Monday, October 26, 2015

Kuih Lompang Gula Melaka 椰糖椰丝碗粿

那天带妈妈去马六甲走走, 
也顺道带了很多椰糖回来。
香纯的椰糖让我迫不及待地想做这个糕点。
Kuih Lompang Gula Melaka 椰糖椰丝碗粿
Makes ~10 pcs 

70g rice flour
30g tapioca flour
90~112g Gula Melaka, chopped(depend on the sweetness of gula Melaka)
350ml water
1/4 tsp alkaline water
3pcs pandan leaves, knotted

50g freshly grated coconut
A pinch of salt

Method

  • Bring gula Melaka and water to boil over medium heat until sugar completely dissolved and become syrup. Set aside to cool.
  • Combine rice flour and tapioca flour in a mixing bowl, add in gula Melaka syrup and alkaline water, mix become batter, strain it.
  • Prepare a steamer, place tea cups or moulds (greased with cooking oil) inside, bring water to boil and pre-heat tea cups for few minutes.
  • Pour batter(stir the batter) into pre-heated tea cups about 90% full, steam over high heat for 15mins (mine at 25 mins). Remove and leave to completely cool.
  • In the same steamer, mix grated coconut and salt together, and steam for 5mins.
  • Once kuih are completely cool down, using a small plastic knife, run around the tea cup, remove kuih, and top with steamed grated coconut.
(Recipe adapted from Sonia)
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This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up ~ October 2015
Event Theme : Coconut
and hosted by Jess of Bakericious

18 comments:

  1. 喜欢喜欢!看到要流口水了 :D

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  2. 好香好香的糕点!
    我也想去逛逛古城叻, 下回再去时, 记得也要带我一起走走哦!嘻嘻。。

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    1. 古城是很好逛呀! 如果有你陪我, 那会逛的更疯狂吧! 哈哈!

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  3. Oh I'm late .... all these yummy snack is gone .... drooling!

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    1. Not late at all! Just in time, Karen 😊

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  4. 我也很爱吃这个kueh。我真的很想立刻就做kuih kosui哦!哈哈哈 想吃了。

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    1. 想吃就开工吧。。。我等吃咯! 嘻嘻!

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  5. They look so Q and delicious..I wish I could taste one!

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    1. Angie, i wish i could send you some too :)

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  6. looks nice, and I just got my colleague bot gula melaka from Malacca too heehee

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    1. Great Jess. The pure gula melaka is really tasty ya ;)

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  7. Hi Esther,

    It has been a long time since I had Kuih Lompang... Yours are so perfectly made and pretty!

    Zoe

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