Coming from a family that seldom buy Malay kuih, even Malay dishes, I had and still have little idea what Malay dishes are about. I was introduced to Kuih Bingka the first year at my work place as majority of my colleagues were Malays.
I took a piece of the fragrant pandan with coconut milk kuih, the texture so soft and smooth. I instantly fell in love with it. From that day, I always made sure I always have one whole binka back to the office for tea when ever I have lunch at Komplex Kraft in KL.
I also have been getting my dose of binka from the Kelana Jaya Pasar Tani every Saturday morning. Here I have more choices with the binka, different flavors but all sold at RM3 each. I often stick with the green bean binka which is my favorite. Leave me alone with it and you will see just the empty paper plate ;p
There is only one stall there that sells binka. You can not miss this stall because all their binka is displayed out front along with their Kuih Gula Bakar. This I really like too!
Put Kuih Binka and Kuih Gula Bakar together what do you get? ...Empty plates because I have eaten them all... MUAHAHAHAHAHA ;p~
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