Kueh Bangkit – a delicate and melt-in-your-mouth cookie that is often made during Chinese New Year. The name “Kueh Bangkit” is derived from Malay, where “kueh” refers to a bite-sized snack or dessert, and “bangkit” means to rise or flourish. In this class, you will learn the technique to make the Kueh Bangkit from Chef Judy. This is a recipe that was taught to her by her grandaunt. Find out more in our class!
- Ingredients and techniques to make kueh bangkit
- Fees include all training materials and ingredients
- Participants will take home products made during the course
- Takeaway boxes will be provided according to products made. Additional boxes requested are chargeable
- All ingredients are pre-weighted. Additional weighing of ingredients may be required during class.
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