Classic Ondeh Ondeh Cake

Ondeh Ondeh cake is a dessert dish that originated in Southeast Asia, specifically in the countries of Singapore and Malaysia. It is named after the traditional Malay dessert, Ondeh Ondeh, which is a round, green-colored glutinous rice ball filled with melted palm sugar and coated in grated coconut. The cake version typically involves a spongy cake that is flavored with pandan extract and filled with gula melaka (palm sugar) syrup. It is often covered in shredded coconut and served in slices. The syrup inside the cake creates a burst of sweet, sticky, and fragrant flavor in every bite.


Cakes comes with free plastic knife and one candle.

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Category: gourmet

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