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I haven't had this in a long time. They are really wonderful and you're making me miss home....AGAIN! Thank you for the taste memory--I can literally taste it in my mouth right now.


Sounds like a wonderful snack on a hot summer day!


That's a great find. I'm always a fan of anyone remixing dishes into something else entirely.


These are amazing!! I'm going to have to try making it. Hmm ... what's next? Honeydew sago or es teler kuih?


Now that's quite innovative; I used to have Cendol but not definitely in Kue format


Mmm, that looks fantastic. We found a spice shop here in Cape Town that sells big bricks of palm sugar, so we have been experimenting with some coconut cream and palm sugar treats at home. Nothing this beautiful though.... -X


Oh wow... am I glad it's lunch time and I can indulge my grumbling tummy!


this looks so yummy!!! Do you know where to find the "noodles" that are inside? I can't seem to find any at the store and I could try to make some home made since I've never seen that desert around here! Thank you ^.^

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