Friday, September 16, 2011

香兰烤蛋糕 (Kuih Bakar Pandan)

这是我一直想做的马来糕。以前同事常常买给我吃。
好想念这个糕,可惜没有模具。
那天和朋友们午餐时谈起这kuih bakar;
同样是大马人,可是他们都没吃过呐。
难道这不是一种普遍的糕点吗?
今天用了My Kitchen Snippets 的食谱,觉得简单又容易。
最重要是好吃。
啊。。。。!终于解馋了。

材料:
  • 1 杯糖,  2杯面粉,1杯班兰叶汁(6片香兰叶+1杯水,搅打成汁,过滤,备用),3个蛋, 450ml椰浆, 2大匙溶化牛油,盐少许, 数滴青色素, 芝麻适量
做法:
  1. 预热烤箱180度。把烤盘涂上牛油备用。
  2. 把所有材料除油以外,放入搅拌机内,搅打均匀。
  3. 取出面糊,加入溶化牛油拌匀。
  4. 把面糊倒入模内,撒上芝麻,烘烤约45 至1小时。(我用鸡蛋糕小模,只20分钟)。
Ingredients :
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 2 cups of flour
  • 1 cup of pandan juice (6 pandan leaves + 1 cup of water - blended)
  • 2 1/4 (450ml) cups of coconut milk
  • 3 large eggs
  • 2 tbsp of melted butter
  • pinch of salt
  • few drops of green food coloring
  • 1 tbsp of sesame seeds (optional)
Method:
  1. Pre-heat oven to 180C and greased a baking pan ( I used bahulu mould)
  2. Mix all the above ingredients except oil and sesame seeds until well combined. (I put in blender to mix).
  3. Add in oil and mix well.
  4. Pour mixture into baking pan and sprinkle with some sesame seeds and bake until golden brown or skewer comes out clean when tested. It should take an hour.
  5. Cool it down before cutting.

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for trying this kuih out. I love the way you bake it in a small moulds. My hubby normally don't eat our Malaysian Kuihs but he likes this one.

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  2. 这个模型很美,我也没吃过这种马来糕。等有空一定会试试看:)

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  3. I like the mould you use for this kuih... look so pretty!

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  4. 我的饭桃还没做成,先来吃你的小蛋糕。
    这个我吃过,这里的有些马来摊位有卖。喜欢你的模,这是鸡蛋糕的模对吗?

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  5. 很漂亮的小糕点
    照片也拍得很美^^

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  6. kawan,这个是我妈妈最~~最爱的糕,只要她看到一定买来解馋。

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  7. Interesting kueh. I always learn about more and new kueh from you!::)

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  8. 有这种kuih么?为什么我跟你同住几十年都没有吃过的。你是不是好吃到把它们通通吃完没有剩给我。kuih 的模很美叻。以后借给我ok。

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  10. Icook4fun, tq for ur great recipe. Just love it. And thanks for visiting me here.

    Ann, quay po, is bohulu mould. Seems like suit this Kuih.

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  11. Yum yum! Is there anything you can't bake?

    Love the photos.

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  12. Jane, want to check with you, regarding your English and Chinese recipe for this...

    In Chinese, you put 盐少许 / In English, you put few drops of green food coloring

    So which one is correct? :)

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