Caramel honeycomb cake is another popular cake that often found in Indonesia’ traditional markets. It is a classic cake from childhood memories for most of Indonesian people. This cake is also well-known as ants nest cake or kue sarang semut in Indonesian, because of the structure that looks like it. It has light taste but deep caramel flavour with soft and spongy texture.
Soft and fluffy hot cross buns are what most people look for every year, not only because it is one of the symbol or tradition in Easter celebration, but also because of the taste. Traditionally, hot cross buns are eaten on Good Friday as the cross is the symbol of crucifixion of Jesus, while the spices contained in the bun implying the spices used to embalm Jesus at his burial day which we call Good Friday or Holy Friday. Continue reading “Soft And Fluffy Hot Cross Buns”
Kaya puff is Malaysian pastry filled with coconut egg jam, which is called kaya or srikaya for Indonesian. It is a popular snack or dessert in Malaysia. The word kaya in Malay means rich, could possibly refer to the texture of this wildly popular jam in Southeast Asia.
It is undeniable that tiramisu is the cake of the world. This Italian dessert is well-known all around the world. The name itself, tiramiśu, in italian means pick me up, which sounds very sexy and tempting. Aside from it’s name, the soft creamy texture and coffee flavour make it hard to resist, especially for coffee lovers. Moreover, with a dusting cacao powder on it makes it a perfect combination of flavour.
Spanish flan is a delicious baked vanilla egg custard pudding topped with caramel, a very famous dessert in Spain. It is my favourite dessert, as I am also a big fan of caramel. This dessert has light and creamy texture and is very addictive.