A bakery in Kuching, Sarawak is gaining attention for its gorgeous kek lapis mooncakes
On the outside, Ngui's mooncakes look like the typical ones with its baked or snow skins - but within, it contains a multitude of layers
"To produce the mooncake, I will bake the layered-cake first, and cut it with a custom-designed round cutter to be put inside the snow skin dough before shaping it with the mooncake moulds," the entrepreneur told The Borneo Post.
In one day, Ngui and her assistant bakes over 5,000 mooncakes, reported Bernama.
Ngui is offering 10 flavours for her snow skin mooncakes and 12 flavours for the baked skin
Ngui told SAYS that foodies living in West Malaysia can still place an order, but only for the baked skin mooncakes
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