Deep Fried Niangao (酥脆炸年糕)

INTRODUCTION

After joining Facebook, I realized there are many ways of eating niangao but I am used to deep frying niangao or pan fried niangao with eggs. Some ate by using a spoon to scoop out the sticky soft niangao

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Sweet Potatoes Crackers (炸番薯饼, keropok ubi)

INTRODUCTION

Eating homemade crackers can be as healthy as you want it to be. The preparation environment is much cleaner, you can use less seasoning and instead of deep fried, you can always use air fried or microwave. Having said

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Steamed Brownie Cheesecake (蒸布朗尼奶酪蛋糕)

INTRODUCTION

During Chinese New Year, besides Lapis, there is a huge demand of steamed cakes in Sarawak .  These steamed cakes are very rich in flavour, delicious and extremely  moist cakes.

These cakes are very expensive and can easily fetch

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Auspicious Chinese Stewed Leek Dish (香蒜报喜)

INTRODUCTION

I am unsure if readers are aware, few weeks before Chinese New Year, wet markets and supermarkets are full of Chinese leek (蒜) Most families will buy some leek and keep in the fridge because it has some auspicious

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Agar Agar Sweets (燕菜糖)

INTRODUCTION

I asked my boy to try this traditional agar agar sweets, he refused citing that there is too much colouring. I was stunned and to a certain extent, Singapore education system is a success. I presumed he learned from

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Chickpeas cookies (马豆酥)

Updated post on 9-1-2017

Since I have a kuih bangkit mould, I am thinking of using it for the moulding. It works well and  I have append recipe 2 in red. Instead of free shaping, you can just mix the

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Red Bean Niangao (红豆年糕)

INTRODUCTION

Niangao or glutinous rice cake is a very important Chinese New Year Cake that most families will prepare and purchased during Chinese New Year.  It signifies progression over the years or 年年高升.

In essence, niangao is made from glutinous

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Coffee Cookies (咖啡曲奇)

After I did my cookies compilation 2 days ago (SPECIAL COMPILATION OF 80 CHINESE NEW YEAR RECIPES–PART 1–Cookies, Snacks and Cakes ( 80 春节食谱汇编 1–糕点和曲奇)) , do I still have any Chinese New Year Goodies to share? Yes,

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SPECIAL COMPILATION OF 90 CHINESE NEW YEAR RECIPES–PART 1–Cookies, Snacks and Cakes ( 90 春节食谱汇编 1–糕点和曲奇)

INTRODUCTION

This is a special compilation for all the Chinese New Year related recipes. It will be divided into 3 posts.

  • Part 1 is concerning all the cookies, pastries pertaining to the Chinese New Year recipes.
  • Part 2 is this
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Kampar Chicken Biscuit (Kai Zai Paeng or 鸡仔饼)

INTRODUCTION

i have always heard of this biscuit but I never try it before I blog this cookies. This Chinese New Year, it seems that it is a common Chinese New Year goodies in Chinese Facebook Groups. I also saw

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