Delight friends and family with an assortment of fresh snackables on offer.
Prima Deli’s laksa cookies ($18.80/tin), made with the same bestselling Prima taste laksa sauce mix, will spice things up. Otherwise, try their new Supreme pineapple tarts ($23.80/tin), made with Sarawak pineapples, or their usual range of Pillow ($18.80/tin), Fortune ($1.80 each) and cheese ($18.80/tin). Early birds (4-17 Jan), receive one free tin of pineapple tarts with every two Pillow or cheese varieties. http://www.primadeli.com
No time to fire up the oven? Bakerzin’s box of nine good luck cookie packs ($29.80, 8pcs/pack) has got you covered. What’s new: choco-nutty oat, Rosey Posie, perky citrus and peanut choc-chip with sea salt; what’s back: nutty cashew and mac-coconut. They’ve also got kueh lapis in vanilla and coffee ($26/48) or chocolate ($28/52). http://www.bakerzin.com
It’s a reunion of flavours with Dancing Chef Suki Sauce ($2.85). The condiment pairs well with meats and veggies, balancing spicy and sweet. D.I.Y. dipping sauce equations: fresh chillies + herbs & spices = special suki; lime + special suki = tangy suki; and so on.
Tiger Radler mandarin orange ($17.80, 6 x 323ml pack)’s mandarin orange juice adds punch (but with just 2% alcohol)– especially when paired with traditional treats like bak kwa, chilli crab and love letters. Yum seng!