Purple Sweet Potato Ang Ku Kueh
My very first attempt of Ang Ku Kueh making :D Not in traditional red colour but purple instead! My girl don't fancy this particular snack, just because purple is her favourite colour, she actually ate quite a few! I'm so delighted to see that this Ang Ku Kueh turned out so beautiful! steame mung beans and mashed with sugar to form as filling Roll the dough and filling into small balls Before steaming After steaming Recipe ref : nasilemaklover Filling Ingredient 250gm mung beans 140gm sugar…
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香蕉软糕 Steamed banana soft cake
When we were young, there aren't so many fanciful snacks like now. I remembered my family used to buy 香蕉软糕 for us to snack on. You see, during my childhood, I lived a stone throw away from a reputable biscuit shop. It was very convenient for us to cross the road and pick a few items from there. I believe this shop still exist and is located near China Square. I seriously don't know why it is named so, as it doesn't use any banana at all but I reckoned that in the olden days, they used banana…
Easy Ang Ku Kueh with Mung Bean Paste (Tortoise Kueh) - Natural Colors
Learn how to make traditional ang ku kueh filled with homemade mung bean paste. This recipe is easy yet it gives you that soft yet chewy texture. Ang ku kueh is made with natural coloring from beetroot juice and pandan juice.
Angku Kuih Recipe Revisited ( 红龟糕-花生馅） - Guai Shu Shu
Updated post on 5-May 2016 To share a new recipe of using purely glutinous rice recipe. There are a small minority of the members commented that the angku kuih crust using half sweet potatoes puree is not chewy enough. Yes this the recent new recipe that root puree was added to “enhance” the texture and […]
Chinese Traditional Glutinous Rice Rolled Cake (软糕，老妈糕， 老嫲糕, 香蕉糕） - Guai Shu Shu
INTRODUCTION Every year after moon cake festival, this cake will start to appear in Facebook. The reason is simple because many family have leftover Gao Fen (糕粉） or cooked glutinous rice flour from the preparation of snow skin moon cake. Yes, traditionally, this cake was prepared using gao fen without the need to steam. I […]
An Auspicious Chinese Steamed Cake–Red Tortoise Steamed Cake, Angku Kuih （红龟粿）
UPDATED POST ON 2-12-2014 Have decided to update this post with another less common filling – Yam paste filling. It is a type of filling that bring fond memories and angku kuih with this filling is…