Posts tagged: Kuih Bahulu

Your Favourite CNY Goodies

By Daniel, January 21, 2011

It’s time to pile on those calories once again with those wonderfully tasty Chinese New Year goodies. They are always all around, yet taste better as the dong-dong-dong chiang season approaches. Strange yah. Here’s rounding up some of my favourite CNY goodies. What’s yours?

Egg Rolls
Hand-made love letters are really a rare find now. Many also end up being too brownish or ‘lao hong’ (not cripsy) when it is not packaged properly. Kedai Kue Kue’s love letters are hand-made at a Central Kitchen in Singapore, and yet assures a consistent quality. Light and crisp, they are so fluffy the rolls crumble on one bite.

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Warisan Recipe – Kuih Bahulu Brings Back Childhood Memories

By Daniel, December 20, 2010

Block 221 Boon Lay Place, #01-120 Boon Lay Shopping Centre Tel: 62652343
Opening hours: Daily: 9.30am-9.30pm

It never occurred to me that a shop could survive selling Kuih Bahulu. Warisan Recipe, which produces Kuih Bahulu, muffins and waffles, is located at faraway Boon Lay Shopping Centre. Surprisingly, it enjoyed a continuous flow of patrons even though I was there on a weekday afternoon.

They have given the traditional cake a modern take with appealing flavours such as chocolate rice, pandan, cheese, durian and strawberry. Soft, spongy and slightly dry, I must say these traditional cakes taste best when eaten fresh and dipped in hot milo or coffee.

Full Post at – Recipe for Sweet Nostalgia

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