For young hawker Elizabeth Chan, she presses ang ku kueh into shapes of teddy bears and koi fishes at Kueh Ho Jiak, using sweet potato to create adorable variants of the traditional treat. “We hope to pass down the heritage of kueh by appealing to the younger generation and making them more playful”, she shares. At the stall, you'll find colourful balls of ondeh ondeh ($3), rice kueh in a rare hue of orange ($3), and even ang ku kueh with unique fillings of cempedek ($2) and spicy shrimp ($2). Got a special celebration? Kueh Ho Jiak also does kueh dessert tables and other custom-shaped treats.
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