Kuih talam is a peranakan kuih dessert comprising of a green pandan and white coconut layer. An exquisite blend between sweet and savoury, the white layer packs a slightly salty and rich coconut flavour while the green pandan layer is soft, sweet and chewy. The green colour present in the kuih is formed naturally from […]
The iconic Pandan Chiffon Cake, it’s startling how humble ingredients are used to create such a fluffy and fragrant cake. You can enjoy great countless slices of this cake without feeling guilty. Perfect with a cup of kopi-o.
Kueh Dadar is one of the most popular Peranakan kuehs you see in shops around Singapore. Just take one bite into the pandan flavoured crepe bursting with a gula melaka grated coconut filling and it’s easy to see the appeal!
Sweet potato soup evokes sweet childhood memories. It’s a traditional, easy and fast to whip up Chinese dessert. All you need is sweet potato, ginger, pandan leaves and black jaggery sugar. In 30 minutes, you will have a hot piping bowl of gingery sweet soup with soft sweet potatoes to tuck in. The soup will warm the body, especially during cold rainy days or when one is feeling a bit under the weather.
Gula Melaka (palm sugar), coconut milk and pandan (screwpine) leaves are the three undisputed stars of Southeast Asian dessert!
A classic Malay kueh with such a cute name like ondeh ondeh. We would be crazy to leave this out! Imagine QQ (chewy) glutinous rice balls oozing with Gula Melaka (palm sugar) and coated with fresh coconut shreds.
A cooling and refreshing local dessert. Cheng Tng (清汤) literally means clear soup. This is what sets it apart from the other rich and creamy desserts like burbur chacha or ice kacang.