Badak Kubang Kuih
Badak Kubang kuih has a weird name and quite rare. When it is translated to English, badak kubang are literally translated to “hippo in a wallow”. Fret not, there is no actual hippo or mud involved in the making of this kuih. The kuih is very popular especially around the Chenor area as a snack or a dessert.
The kuih is made from the mixture of The name of this cake is a little weird, but it’s not something to worry about. The cake is named after the rhinoceros cake using a mixture of white glutinous flour and black glutinous flour. It also has sweet grated coconut filling. The kuihs are placed on top of the banana leaves and slathered with the sweet and salty coconut milk before they are steamed until cooked.
Image by: Suzita Herman