3 types of bak kwa that you can make for festive snacking

(Clockwise from left) Mala beef bak kwa, Pork Bak Kwa, Chicken Bak Kwa. ST PHOTOS: HEDY KHOO
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SINGAPORE - Instead of queueing to buy bak kwa, why not try making your own? They make a heartfelt and tasty gift for loved ones even if celebrations are muted this year.

Get a beefy start to the Year of the Ox with your own homemade Mala Beef Bak Kwa. These slices with a spicy numbing kick are the best accompaniment for TV binge-watching if you are planning to hole up at home this festive season.

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