Kuih lapis

Indulge in the rich flavors of Kuih Lapis with these delicious recipes. Discover how to make this traditional Malaysian dessert at home and satisfy your sweet tooth today.
Ingredients:    750 grams grated coconut  600 mls water  360 grams wet rice flour  250 grams sago flour  1/2 teaspoon salt  500 grams granul... Malaysian Food Desserts, Kueh Lapis, Cookie Pudding Dessert, Bolu Cake, Kuih Lapis, Layered Dessert, Vietnamese Dessert, Kuih Muih, Rose Recipes

Ingredients: 750 grams grated coconut 600 mls water 360 grams wet rice flour 250 grams sago flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 500 grams granulated sugar 300 mls water A screwpine leaves Food colouring Method: Squeeze out the coconut milk with 600 mls water. Add water to the coconut milk, bringing it to 900 mls. Mix the rice flour, sago flour and salt in a bowl. Add in coconut milk, a little at a time and blend in until smooth. Boil the sugar with the water and screwpine leaves for 10 minutes. Strain…

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While kuih and pastry shop Lady Wong makes cakes and verrines flavored with gula melaka, pandan, and passionfruit, it’s the delicate and intricate kuih that draw most customers in. Kuih are bite-size snacks and desserts found across parts of Southeast Asia, China, and Brunei. This rose-scented kuih lapis is popular in the Malay community, served either as an evening snack or for breakfast and making an appearance at weddings and other special events. Snacks, Cake, Popular, Dessert, Mochi, Pie, Pies, Family, Pandan

While kuih and pastry shop Lady Wong makes cakes and verrines flavored with gula melaka, pandan, and passionfruit, it’s the delicate and intricate kuih that draw most customers in. Kuih are bite-size snacks and desserts found across parts of Southeast Asia, China, and Brunei. This rose-scented kuih lapis is popular in the Malay community, served either as an evening snack or for breakfast and making an appearance at weddings and other special events.

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