This is my favourite and must have “kuih” during the month of Ramadan. During this month, food markets are usually available in the evening. This is when I will usually hunt for Kuih Tako. Soft and crunchy at the same time, it is an absolute favourite!
This is my favourite kuih! I use to have them for breakfast and sometimes as snacks in the afternoon. If you have over-ripe bananas and just don’t know what to do with them? Don’t fret! This recipe is for you!
Easily found in Malaysian night markets, Kuih Bakul is always a treat to everyone who loves fried and sweet food. Usually fried together with taro and sweet potatoes, this combination is a sensation! Watch the recipe video for steamed Kuih Bakul.
A simple way of preparing kuih bakul. Simply coated with grated coconut or desiccated coconut, kuih bakul can easily be a fantastic dessert or snack. Watch the recipe video where I prepare Kuih Bakul.
A special cake eaten during Chinese New Year and a very interesting story behind this cake, Kuih Bakul. It’s sticky, sweet and definitely a treat to all! Gong xi fa cai to all.