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Local Dessert & Snacks

Local Dessert & Snacks

Having a sweet tooth is not a bad thing! 🤩 as long as you recall what you have. 🤓
Kugel Kaffee
Kugel Kaffee

You can compare in our local dessert folder when we have this Pult Inti at Hougang Nyonya. Jian Bo ‘s butterfly pea flower rice and grated coconut has moist texture and not overly sweet. 👍
We split Pulut Inti into 2 pieces to share. Somehow if you munch on pulut Inti after having Shui Kueh, you might feel the snack tastes slightly bitter. The after taste is normal as their Shui Kueh is really spicy & yum!!

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Day 20: “Mission Completed” we browsed around AMK hub and found a few Kueh places (Bengawan, Jianbo TBR Shui Kueh, Teochew Kueh in Malaysia Boleh)but we wanna pick the special one to mark our last Kueh adventure before one of us embark on a road trip. 🏔
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This Durian Salat will do it! One of us is not a big fan as the smell is so strong for this one. You can totally smell it as you devour and it doesn’t matter how delicious it is!!😆😁🙌🤘

Day 19: We enjoy getting our Kuehs at Toa Payoh outlet as the staffs are very friendly compared to another branch. Sometimes we lost count that it’s been 19 Kuehs we had so far out of 20 Kuehs goal we set.
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Getuk Ubi might not be everyone’s cup of tea as the tapioca/ cassava at the bottom is quite starchy (blame it on us that we put it in a fridge before sharing between us). Anyhow, the orangy grated coconut save the day for sweet tooth like us. Dear Getuk Ubi, we might revisit you again if we need some energy! 💪

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Day 18: Mellow texture both Green Pandan and coconut cream layers. Fell head over heels for this natural looking Kueh 😍

Day 17: A slight twist to Kueh Talam is this Talam Gula Melaka. Salty top (coconut milk, rice flour) and sweet bottom (gula Melaka) just like most things in life. 😸

Day 16: May we go against the flow and enjoy this Lemper Udang. It is not everyone cup of tea for the savoury shrimp filling wrapped with glutinous rice. For those who love it salty and sweet, this one is for you! 😁🤘

Day 15: On day 13, we posted steamed Kueh Lapis with colorful layers. The original one looks somber with substance and slightly more expensive than the steamed one. Do we prefer it? ‘No’. Do we need to pay more? ‘Yes’
‘Welcome to the Layer Cake son!’😆

Day 14: “Been in plenty of sticky situations in life, we still want all in it!” 😜 Sticky Sagu with middle layer implies gula Melaka. We try to be precise in term of outlet location for the Kueh we get from Bengawan Solo as it seems not all outlets store the same type of Kuehs. Junction 8 is one of our favorite stall where you can get your hand on this yummy treat. 🤘

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Day 12: Alternate to try Kueh from this ‘Hougang Nonya Kueh’. They sell in a set of 3 ( one Kueh is already in our stomach 😆). The coconut milk nicely enveloped glutinous rice although we are not sure whether the color is from blue pea flower.
The sweet grated coconut topping is not overly sweet. We are quite impressed and if possible, we definitely will come back to grab Kuehs here 🤘😊

Day 11: Back to our Kueh challenge after our trip. No need for intro for this popular Kueh. The coconut crepe made with rice flour & coconut milk filled with grated coconut & gula Melaka. Natural coloring from Pandan leaves. Find the Bengawan version crepe quite thick but the fillings are not too sweet.👌

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Day 10: Mark the half-way towards our Kueh challenge with this Kueh Salat. Not in the perfect square shape but taste very balanced. 🤩 The glutinous rice portion matches very well with silky kaya layer.🤟

Day 9: Steamed tapioca makes its way to the front row by wearing the brightest shade of sugar (orange!). It is much brighter than ‘Getuk getuk’ its sibling. We think that it also tastes lovelier and better suited to our sweet palette.
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We will need to take a little break for the Kueh challenge after day 10 as we embark on our trip.

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