Kuih Bingka Ubi

I have been so busy lately that at night, I dream of work, at work, I obsess and think about the other million things that I need to do that have nothing to do with work, then I go home, and I do none of the million things that I’m supposed to be doing. What am I doing?! Nothing obviously.

And yet I still find time to eat a lot, cook,bake and test out new recipes. Sigh, I am not good at prioritising.

bak kut teh

A great big pot of bak kut teh means not much cooking for the rest of the week.

okra

Haven’t featured any lunch bentos for a while. Stir-fried lemongrass chicken with sambal okra and steamed rice.

kuih bingka

A new Malaysian kuih recipe and possibly the easiest one yet! Kuih binga ubi aka baked tapioca cake is fragrant, buttery and moist. Only problem is, my kuih turned out a bit too soft, I knew immediately that it was because I used frozen cassava/tapioca which when grated turned out really watery, so note to self, squeeze out every inch of water from grated tapioca.

kuih piece

It was so easy to make this cake, I might even sell it at my stall in future! I’m putting in my registration forms this week, quick, start spreading the word, Daitaoha’s selling food at UWA Spring Feast and Curtin Pasar Malam! I still haven’t decided on the final products yet, but have roped in a few guinea pigs to do some taste testing, Jo and HC definitely, and perhaps Jason and Wendy? Anyone interested?

It’s a big day, we’ve got a new female PM!

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14 Responses to “Kuih Bingka Ubi”


  1. 1 Slappedbygunk September 7, 2010 at 6:51 pm

    The bento looks good! Lunch is provided for me this week leh, but only baguette. It’s huge though, and we also get a pack of crisps, slice of cake and one hot snack. But not that nice lah.

    I’m not fond of tapioca cake leh but yah I think can sell!

  2. 3 mum September 8, 2010 at 12:47 am

    Must drain the water from the grated tapioca.

  3. 5 Conor @ HoldtheBeef September 8, 2010 at 3:41 am

    That bento lunch looks mighty fine.

    Will have to come try your treats at the Spring Feast!

  4. 7 rita September 8, 2010 at 8:19 pm

    good luck on the registration. if only i live there – i’d be the first in line at your stall and be your guinea pig, as well.

    good luck on your new PM!

  5. 9 wendy September 9, 2010 at 4:47 am

    i hope the new PM can really do something good to the country and to us.

    the malaysian kuih looks really yummy.

  6. 11 GeiZai September 13, 2010 at 7:26 pm

    OMG! there is an ads by google in your blog. you must be very ē”Ÿę„å…“隆怂

  7. 13 Fiona December 4, 2012 at 7:49 pm

    Hi! Do you mind sharing your recipe for the kueh? I’ve been looking for recipes for this nonya delight but a lot of them turned out too dry and hard. Your picture looks amazing and I would really love to try them out someday! Hope to hear from you soon šŸ™‚ Thanks loads! šŸ™‚


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