A Royal Feast in A Bowl

A Regal Plate – Sweet and Sticky Goodness. You don’t need to be royalty to feast like a king, because treats like Puding DiRaja (Royal Pudding), once reserved for royal banquets, are increasingly available to the public, thanks to entrepreneurs like Aidy Hayazi Adnan.

He learnt the recipe – consisting of pisang lemak manis (a small sweet banana), prunes, cherries, chasew nut and golden threads (made with egg yolk) drenched with custard – from his wife’s late grandmother, who made them for the palace in the 1050s and 1960s.

Its palate sweetness is balance with hints of tartness from prune, and there’s myriad textures –spongy, chewy, crispy and smooth in every bite.

Royal Pudding – Pahang’s Signature Dessert

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