Angkoos Galore!


  1. Oh gosh. Such an honour to be your guinea pig la. They were SO GOOD. We relish our next turn at guineapigging for you, dear. 😀

    P.S. The vibrant pink angkoos? How about calling it The Flamingkoo? (After the pink flamingo?)

  2. Gorgeous! You didn't put them all together ar? Would look like jewels, I bet!

    Flamingkoo.. I was actually thinking of Flamenco when you mentioned it. Flaming red and all.. 😀

  3. These looks so beautiful! I agree with Jason – you can open a shop and sell them. I really like that you have managed to use natural ingredients to give the angkoos such vibrant colors.

  4. hee hee, there's also blue angkoos – bunga telang ones! Try marbling them also so they can give you dual colours.

    Sorry, I was so busy yesterday to get some angkoos for you. *Wails!!* I am sure I am missing out big time.

  5. LFB: U r my Chief GP, hehe! And u r a genius – i luv yr "flamingkoo"! If ever Proj Angkoo takes off, Flamingkoo will be a tribute to u 😉

  6. gfad: Thanks! Those kuihs were made on different days, so some had bn consumed by the time the later batches were made, so couldnt put them all togeder lor. Ya, it wld hv bn a collection of colorful gems, hehe!

  7. Barefoot: Hi, thanks for dropping by! Yeah, it's amazing that natural ingredients can give so much colour, better than artificial colouring any time!

  8. Boo: U just read my mind on all counts! I was talking to Marian abt the bunga telang & how difficult it is to get those – blue angkoos r on my list! AND my next experiment wil be on doing multi-colors & patterning them ~ ws thinking abt this last wkend, hehe! So exciting!

  9. Oh wow! You're on an Angkoo quest! Can't really call the "Ang"any more right? Haha

    So when's your tortoise cake business gonna start? I'm already marking down what I wanna buy already – namely the orange and black one. The look awesome.

    How about trying savoury ones?

  10. Qwazy: Yeah, it's angkoo fever now, LOL! OK, i hear ya – u r an orange & black fan, hehe! The black ones really look like lil tortoises, don't they??
    Yeah, savoury fillings are in the plan 😉

  11. I love your angkoos. You have the true nyonya touch. So nice to have them in such different natural colours. Am still trying to find out where to get the bunga telang for you, for the blue ones. The ones with peanut filling were so delicious too. – Marian

  12. Marian: Thanks – glad u like them :) Blue angkoos wld be so cool looking! I'm trying out more different fillings!

  13. Oh my, indeed they are a beauty!
    U got the right shade of colour for each too!
    For 1st & 15th day of the chinese month, you'll set for biz!

    • Thank you, Winnie. Err…I’m not sure what an angkoo party is? Is it one where everybody is served just angkoo?! That will be quite boring, no? 😉

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