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Deep-Fried Vegetable Spring Rolls (popiah Goreng)

These are deep-fried vegetable spring rolls, also known as Popiah Goreng in Malaysia. They are crispy and delicious.

Pan Fried Meat Buns (生煎包)

This is a delicious Pan-Fried Meat Bun recipe for all you meat-lovers out there. These buns are soft, the meat filling is succulent & juicy, the bottom of the buns are brown and toasty. It is perfect for a simple breakfast, lunch, or as snacks.

Kuih Ketayap (Labu/Kabocha/Japanese Pumpkin)/Dadar Gulung

This Kuih Ketayap crêpe is made with Japanese pumpkin, instead of Pandan infused flavoured. They are wrapped with sweet coconut filling, made from grated coconut, and cooked in palm sugar. It's a simple snack, and yet they are very delicious.

Kuih Koci Pulot Hitam (Kuih Koci With Black Glutinous Rice)

Kuih Koci is a traditional kuih (dumpling) in Malaysia, and can be found across Southeast Asia with different names. They are made with white glutinous flour: infused with Pandan juice or a combination of both black and white glutinous rice flour. The dough is stuffed with coconut filling, cooked in palm sugar (aka. Gula Jawa or Melaka). The result is a sweet and delicious snack that can be served at anytime.

Kaya Puff (咖椰角)

This is a traditional-style Kaya Puff, or Kaya Kok, made with pure lard and filled with homemade coconut jam (kaya). It's a popular Chinese snack in Malaysia and one of my childhood favourites as well. If you're not keen on lard, substitute it with either vegetable or peanut oil, or a combination of soften butter and oil. You can also find the Kaya (Coconut Jam) recipe link in the ingredients list. I hope you’ll give this classic, delicious snack a try! Thank you for all of your continous support and kind comments! Kaya Puff (咖椰角) Kaya "Kok" Coconut Jam Puff Ingredients Homemade Kaya or (Store in the fridge) Dough #1 1 Cup (128 grams) All-Purpose Flour 2 1/2 Tbsp (30 grams) Lard or Shortening 1 Tbsp Sugar 4 to 5 Tbsp Water A Pinch of Salt Dough #2 (Oil) 3/4 Cup (100 grams) All-Purpose Flour 4 Tbsp (50 grams) Lard or Shortening Method

Peanut Cookies

I think Peanut Cookies must be one of the easiest cookies to make. All you need is roasted peanuts, sugar, flour, peanut oil, a pinch of salt, and a couple of egg yolks to glaze the cookies. Sounds simple, right? Well, it is and I do hope you will give this recipe a try.

Almond, Coconut, And Chocolate Chip Cookies

*This is an updated post with a video cooking guide. (Previously posted on 03/05/11)

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