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Malaysian dessert

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Malaysian dessert. Get inspired and try out new things.
This traditional cassava (tapioca) cake is semi-soft, chewy and fragrant. It has an inviting aroma from the screw pine leaves (pandan leaves), eggs and coconut milk. Just perfect for tea-time snack or as dessert. More importantly it’s extremely easy to make and it’s super delicious.

Baked Cassava (Tapioca) Cake: This traditional cassava (tapioca) cake is semi-soft, chewy and fragrant. It has an inviting aroma from the screw pine leaves (pandan leaves), eggs and coconut milk. Just perfect for tea-time snack or as dessert. More importantly it’s extremel…

粿 | Kueh by Lee Xin Li, via Behance

Kueh is a kind of snack or sweet found in Southeast Asia. It comes in all sorts of colours, shapes and flavours. This series of works showcases the diversity of the kueh around the region ranging from Chinese, Nonya, Malay and Indonesian Kueh just to name…

Pandan Custard-Glutinous Rice Layers  In Malaysia, its known as either Kuih Seri Muka,  kuih salat or pulut sekaya. One of Malaysians favourite sweet, creamy and salty dessert to be enjoyed either for breakfast, afternoon tea or for dessert.

Pandan Custard-Glutinous Rice Layers In Malaysia, its known as either Kuih Seri Muka, kuih salat or pulut sekaya. One of Malaysians favourite sweet, creamy and salty dessert to be enjoyed either for breakfast, afternoon tea or for dessert.

Onde-onde (Ondeh-ondeh) recipe - These cute little pastries are infused with pandan (screwpine leaf) juice and filled with “Gula Melaka” or palm sugar and then rolled in with some fresh grated coconut. The palm sugar that’s in it literally bursts in your mouth when you take a bite. They are sweet and delicious. #malaysian #dessert

Onde-onde (or Ondeh-ondeh) are made with pandan (screwpine leaf) infused dough and filled with Gula Melaka or palm sugar. Roll them with grated coconut before serving.

Kuih Kosui (Glutinous Rice and Coconut Dessert) | 27 Malaysian Street Foods You Need To Eat In This Lifetime

Phin and Ngin also sell these bite-size green banana-leaf-wrapped things called kuih kosui: inside the banana leaf there’s a layer of pillowy glutinous rice dough wrapped around a filling of furry, shredded coconut stir-fried with brown sugar and pandan.

“I’d been hankering to bake a cake for a while now and I really wanted to try the Boy’s family’s “secret” Honeycomb Cake recipe. This cake is also known as Kek S…

“I’d been hankering to bake a cake for a while now and I really wanted to try the Boy’s family’s “secret” Honeycomb Cake recipe. This cake is also known as Kek S…

JULES FOOD...: Malaysian Honeycomb cake...aka "Ant's Nest Cake"

KEK SARANG SEMUT... aka ANT'S NEST CAKE how cool is this cake? you might have seen the Vietnamese Pandan Honeycomb Cake ...

Steamed Kuih Lapis is a popular snack in Malaysia and Singapore and it literally means layer cake in Malay. Get the recipe on Honest Cooking.

11 · 30 minutes · Steamed Kuih Lapis is a popular snack in Malaysia and Singapore and it literally means layer cake in Malay.

7 ingredients

Canned Goods
  • 500 ml Coconut milk with, Thick
Baking & Spices
  • 100 g Rice flour
  • 1 Rose pink colouring
  • 400 g Sugar
  • 350 g Tapioca flour
Liquids
  • 500 ml Water
Other
  • 4 Pandan leaves