Archive for the ‘Desserts/Sweets’ Category

Hello!  Sorry for the lack of posts lately.  We have been busy setting up the new shop.  Thank you everyone for writing to us and asking us where the shop is.  We are almost ready and will open in early to mid July.  The shop is located at 1025 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill.  So when […]

This recipe is adpated from Catherine Chia recipe dessert collection   Ingredients A 3 eggs 150g caster sugar 1 tsp ovalette 150g self raising flour 125ml concentrated coconut milk 1 tbsp pandan juice Ingredient B 1 grated white coconut 1 tsp flour A pinch of salt Method: 1. Beat eggs, sugar and ovalette till fluffy. […]

Here’s another dessert, a Nyonya kuih. Steamed Cake recipe Ingredient A 5 egg whites 300gm sugar Ingredient B 4 egg yolk 200 ml soda water 350gm self raising flour Method 1. Whisk Ingredient A till fluffy and light 2. Mix together Ingredient B 3. Fold in Ingredient B to Ingredient A 4. Spoon into small […]

Be prepared for lots of dessert recipes!  Anyone with a sweet tooth would be delighted with the next few posts of sweets in the coming weeks!  Here’s a mung bean cake recipe.  Mung Bean Cake recipe Ingredients 200g plain flour 50g butter 80ml water 400g split mung beans 200g sugar oil Filling 1. Soak 400g […]

Pulut Inti is another popular Nyonya Kuih and I guarantee you, it is the easiest to make.    “Pulut” means glutinous rice and “Inti” is the filling.   I’ve always known Bunga Telang as the two Malay words or Blue Pea/Clitoria ternatea for some.  It is widely available in Malaysia, Singapore or in the Asian countries.  Well, […]

Have you tried glutinous rice balls when you go for Dim Sum/Yum Cha?  They usually have them in the dessert cart.    Have a go with this easy recipe after the jump.  

This has always been our family favorite dessert especially after the Chinese New Year.  We always make sure that we kept as many of the “nin ko” (in Cantonese) to last us for a long time.  It is also known as Tee Kuih (in Hokkien) or just simply Sweet Cake. To make these fritters, we […]

I love to eat these as a child.  So, I asked my mom to teach me.  It is so easy to make.  Therefore, there shouldn’t be any excuse not to try.   Today being Good Friday in Australia, my family is having a huge BBQ feast at my aunt’s place.  Good thing I made enough for […]

Kueh Ko Swee recipe

27, Sep 2008

Posting more kuehs… this is steamed rice pudding, sprinkled with grated coconut.  Steamed in little Chinese tea cups. Recipe 185 grams rice flour 60 grams sago flour 280 grams sugar 3 ¼ cups water ½ teaspoon lye water Method Pre-cook the above ingredients till slightly thick. In a steamer heat up small porcelain cups for […]

Bubur Cha Cha

26, Sep 2008

This Nyonya dessert has sweet potato and taro medley in a light coconut sauce.

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