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35min

These sweet potato doughnuts are wonderful to serve for tea time or snacks.

Recipe by: Suhara

 
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2days

This rice cake or compressed rice is used in various dishes including soto ayam, rendang and also used as a side to dip in satay peanut sauce.

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20min

Easy sweet potato balls with sweet filling for tea time. Serve while it is still hot and the sweet filling will ooze out as you bite into it. Delicious!

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30min

This is a traditional sago pudding dessert that is served chilled and is great after a spicy meal.

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45min

A traditional dessert with sago and grated coconut that is served for tea time. It's typically pink in colour .

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40min

I found this recipe that reminds me of panna cota but with a traditional twist using coconut milk and green pea flour. The flour gives this recipe its firmness so you may have to adjust the quantity depending on your taste but it has to be firm enough to mold.

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40min

I love this savoury stuffed Indian pancake. You can have this for breakfast or tea-time. It's usually accompanied with pickled red onions or curry for dipping.

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40min

These little mini tarts is a favorite for festive occasions like Chinese New Year and Eid Fitri. Nowadays the pastry comes in different shapes but traditionally it's a flower shape with the pineapple jam filling in the middle.

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25min

Another classic cookie that is served during Eid Fitri. It is easy to make. You can substitute to a citrus flavour by using some orange zest and changing the vanilla essence to orange juice.

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50min

This is an easy cookie bar to make that is great as a snack and can be served during the festive holidays.

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