Ban Jian Kuih

This is the original Apam Balik and the texture is chewy but the sides are crispy. You can make them in a 10 inch diameter and cut into wedg.

It's probably only in Singapore and Malaysia that you'd have two very different names for the same food. With our multi-ethnic composition, it's very natural for cultural boundaries to be blurred a...

Min Chiang Kueh

It's probably only in Singapore and Malaysia that you'd have two very different names for the same food. With our multi-ethnic composition, it's very natural for cultural boundaries to be blurred a.

Ban Chang Kuih recipe

Ban Chang Kuih - a pancake filled with roasted peanuts, cream corn and sugar. This pancake texture is chewy but the sides are crispy.

Peng's Kitchen : 150 g Top Flour 10 g Tapioca Flour 250 ml Water 2 tbsp Sugar 1/4 tsp Salt 1/2 tsp Alkaline Water 1/2 tsp Yeast

Peng's Kitchen : 150 g Top Flour 10 g Tapioca Flour 250 ml Water 2 tbsp Sugar tsp Salt tsp Alkaline Water tsp Yeast

Ingredients: 150 g Top Flour 10 g Tapioca Flour 250 ml Water 2 tbsp Sugar 1/4 tsp Salt 1/2 tsp Alkaline Water 1/2 tsp Yeast

Ingredients: 150 g Top Flour 10 g Tapioca Flour 250 ml Water 2 tbsp Sugar tsp Salt tsp Alkaline Water tsp Yeast

Natascha from Natascha’s palace is hosting a pancake party , and I’m delighted to bring along these apam balik , a type of pancake popular in �South east Asian countries like Malaysia , Singapore & Indonesia. These are sweet crispy pancakes that are stuffed with an interesting mixture of peanuts, sugar & creamed corn �along […]

Apam balik ( South East Asian pancakes)

Natascha from Natascha's palace is hosting a pancake party , and I'm delighted to bring along these apam balik , a type of pancake popular in South east Asian countries like Malaysia , Singapore & Indonesia. These are sweet crispy

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