Saturday, March 10, 2012

Guest Post #4 ~ Kuih Spera

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I was so thrilled when I received Pepy’s invite to be her guest post late last year, however due to my tight schedule I was unable to fulfill my part of the bargain immediately.

3 months later and here I am…

Thank you Pepy for the invite and my big Thank you, hugs and kisses for being so patience and understanding…big hug

I invite you to Pepy's Indonesia Eats...to read the rest of my post (click here)
and while you are there... do check out her mouthwatering Indonesian cuisine...drooling

Enjoy ...




16 comments:

  1. Sedapnya.. I nak tiga boleh?

    Ps. Your son so kacak! ;)

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  2. Kuih spera and there rest are nostalgic! That looks so delish :)

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  3. Congratulations on the guest post dear, I'm heading right away to Pepy's space now :)

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  4. That looks lovely! Heading over to Pepy's blog.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  5. These patties look lovely ! that's what we call this.heading on to you post to read the rest.

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  6. Sherie,
    Nak lebih dari 3 pun boleh ...:D

    Kiran
    Thank you :D

    Love2CookMalaysia
    :D

    Rosa
    Thank you :)

    Love and other spices
    Thank you :D

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  7. Hi Lisa! Ohhh these look really delicious. I'm heading over to Pepy's blog now. :-)

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  8. That certainly does look yummy!!!! Thanks for the post! Will definitely look it up at Pepy's blog :)

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  9. Ohoooo your puff so kembong....klu I buat mesti pepeh je... Where i can get the recipe?

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  10. Nami
    Thank you :D

    The Innovative Baker!
    :D

    Fiza
    Terimakasih :D
    Follow this link
    http://indonesiaeats.com/kuih-spera-malaysian-curry-puff-coconut-filling/

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  11. i have no idea what kuih spera is so it's really enlightening to read and find out how to make it! and glad i headed down to pepy's cos i found another website to stalk ;p

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  12. Janine
    LOL... stalk-away JAnine ;P

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  13. Great post, Lisa!! I LOVE your old school food styling here with the metal cup and the brown paper bag. So simple and totally exuded the essence of the recipe. Another amazing recipe =)

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  14. Oh Lisa! These look just perfect! Heading over now..

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  15. Winston
    thank you... :D

    BAker Street
    :)

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  16. I like pepy's blog too. These look really inviting!

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