Moist and zingy, with little crunches from the coconut and a slightly crumbly texture - if you love lemon cakes, you will love this and you'll have fun getting people trying to guess what the 'secret ingredient is'
Coconut ice and coconutcakes are not really like by the man of the house, however, I really enjoy them both and from time to time will make this cake as it sort of combines a deliciously moist coconutcake with an icing that is a bit like coconut ice
A request made by Ian sice he's craving for pandancake, one of his favorite cakes. The color was a little too pale, cos I omitted the green coloring and replaced with a tiny drop of pandan paste instead to enhance the flavour
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I also forgot to sprinkle the coconut on the cake and took a heap of photos then had to take more. The coconut plays more of a supporting role really, but I loved the texture of the flakes on the icing and the flavour combined with the lemon
CoconutPandanusJam/Pandan Kaya (香兰加耶酱）- Short cut method. For nonya style, pandan leaves were added. Most families will know how to prepare kaya or coconut jam… I believed most readers grow up with this breakfast spread on bread