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The Sarawak layer cake is a layered cake, served in Sarawak, Malaysia on special occasions. In the Malay language, the cakes are known as kek lapis Sarawak ("kek lapis" means "layer cake"), or Kek lapis moden Sarawak. They are often baked for religious or cultural celebrations such as Aidil-Fitri, Christmas, Deepavali, birthdays and weddings.\r\nSarawak layer cake is exactly as the name says, a cake that has various layers. The layers are arranged in a way to create beautiful patterns with wonderful colours. The patterns can range from a simple one to a very complicated one.\r\nKeep Recipes. Capture memories. Be inspired. KeepRecipes is one spot for all your recipes and kitchen memories. Keep, cook, capture and share with your cookbook in the cloud.\r\nCelebrate Secret Recipe's Anniversary with Kek Mania! 🥳 🎁 🎊 🎉 Buy 3 slices of cake and get 1 FREE every Wednesday this October. Psst... there're 5 Wednesdays this month, so be sure to mark your calendars for all of them.\r\nModern Sarawakian layered cakes were introduced to the people of Sarawak from Indonesia officially around 1988. The Indonesian version has been known since the Dutch colonial era; its most famous varieties are the Lapis Legit, a spice-flavored multilayered cake, and Lapis Surabaya.\r\nSep 21, 2017- Explore drinahar's board "SARAWAK LAYER CAKES", followed by 437 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Kue lapis, Lapis legit and Layer cakes.\r\nSarawak layered cake with it elaborate pattern and variety of tasty flavour is not only popular among the local but also among visitors as gifts or for own consumption. The cake got its name from its multiple-layer taste and presentation, it must have at least two colours.\r\nSarawak’s infamous Layer Cake or better known as Kek Lapis Sarawak, is a traditional handcrafted layer cake which is uniquely a signature of Sarawak. Besides the good ol’ original flavor, Cakes Corner now present you with innovative flavors as well such as chocolate ...\r\nMy intern Siew Loon is back with yet another mouthwatering and decadent dessert recipe—Indonesia layer cake or kek lapis. This is not a Nyonya recipe but the exotic taste and inviting aroma of kek lapis is legendary and one of my favorites, and Siew Loon and I wanted to share it with you.\r\n