Yvette loves this. I got to know when we visited my grandma last Labour Day together with my sis and my third uncle family. My aunt brought this and we decided to let Yvette try as Chwee Kueh (of course without the radish toppings) is made of rice flour.
And the verdict is; Yvette loves it so much.
I brought some for her today. I let her eat 1 ½ pieces. She finished them all.
I did a Google search on the recipes, and realised there are some (½ teaspoon) salt element. But I guess it should be fine as Yvette is turning one and the ½ teaspoon salt is really min. So mummies, if you want to let your baby try and worry about the salt, let them try much later like 11mths or 12 mths old.
Coming back to the recipes, it is not that easy to make them. I thought it won’t be so difficult but after reading how to make them, it takes a lot of effort. I am not sure I will cook my own Chwee Kueh one day but it is good to have recipes on hand for easy reference in the future.
Recipes from various blogs:
Every moment of icyelite’s life (This is the easiest recipes to follow)