lemon curd! This Raya make it for a get together to balance out all that spicy rendang action. The base is the humble biskut Marie, so you just need to splurge for a jar… More »
Just a couple of days before Raya and your cookie jars lay empty, you’re overwhelmed with choices, you want something homemade but which ones should you make? Don’t fret, we have narrowed it down for… More »
These old-fashioned cornflake cookies are ridiculously addictive. Thankfully they are really easy to make. Be warned though, they are like popcorn. Sit with a jar in front of your favourite Raya variety show and before you know it…… More »
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 »
Thumbprint cookies are sweet buttery morsels filled with jam. It’s a simple recipe that you can whip up in a jiffy. Dainty and yummy, these cookies would be perfect for afternoon tea or served at a Raya open house. More »
Frambozen Kenari, no one really knows who came up with the name, it’s a mystery. Like, why Kenari? Unknown origins aside, Frambozen Kenari is actually a worthy dessert. It has a shortbread cookies base, which is smeared with… More »
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