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Salt and Pepper Shrimps

SaltandPepperShrimpsisadishthatisoftenservedatChinese'srestaurant.Forthisrecipe,youcanalsoopttodeep-frytheshrimpswithshell-on.Thisisagreatdishtoservetogetherwithsit-fryvegetables,soup,andsteamedrice.

Baked Sardine Buns

This is a budget-friendly and nutritious Malaysian Style Baked Sardine Buns recipe. It’s made with canned sardines in tomato sauce, and briefly cooked with onion and some spices.

Pineapple Tart/Nastar Rolls

ThesearePineappleNastarRolls,andyou'llneedaNastarcookiemouldforthisrecipe.Learnhowtomakethemwithmyvideotutorial,andHappyBaking.

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Kuih Bangkit-Tapioca Cookies

Chinese Lunar New Year falls on Feb 14th this year. So, I thought it would be a great to share a couple more classic cookies’ recipes enjoyed by Chinese families in Malaysia and Singapore during this festive season. This is the recipe for Tapioca Cookies or also known as “Kuih Bangkit”. Obviously, the main ingredient is the tapioca flour itself. The cookies will just melt in your mouth, accompanied with a wonderful fragrant and taste from the coconut milk and Pandan (screw pine) leaves.

Note: Updated post with a video tutorial guide