Sunday, April 10, 2016


Kuih Bingka Nangka Recipe @

A traditional recipe that doesn't use any leavening agent at all and butter free. Traditional kuih  or bite size dessert/snack normally are  baked, steamed or deep fried. These are made from rice flour, glutinous rice four, tapioca flour, mung bean or plain flour.

Another important ingredient was coconut.   Most old school recipes use coconut milk since we grow our own coconut near our house those days.

Kuih Bingka Nangka or Baked Jack Fruit Cake was quick and simple to make.   You can even throw everything in a blender and it is ready to be baked.

Used evaporated milk instead of coconut milk because am running short of coconut milk.  Some recipes require you to dilute the milk with water, but prefer to add undiluted in order to get creamier  taste. .

You must leave Kuih Bingka Nangka to cool for 1-2 hours before slicing to get that perfect finish. My family enjoyed it with a cup of  ginger tea.

Other traditional kuih you should try:

Abok Abok Sago

Kuih Bakar Kentang

Kuih Sago

Kuih Bingka Nangka Recipe @

Yield    One x 8 in  round cake

2 cups plain flour
1 cup white sugar
2 cup jack fruit chopped
2 1/2  cup  evaporated milk/coconut milk
1/2 tsp salt
3 eggs lightly beaten
yellow food coloring


Preheat oven @ 190 C and grease 8 in cake pan.

Sift flour into  a mixing bowl.

Beat together eggs, sugar, milk, salt and food coloring with a whisk.

Combine wet ingredients with flour,  stir until well incorporated. mix in jack fruit.

Spoon mixture into prepared pan.

Bake for  50-60  minutes until golden brown or until a skewer inserted comes out clean.

When completely cool, slice to serve.

Kuih Bingka Nangka Recipe @

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Raising Samuels said...

This looks and sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

Cecilia said...

This recipe sounds so great, and looks delicious. I think I will try it. Thanks for sharing.

Kushigalu said...

This is something new to me. The recipe sounds delicious and looks beautiful!

Rat said...

Looks like a pudding. :)

Beena said...

Tempting dish

Winnie said...

It's the first time I see such dessert :)
Reading the recipe - I'm pretty sure I'm gonna love it.

Katerina said...

How unusual! I am intrigued!

Teresa B said...

I'm not sure I can say pronounce that name correctly, but it sounds delicious: Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party! Pinned!

Teresa B said...

Que bonito! Gracias por compartirlo en la Really Crafty Link Party esta semana!

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe with us at Cooking & Crafting with J&J!

Jess said...

This sounds so delicious!

I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips and tricks:

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Shirley said...

Thanks for sharing your scrumptious recipe with us at the Merry Monday party! I'd love a piece with a cup of coffee!

Jeanne said...

Thanks for sharing your wonderful blog with us! Just stopping by from the #HomeMattersParty