Thursday, June 20, 2013

Kuih Bahulu (烘传统鸡蛋糕)

一时心血来潮,烘了这个传统鸡蛋糕。
其实,也是为了完成新年时未完成的小心愿。
当时,实在是有太多想要做的年饼了。。。哈哈!
虽然已过了大半年,但是有心不怕迟嘛,对不?

I had a sudden urge to bake this Kuih Bahulu. This is supposed on my last CNY baking list but I failed to make it at last minute. Since Kuih Bahulu is Malaysian's all time favourite kuih, not only for CNY,  so it's never too late to share...Hope you like it :)
These Kuih Bahulu are crispy outside with a wonderful soft texture inside and best served freshly baked. They will become hard after cooled down. As suggested by Jessie heat up these little cakes in microwave for few seconds, they will become soft again。
新鲜出炉的小鸡蛋糕,外脆内软,非常美味可口。冷却后,会变硬。放进微波炉5-6 秒,可以让蛋糕重新回软(Jessie 提议)。
This fish mould made a lovely Kuih Bahulu.
用来制作可爱小鱼儿的模型。
Kuih Bahulu (烘传鸡蛋糕)
(Recipe adapted from Jessie-Cooking Moments & Butter, Flour & Me who use recipe from 《最想吃的街坊美食》)
Makes about : 42 

Ingredients :
4 eggs
150g sugar
150g plain flour
1tsp baking powder

Method :
  1. Preheat oven at 200C.
  2. Beat egg and sugar until ribbon stage.
  3. In a sperate bowl, mix flour and baking powder together. Add in flour in (2) slowly and mix until well-combined.
  4. Heat up the kuih mould in the oven for a minute or less, remove, oil properly, then use a spoon to fill up the mould with batter slowly up to 70-80% full.
  5. Bake for 10-15 minutes or until light golden.
  6. Use a tooth pick to remove the cake and cool on a wire rack.
  7. Repeat until all the batter is used.
Enjoy!

48 comments:

  1. 请问我是第一个吗?哈哈哈~
    麻烦打包1包来。 (够贪心!)

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    1. 第一个来报到,免费多送一包!哈哈 :)

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  2. 我要吃鱼的,哈哈
    好久没做这个了~~

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    1. 老师,对不起!现在只能请你吃“金鱼”鸡蛋糕。等我找到鲸鱼模型,再做“鲸鱼”鸡蛋糕请你!哈哈!

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  3. I miss those 小鸡蛋糕 too! The mould is so adorable.

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    1. Angie, this fish bahulu mould looks cute but a bit difficult to clean after baking :)

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  4. 好吃的鸡蛋糕!
    今天我也来得早, 应该有得吃吧! 又吃又打包可以吗? 哈哈。。。

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    1. 上面那一篮是特别留给你的, 够意思了吧!哈哈!

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  5. 这个配kopi很在赞,我也要打包。。:)

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    1. 对呀,Bahulu 配kopi 或 milo 都很搭! :)

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  6. Oh my son loves kueh bahulu, i should learn to make these :)

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    1. I think kids love these little sponge cake :)

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  7. 我来迟了。。。还有的吃吗? :D

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    1. Ann,你是贵宾,一定留给你, 哈哈!

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  8. Lovely. Reminds me of my childhood anticipating Chinese New Year.

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  9. 传统鸡蛋糕,我也要,我孩子爱这个!

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    1. 香香脆脆,是小孩也是大人的最爱呀!:)

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  10. I love eating these, will buy a big tub whenever I have the cravings for it, it's quite easily available now! Yours look so well baked and golden!

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    1. Thank you, Jeannie. Hope your family will love these kueh!!! :)

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  11. 好漂亮的传统鸡蛋糕,你做的很好。
    这个模型买了,就做过一次而已,看那天有"木"也想再试做

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    1. 水晶,有了模型就好办事了!等你开工咯! :)

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  12. 你的鸡蛋糕好漂亮呢,我好久没有吃这鸡蛋糕了,请我吃吧。 我家miser 病重了,只能来你家吃咯。

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    1. 哦,你家的mixer 生病了,带它看医生了吗?哈哈!
      我请你吃鸡蛋糕安抚一下心情 :)

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  13. Hi Esther
    Looks beautifully bake your bahulu.....if you are craving for anything it doesnt matter at any time you can make any dishes or delicacies to indulge in, right?

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    1. Exactly right, Mel. Let's enjoy ! :)

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  14. Hi Esther, These kuih bahulu looks fab! Love the fish shapes ones, look so cute . I was meaning to bake this for CNY too but don't have enough time. LOL Yours look so perfectly done! YUM! ;)

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    1. Kit, I miss Bahulu can't wait until next CNY,haha :)

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  15. Esther, your kuih bahulu turned out very well. Looks very pretty and cute!

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    1. Phong Hong, bahulu berinti kaya, what do you think? haha....

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  16. ya, never too late to make this nice kuih bahulu, nice to go over with a cup of Kopi O!

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    1. Sonia, your kopi O is ready, let's enjoy :)

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  17. Your kuih bahulu looks fabulous! Don't have to wait for CNY to enjoy these! Yum!

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    1. Yes, Joyce. This kuih is easy to make and we can enjoy it at anytime :)

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  18. 我也要吃鱼,这样才年年有余,哈哈哈!
    感觉在过年了!

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    1. Eileen, 我陪你一起提早过年,恭喜发财,年年有余!!!哈哈!

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  19. 对!不怕慢,只怕站。
    很诱人的kuih Bahulu 哦,
    我悄悄拿走几粒,回去慢慢滩,嘻。。。。。

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    1. Aunty Young, 如果不够吃,欢迎随时补货,哈哈!

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  20. Looks gorgeous, have to try it :)

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    1. Hi Muna, thank you for your lovely comment and stopping by! :)

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  21. they are absolutely gorgeous! such simple ingredients - I LOVE your molds - so pretty. have to have found your blog and follow!
    Mary x

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    1. Hi Mary,appreciate your comment and thank you for stopping by.
      Will visit you blog too :)

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  22. Such lovely little cakes!!
    Remind me of the 雞蛋仔 we used to have when we were little!!
    Yours look so yummy and adorable ~

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    1. Jane, thank you for your lovely comment :)

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  23. So delicious and heartwarming. Love your work! this reminds me of my grandma's cooking

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  24. i hv not made these before..and i am also not too sure whether i hv eaten them before ...even if i had, it must b during schooldays..:) they look so pretty here!

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  25. Hi..i notice that your plain flour did not fry before add to the egg mixture. I got another recipe ask to do this step is because to maintain crispy when cool. What is opinion? If can skip this step will more easy to make:)

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