Somsom is an Asian version of Panna Cotta made out of rice flour custard and doused in gula melaka syrup. This dairy-free kuih is smooth and velvety, best eaten hot or cold. More »
This is a snack made from sago, sugar, coconut and gula melaka steamed in banana leaves. Back in the day, they used to make a big batch of this and give it out during a gotong royong, so it is kinda like a power bar your Atok used… More »
This wonderful kuih comes from the heartland of Perak. Subtly sweet from ripen pumpkin and firm, it gets its signature aroma from grated coconut and the banana leaf it is steamed in. An awesome time time treat! More »
A love child between a flat pie and a murtabak. It even looks like a pizza that has a pastry top. Traditionally Roti Boyan just has an egg and onion filling, but there are new innovations with different meat fillings and even cheese! More »
So many wonderful things you can do with ubi kayu! This baked kuih has great aroma, taste with a light bouncy and chewy texture. So easy to make, get the kids involved too. More »
Serimuka is a two layered steamed kuih. The bottom half is set sticky glutinous rice while on top is a layer of green pandan flavoured set custard. It is mildly sweet and pairs well with most tea time beverages. More »
Kuih Cara Berlauk is a griddled bite-sized kuih topped with curried beef mince, chillies and fried shallots. The yellow colour comes from a little turmeric mixed in with the batter. It’s a delicious savoury cousin to Kuih Cara… More »
Kuih Bidaran, a cousin of the more popular Kuih Bom we think this kuih uses sweet potato mixed in with the glutinous rice flour. The result is a chewy, crispy ball with a natural sweetness. This is then stuffed with sticky and sweet… More »
These delightful local mini doughnuts are made out of sweet potato and frosted with gula melaka. Make ‘em yourself and you can eat it hot! Use the orange sweet potato instead of the white kind and you will get a moister and softer… More »
Tok Bih first arrived in Kuala Lumpur about 50 years ago. She brought with her knowledge and a deep appreciation for ‘Utara’ (Northern) home cooking, embedded by her mother since she was young. Hesitant… 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 »
This is a traditional kuih that you can find easily at roadside stalls in Malaysia. It’s a rolled up pandan flavoured pancake with gula melaka and coconut filling. Pandan gives the pancake a lovely green colour and a wonderful… More »
Ahh… lepat pisang, many have asked where the best is sold. The best of course is one you make yourself. Try this killer recipe that’s dead easy too! More »
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