42 exotic recipes from around the world to celebrate your festive and holiday seasons. Try to broaden our menu horizon by trying out some traditional recipes from different parts of the world. Let’s celebrate our festivities abroad without us going away.
Apple cupcakes with cream cheese frosting are simply delicious. With cinnamon and vanilla flavour, this decadent cupcake will be a comfort treat on cold autumn days.
These chocolate chip cookies with coconut oil have a toffee-like flavour. They’re bitey on the outside and softly chewy on the inside. The subtle flavour of coconut oil in them will remind you of tropical breeze. Simply moreish.
Gemblong is a Jajanan Pasar from Indonesia that is made of glutinous rice flour and coconut with the brown sugar coating. It’s crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside. It’s simply a delectable sweet treat.
Klepon is sweet snacks and dessert from Indonesia that are made of glutinous rice flour with brown sugar filling and are coated with coconuts. The soft and chewy balls are lovely to enjoy with your afternoon cuppa.
Gajar ka halwa is a slow-cooked dessert from Pakistan and India. It’s a delightful dessert to enjoy either hot or cold.
These Indonesian sweet potato balls have a slightly chewy texture. They are called Kolak Biji Salak which you enjoy with brown sugar syrup and drizzle of creamy coconut milk. They’re delicious for dessert or just afternoon snack. Yummy.
Serabi Kuah is Indonesian pancakes that you enjoy with palm sugar syrup and coconut milk. And you can make them with either plain flour or rice flour. It’s a perfect option for dairy-free and gluten-free pancakes.
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This creamy and delicate custard pie with evaporated milk will be your next favourite dessert. Especially for custard lovers. Because not only this sweet pastry is delicious, but it’s so easy to make and can be ready in half an hour.