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The Beginner’s Guide to Asian Pastries and Traditional Desserts in Singapore That Locals Love

Authentic heritage treats

There’s no word in the English Language that can accurately translate what “kueh” (or “kuih” in Malay) means, and the closest we can get is a snack, dessert, pastry or perhaps, a cake of sorts.

One thing that will not be lost in translation is how yummy these heritage kuehs are!

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By Muneerah Bee, September 2016 / Updated by Jashleen Kaur, September 2020

 

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