A Traditional Malay Kuih Recipe: Baked Tapioca Cake, Kuih Bingka Ubi Kayu
Baked Tapioca Cake, also known as Kuih Bingka Ubi Kayu, is a very popular sweet delicacy. This traditional Malay/ Nyonya kuih is semi-soft, chewy and extremely fragrant. It has an inviting aroma from the aromatic pandan leaves, fresh eggs and undiluted coconut milk.
Possibly The Easiest Kuih To Make
And the good news is its so much easier to make this baked tapioca cake compared to other types of kuih. You just need to mix everything together and bake. Above all, it’s such a forgiving cake. If you find that the cake is under baked, simply return it into the oven to continue baking till completely done. And it will still be as delicious.
The Perfect Malaysian Afternoon Tea
Only when you have taken a bite then you can understand the magic of this chewy and delectable traditional kuih. Enjoy these freshly baked tapioca cake in the afternoon complimented with a cup of tea or coffee with your loved ones is the best thing you can spend the afternoon on.