Betty Saw's Teatime Treats: Asian Favourites to Make and Bake
- About the Author
A collection of easy and doable recipes for cakes, cookies, pastries, breads and savoury treats from the Asian kitchen
- Features comforting Malaysian home-style dishes suitable for everyday cooking
- Includes a good mix of dishes from across the various cultures in Malaysia, from Chinese and Malay, to Peranakan and Indian
- Written with clear, user friendly instructions to ensure the recipes easy to follow
In Betty Saw’s Teatime Treats, the veteran chef and doyenne of Malaysian cooking shares a rich and varied collection of recipes for scrummy and delicious Asian-style treats.
With a wide range of sweet and savoury options from cakes, cookies, pastries, breads, snacks and even beverages, this teatime volume is the perfect companion for anyone looking to make teatime spectacular.
Written in Betty’s signature concise fashion, the recipes are easy to follow and will provide the necessary guidance for both new and experienced home cooks. Whip up delightful treats such as:
- pineapple upside-down cake
- pear cake
- rainbow wheels
- cashew nut butter cake
- pistachio shortbread
- sardine rolls
- savoury horns
- cheese and bacon scones
- steamed flower buns
- siew mai
- prawn balls
- kuih pie tee
and many, many more!
Betty Saw is a veteran chef informed by more than 30 years of experience. She is a well-loved and respected food consultant, as well as a household name in Malaysia, where she lives. Betty has appeared on a number of television programmes and is a prolific author of more than 15 cookbook titles, including Betty Saw’s Best Noodle Recipes, The Asian Fish Cookbook, Asian Retro Food, The Asian Tofu Cookbook, Cupcakes, Cookies and The Best of Malaysian Cooking.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 144
Year Published: 2023
Size: 255mm x 210mm