Category Archives: Asian Sweets

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Fried Sesame Balls (金堆)

These snacks are everywhere on earth! Where you can find Chinese or IndoChinese, they will be present. Northern Asia of
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Japanese Cheese Cake

At one point of my life, I was so intrigue by cheesecakes. That must be 30 years ago, when cheese
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Pineapple Tarts (Pillow)

Print Yum Pineapple Tarts (Pillow) IngredientsPastry 350g plain flour 25g corn flour 35g icing sugar 250g butter - ice cold,
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Wasabe Green Peas Cookies

My son loves those wasabe green peas snacks. So I often buy them for him. However, for some reason, those
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Kueh Kapit (Love letters)

Grew up eating these. So much easier these days to make them over electrical ones. We used to stoop near
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Sugee Cookies

Found some semolina! So happy, and did some sugee. I like my sugee with some salt and small. This is
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Profiteroles/Chocolate Eclairs

Print Yum Profiteroles/Chocolate Eclairs IngredientsChoux Pastry 80ml Water 40g Butter Pinch of Salt 50g Plain Flour 11/2 Eggs Filing 100ml
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Durian Puffs

Durian puffs, something that appeared some 15 years ago or so. Durians are special to me. My family eats a
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Durian Mousse

This has got to be my favourite cake, something I am willing to sacrifice my waistline for. Probably the only
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Castella Cake (カステラ)

In our house, we call this Japanese cake the ’tissue box cake’ because of my stupidity the first time I
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Red Bean/Coconut Popsicles

If you grew up in South East Asia, you will never have missed this treat. I’ve used coconut in this
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Yam Mooncake(芋泥月饼)

These mooncakes originate from Teochew (潮州), China. The Teochews favour yam or taro, and make wonderful desserts and dishes from
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Egg Tart (蛋塔)

These egg tarts are what we grew up eating. The last time I made them must be at least 20
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Muah Chee (麻糍)

These days, some western desserts call for candied bacon. While many find it refreshing and innovative, I wonder if people
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Lapis Surabaya Wannabe

This is a wannabe because it only looks like a lapis surabaya. This traditional cake originally asks for 30 egg
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Ondeh Ondeh

I learned to make Ondeh Ondeh when I was 13 years old, in my Secondary 1 Home Economics class when
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Pandan Chiffon Cake

Every Singaporean child grows up with Pandan Chiffon cakes.  To my kids and I, it has to be warm and
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Kueh Lapis

It has been 15 years since I baked a kueh lapis! When I was learning to bake in the 80s,
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