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This Pandan Kaya Kueh Ko Swee Is The Chinese New Year Dessert You Need

Easier than baking pineapple tarts and arguably yummier.

This Pandan Kaya Kueh Ko Swee Is The Chinese New Year Dessert You Need

Quivery, almost pudding-like kueh lush with coconut milk, tapioca flour and freshly squeezed pandan juice. That’s exactly what this recipe for Pandan Kaya Kueh Ko Swee yields. Unlike traditional brown kueh ko swee, which is flavoured with gula Melaka and without coconut milk in its batter, this version has a richer, more wobbly texture and is heady with the perfume of fresh pandan juice. Dreamy taste and texture aside, we also love its prettier jade hue.

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