Rose’s Kitchen

Kueh Bingka Telor


6 eggs

250g sugar

180 plain flour

840ml thick coconut milk

1 tsp vanilla essence

a pinch of salt

few drops of yellowing colouring

1/2 tbsp cool melted butter


1.  Mix eggs with sugar and stir for few minutes.  Add in sieved flour, cool melted buter, salt and vanilla essence and mix well.

2.  Mix in coconut milk, a little at a time, stirring until mixture is smooth.  Add a few drops of yellow colouring and strain the mixture.

3.  Grease and line a 9″x9″ square baking tin with greaseproof paper.

4.  Pour mixture into preheated tin and bake in a moderate oven at 180 deg C for about 1 hour.  Lower temperature to finish baking.

January 27, 2007 - Posted by | Nonya Kueh


  1. Dear Rose,

    I will try this recipe over the weekends. I live in the United States, so it is rather difficult to find the right asian cooking ingredients at where I live. I want to use canned coconut milk, do you think it will be thick enough to make this Kueh? Thank you.

    Claudia Goh

    Comment by Claudia Goh | February 7, 2008 | Reply

  2. Dear Auntie Rose, I hope you don’t mind me putting the recipe in my blog. I would try the recipe specially for my granny. My late mom used to bake kuih bengkang (kuih bingka) and her bengkang is very delicious. Unfortunately, I only used to help her but never took the recipe.

    Comment by Hijau | October 14, 2008 | Reply

  3. Hi Rose, Thanks for all your receips. I really enjoyed it and I will try b/c. now I am retired. GOD BLESS YOU. Helen

    Comment by Helen Chung | February 7, 2010 | Reply

  4. Hi Rose, I tried making this recipe last year and it turned out quite nice. Tasted like custard. :)

    Thanks alot for posting your recipes and I’ll definitely try out more. In fact, I’ll be trying the kuih lapis one tomorrow!

    Comment by Angela | February 13, 2010 | Reply

  5. Dear Rose,

    I have found your website thank you for your information my mom will try this recepie
    thank you and god bless you

    Respectively yours,

    Comment by Samuel John P. Nebria | April 19, 2011 | Reply


    Comment by rosaires | December 6, 2011 | Reply

  7. hi Rose,
    what is the height of the pan do u usually used for all your kueh receipt? Is it a 2″ or 3″ height?

    Comment by ad | April 25, 2012 | Reply

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