Sunday, January 12, 2014

Kuih Bangkit




 


Recipe adapted from Amy Beh's Kuih Bangkit

Ingredients:
200g cooked tapioca flour
3 pandan leaves
80g caster sugar
20g egg yolk (1)
85g coconut cream
8g butter, softened
  • Pan fry tapioca flour together with pandan leaves over medium fire until light and dry (about 20 minutes).  Sift and set aside.
  • Whisk egg yolks and sugar and butter until light and creamy and sugar dissolves.  Sift in tapioca flour and mix to combine.
  • Gradually add in coconut cream, a little at a time and knead until dough is pliable and doesn't stick to your hands. Wrap dough in clingwrap and set aside for 30 minutes.
  • Preheat oven to 170 deg C.
  • Dust the mould with some cooked tapioca flour and press a small piece of dough into the mould and slice of the excess dough with a knife.  Knock out the cookies and place them onto a baking tray lined with baking paper.
  • Bake cookies for about 20 - 25 minutes.
  • Cool cookies completely before storing in an air tight container.


 

I'm submitting this post to the Bake Along event hosted by
 Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids, Joyce of Kitchen Flavours and Lena of Frozen Wings
and the theme is 'Chinese New Year Cookies'

10 comments:

  1. These look almost too cute to eat, Veronica.

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  2. Hi Veronica,
    What a coincidence, I just made kuih bangkit too but I wasnt very pleased with the outcome hence I'm gonna try it again next week. Who knows, one more try, makes perfect.

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    1. Good luck Mel and looking forward to see your kuih bangkit soon.

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  3. Hi Veronica, I tried this recipe long ago but can't remember whether is good. But I love your KB mold. Haven't seen this before.

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  4. Very dainty, love them in these traditional designs :)

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  5. Veronica, your kuih bangkit look very nice la! Keep the recipe first. Try to bake once i free. Thanks for sharing .

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  6. HI Veronica, love your kuih bangkit mould. your kuih bangkit look so crispy. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Lovely kuih bangkit! Looks cute! And good to eat!
    Thanks for linking!

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  8. seeing those kuih bangkit with animal prints give a very nostalgic feeling. They are very pretty, hopefully when i make them, they will turn out as pretty as yours :) thx for sharing it with bake along !

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  9. Hi Veronica,

    Love your traditional-looking kueh bangkit and KB birdie mould... very nice!!!

    Zoe

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