Guys Who Bake: These 7 Singapore Home Bakers Are On A Roll

These local male bakers dish out scrumptious confectionery from their homes to yours.

By Michelle Tan      16 March 2021

Alan Travelling Foodie

Food and travel blogger as well as recipe author Alan Goh aka The Chubby Chef is also a self-proclaimed kueh slave, who offers a range of traditional Peranakan, Malay, and Chinese kueh, some of which are fast disappearing in modern times. In a bid to make them more appealing to younger folks, he creates some of them in various eye-catching hues like the lapis sagu rainbow, while sticking to traditional preparation methods.

He’s not taking personal orders at the moment, holding only flash sales during the Covid-19 period so you’ll have to follow his Instagram page to be able to get your hands on his covetable kuehs.

What to Try: For now, there’s only pretty much one thing to order from his flash sales: A tray with an assortment of kueh ($35, minimum order of two trays per person), which includes lapis sagu rainbow, kueh ko swee gula melaka, kueh salat pandan and abok abok sagu with gula melaka syrup. It’s on a “first to comment, first serve” basis, so fastest fingers first!

How to order: Leave a comment on his Flash Sale posts on Instagram.

Share your favourite home bakers with us at magnsman@sph.com.sg!


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