Hari Raya Festive Treats from PrimaDeli
Bring a celebratory close to the fasting period this Hari Raya with festive treats from PrimaDéli’s selection of well-loved Hari Raya delights. Celebrate with traditional and modern favourites such as cookies, butter cakes, kueh lapis and pineapple tarts, from PrimaDeli’s Hari Raya selection.
PrimaDéli’s selection of Hari Raya treats features modern interpretations of traditional recipes such as the Walnut Sugee Cookies ($18.80 per tin), which showcases walnuts to add a sweet, woody aroma to this melt-in-the-mouth classic favourite. The fragrant Orange Butter Cake ($8.80 per loaf, 340g) has also been given a fresh citrus twist. The zesty upgrade gives the cake’s buttery aroma the sweet fragrance of orange, making it the perfect spongy treat to end your meal with or to complement a cup of sweet tea.
The childhood classic, Golden Bahulu ($3.20 for 8 pieces), is also available, and can be enjoyed in two flavours – original or pandan. These soft spongy bites of cake are a great addition to your festivities and are certain to please both the young and old. Another traditional favourite in the Hari Raya selection are Fouram Cookies ($18.80 per tin). These crisp olive shaped confections are baked with vanilla, unsalted butter, and ground almonds then dusted with icing sugar to give it a sweet finish.
Also look out for PrimaDéli’s Pillow Pineapple Tarts ($18.80 per tin). These bite-sized golden delights are generously filled with sweet pineapple jam and encased in a crumbly golden crust. They come elegantly packed in gold tins making them perfect gifts.
From now till 17 July, enjoy the full range of Hari Raya goodies at PrimaDéli outlets nationwide. Citibank cardholders get an additional rebate off their purchases.
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