Where is my cake? I Can’t See!–Famous Sarawak Midnight Cake (Cake Seri kaya Sarawak, Kek Belachan, Kek Hati Parit) revisited.. (砂朥越深夜蛋糕)

 

UPDATED POST ON 8-9-2014

I have decided to prepare this cake this afternoon as I craved for this cake… I don’t usually prepare this cake because it is addictive, rather costly and time consuming. Even in Sarawak, this cake

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Happy Mid Autumn Festival 2014 (中秋节 2014 贺词)

 

Good morning readers,have a great Happy Mid Autumn Festival.

First of all, I have to apologize for the mistake in my Chinese wordings as it will take too much time to amend the word and I only discovered it

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Orange Butter Cookies (香橙牛油饼干)

INTRODUCTION

This is a simple old school of traditional cookies and I prepared it for my kids’ form teachers as a token of appreciation to the teachers for Teacher’s day’s celebration 2014.

It was impromptu and I prepared it in

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A Healthier Alternative For This Mooncake Festival–Osmanthus Steamed Sponge Cake (桂花蒸糕)

INTRODUCTION

Mid autumn festival and mooncake festival will be few days away and I thought besides mooncakes, it might be a good idea to have some osmanthus steamed sponge cake to join the “celebration”. For those who can’t eat mooncake,

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Mung Bean Cookies or Kuih Koya aka Putu Kacang (绿豆糕/绿豆饼)

Updated post on 8/1/2017

Last year I bought the ready fried green bean flour, it did not have the aroma of traditional kuih koya. I am disappointed. This year when I shopped at Phoon Huat, I saw another packaging being

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These Little Cuties Is So Sweet! Wang Zhai Little Mantou, Tamago Boro (旺仔小馒头)

INTRODUCTION

I posted this Chinese/Asian cookie in the Facebook Group, sit down and proceed to write my post on Kuih Koya or mung beans cookies. I can’t proceed as there are too many comments on this cookie and members of

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Is This Cake Have Anything To Do With Puteri Radin Mas Ayu?–Puteri Ayu, Putu Ayu, Putri Ayu (椰丝小青糕)

INTRODUCTION

This is a type of Indonesian and Malay steamed sponge cake that capture the hearts of many with its pandan and coconut aroma. It is usually crowned with shredded coconut.

In Indonesia, it is mostly called Putu Ayu but

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