If you were born in the 70s or 80s or earlier and you happened to visit local coffee shop (kopitiam) in Malaysia, you'll probably had seen this before. Of course not the flower shape that I made, they used to be in rectangular shape.
This is the toast that we used to call it 'Roti Kok', unlike the toast that we can get from Toast Box or Yakun in Singapore, these toast has a layer of butter/ margarine with generous amount of coarse sugar on top and toasted until it's crunchy! Taste superb with a cup of hot coffee ;)
Bread (cut into desired shapes) 面包
Butter (softened, or use Planta/ magarine if you like it taste exactly like those in the old coffee shop) 牛油
Coarse Sugar 粗糖
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1. Spread a layer of butter on the bread.
2. Sprinkle generous amount of sugar on top.
3. Bake in a preheated oven 150'C (with fan) for 25-30 minutes. Baking time may be vary due to the size and thickness of the bread, do adjust accordingly.