I think a lot of readers may think that I am a blogger who only blogged traditional Chinese cuisines.. Hmmm, I do have passion for traditional cuisines but during celebrations, I do have the urge to prepare something slightly
This is a special compilation for mostly Singaporean and Malaysian hawker centre’s cakes (kuih). Most of the local Singaporean and Malaysian have take for granted this kuih’s and snacks as it is easily available at reasonable price in the
Updated post on 30-12-2016
I have decided to update the post with the special ladle for this snack. Personally, i think without ladle is easier to make it thinner and hence crispier. However, it is more beautiful that irregular shape.
I am very excited when I found a recipe of my childhood peanut candy snack – Kong Tng or 贡糖。。 Apparently there are not many recipe available but only one though it appeared in many websites..
I happily went
This is my childhood dish and my late mum used to prepare this occasionally. During bigger festivals, ngoh hiang or meat rolls were prepared but for smaller praying ceremony, these were prepared instead.
The differences between the two are
If you have never taste this kuih, imagine you are eating a Chinese alkaline dumpling in different shape. Yes, the recipe is exactly the same except it was wrapped in banana leaves and in triangular shape.
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