Tag: tapioca flour

  • Jiu Fen Taro & Sweet Potato Balls 九份芋圆地瓜圆

    Jiu Fen Taro & Sweet Potato Balls 九份芋圆地瓜圆

    Since we won’t be making a trip to Taiwan’s Jiu Fen (九份) any sooner to eat my husband’s favourite dessert: Jiu Fen Taro Balls九份芋圆, I shall make it at home. I remember very clearly the first time we travelled to Jiu Fen, we took a long bus ride there and it was raining throughout, and…

  • Lapis Sagu 九层糕

    Lapis Sagu 九层糕

    Another of my favourite childhood snack – Lapis Sagu 九层糕. What’s nice about Lapis Sagu? I love the stretchy texture, the coconut aroma and the peeling layer by layer. And, I am always attracted by the colours as well.  However, what I could get from the stalls is sweet, too sweet for me. So, what’s next?…

  • Red Ruby with Gula Melaka

    Red Ruby with Gula Melaka

    Red Ruby is a Thai dessert and Red Ruby with Gula Melaka is a dessert you can find more commonly in Singapore and Malaysia. The red ruby is famous for its chewy texture that comes crunchy at the same time. Topping up with the aromatic coconut sugar and coconut milk, it is a sinfully tasty…

  • Teochew Granny’s Cake / Soft Cake 老嬷糕

    Teochew Granny’s Cake / Soft Cake 老嬷糕

    This is one of the nostalgic childhood snack – Teochew Granny’s Cake / Soft Cake.  It has been a long-time since I ate this snack and recently, I saw it selling at one of the Teochew Cake shops and bought one to try. It is really sweet or too sweet for my liking. So, I…

  • Muah Chee

    Muah Chee

    Muah Chee has been my all-time favourite snack and dessert since young. It is also my sister’s favourite food, and when we were young, whenever we passed by the muah-chee stall in Pasar Malam, we would definitely get a packet each. I do remember many years ago, there was a granny who sold very delicious…