Bahulu

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Baulu
Khairul Izwan Wedding @ Bukit Jelutong.jpg
A close-up to Kuih Bahulu.
Type Snack
Place of origin Malaysia
Created by Malay
Main ingredients Wheat flour, eggs, sugar, baking powder
  • Cookbook: Baulu
  •   Media: Baulu

bahulu atau baulu is a traditional Malay food that is usually very famous especially during the feast and the days of the crowd. However, this cake is currently available in supermarkets at any time due to the encouraging response.

In general, cakes are consisted of 3 types of cassava cake, cassava, plywood and roll liner. The coatings and rolls are quite scarce in the supermarket because they need to be ordered from traditional cake makers.,

How to create three types of cakes baulu is relatively simple and requires a simple recipe of eggs, flour, sugar and cooking oil / ghee

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