We are almost halfway through our #MakanMuhibah food celebration. This time we are on the sweet side. Pulut Tai Tai a classic Baba Nyonya dessert that is essentially sticky glutinous rice served with Kaya. Simple yet elegant. If Kuih-making… More »
Durian is EVERYWHERE!! This season is half price and you guys should go nuts for it. Got some extra lying around? Buat je Kuah Durian and Roti Jala. Memang puas hati makan I tell ya! More »
Lempeng is like a local pancake, but flatter and chewier. Got some extra bananas that’s hanging around in your kitchen but nobody wants to eat it? This recipe will kao dim it for you. More »
Fun to make and fun to eat! Kuih Karas is a crispy and crunchy kuih with a caramalised sugar flavour. Deep fried into an intricate lacy pattern, makes you look stare at it for a while and wonder “How was it made?” More »
Raya is in a few days so it is time to make some Ketupas Palas. This iconic Raya dish is a must have for Rendang and Serunding, plus it is a great activity to get the kids involved. The tradition must live on! More »
Kuih Kapal Terbang, is also known as Kuih Tiram, Lidah Buaya and Lidah Kucing. It is a crunchy kuih made out of layers of crispy pastry dusted with icing sugar that just melts in your mouth! More »
Halwa Maskad is an old skool dessert from when our Nenek and Atok were teenagers, or possibly earlier. It is soft and a little firm with a texture reminisce of Turkish Delight. You can add nuts for texture, or rose water for fragrance… More »
This is our Malaysian toffee, but made from coconut milk and gula melaka. It has a slight chewy texture and melts in your mouth as you eat it. Usually sold in tiny triangular parcels, they are mildly sweet and have a wonderful aroma… More »
A kuih like Bahulu but in layers! Originating from Johor, this layered cake is so fragrant from the use of freshly grounded spices. It takes a lot of time and effort to make but it is so worth it. Plus this is a great gift to give… More »
Siput Sambal is a curry spiced kuih, shaped like sea shells which tastes very similar to the flavours of Muruku. This is a great Raya gift for friends and family to enjoy. It will be gone faster than you can say siput! More »
This kuih has been around since our grandmothers were little girls. The texture for Kuih Bahulu is dry and light, taste is mildly sweet and has the fragrance of baked cake. If done correctly, it can be stored up to 2 months. Best way… More »
Kuih Bakar is a coconut-flavoured cookie with a powdery and crumbly texture, very popular during festivities. This version is from the northern state of Kedah which has a smooth exterior. If stored in an air tight container, it will… More »
This Johorean speciality is a savoury kuih made out of chicken or lamb, cooked with oats, spices and ghee. It can be eaten like congee or set in the fridge, cut into cubes and pan fried crispy like little meat cakes. Serve it with… More »
Kuih Lopes has many versions across the West Coast but the northern Malaysian version is pandan flavoured glutinous rice cakes, rolled in coconut and served with gula melaka syrup. It has it’s signature bite from the use of air… More »
This tasty little kuih also known as Pulut Pisang is found in states bordering Thailand. It’s usually a colourful pulut wrapped around a ripe sweet banana, rolled in fresh grated coconut. More »
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