Kueh Bangkit

Tapioca Cookies, Coconut Cookies (Chinese) (Malaysian) (Singaporean)

tapioca flour, pandan, egg yolks, coconut milk, red food coloring, sugar

This dish coconut cookie that is a staple at Malaysian holidays and the favorite in a Chinese New Year. Kueh bang it is floral-shaped cookies that are crumbly on the outside and airy on the inside and melt in the mouth. The traditional recipe calls for tapioca flour, pandan, coconut milk, sugar, and eggs. yolks. The tapioca flour has to be pan fried with pandan leaves until light and fluffy. The egg and sugar mixture is hand whipped with a …

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Created Feb. 24, 2017 by: anika854

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