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My name is Eddie Tan and I started this blog as a progression from my YouTube Channel – Shiokman Eddie which was started on 4 September 2016. The videos posted are recipes that are tried and tested by me and my wife and filmed with iPhone and Android mobile phone cameras. It may not look very professional but I think they are of acceptable quality for viewers  to be able to understand the tutorials and to cook or bake the dishes and cakes that we have made.

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Thank you for visiting and hope you will try out some of my humble recipes.

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4 Comments

  1. Concerning your Kueh Lapis Sagu in a Bundt Pan, I followed instructions exactly (per grams and milliliters) and it seemed like the 480 grams (little over a pound) of tapioca flour was a LOT more than shown in the video. When I mixed the tapioca flour into coconut pandan liquid, my mixture was a large bowl of lumpy goo, not liquid enough to pour or anything!!! Perhaps the liquid must be allowed to cool which is not mentioned ANYWHERE in video or recipe instructions!!!!! I hope this was my problem, please let me know. Thanks

    1. I’m so sorry to hear that the recipe didn’t work out well for you. Others have tried and didn’t have the same problem. Recently someone just posted her kueh on my Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/shiokmaneddie/posts/1689726451060066
      I checked there is no error in the amount of tapioca flour stated in the recipe. In my video, I had already added some tapioca flour and only showed the second batch of tapioca flour (in order not to have too lengthy a video). Hence, the tapioca flour in the video appears to be lesser than 480 g.
      As you mentioned, you could cool down the coconut pandan liquid mixture before adding the tapioca flour. Thank you for your feedback. As an added precaution, I will include in the recipe to allow the coconut pandan liquid to cool before adding the flour, a little at a time.

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