Guess What I Made Tonight?
December 06th, 2006 19 Comments

Guess What I Made Tonight?

I was craving for them tonight but it was too late to buy them from the shops, so I ended up making everything from scratch (well, almost scratch).

Here are the hints:

  1. They are usually eaten in the morning or afternoon as a light snack.
  2. They are sweet and flaky.
  3. If you have the correct answer, I will email a dozen to you.

Do you want to guess what I made tonight? (The answer will be revealed tomorrow.)

P.S.: The picture has been intentionally distorted in Photoshop.

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19 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Ai-leen says:

    Roti Canai?

  2. BSG gang says:

    a new star is born

  3. Meiyen says:

    wow…i hope i know da answer and you would just courier them to me! :p

  4. teckiee says:

    Portugies egg tart?

  5. Chris says:

    I believe they are tarts…cheese tarts?

  6. Anonymous says:

    err…the ditorted pic makes me think of portuguese egg tart!!

  7. Ho Jiak says:

    It looks like doughnut, it may also be peanut wafer or could it be peanut cookies?:)

  8. bayi & ssk says:

    Yaw char kway?

  9. Hakka House says:

    Prata? It’s my husband’s favorite.

  10. Sofiah says:

    Cheese pretzels?

  11. Dr ve Thru says:

    Egg tarts. :)

  12. amiright says:


  13. simcooks says:

    Looks like a doughnut and I’d be most curious to see the prep method if it really is a doughnut!

  14. Doug Scott says:

    Is it a Apong?

  15. tigerfish says:

    cinnamon buns?

  16. Raymond says:

    You made an Indian kind of kuih (cake) that looks like earrings. My grandmother used to make them during festivals. They have a big loop and looks like a big round earring.

  17. tiptup says:

    ooo…. I agree. looks like portuguese egg tarts. yum yum

  18. Rasa Malaysia says:

    All – thanks for submitting the answer. It was really fun! :)

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