Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Puteri Ayu

又是一个睡不醒的早晨。
被妹妹的电话叫醒了。
一个早上就在讨论这个小蛋糕。
她最近生意很好,一直在做蛋糕和馃。
因为模不够叫我寄给她。
两个在perth住的人也要寄来寄去,可见我们真的各有个忙,而且忙得没时间见面。
还有就是她和我实在也离得太远了。
想要送去都懒惰;这一来一去的也要花上2小时。
作罢!还是有劳邮差吧!
我好像只做过一次这个小蛋糕。
查查看,还真的是两年多前的历史了(之前做的参考这里)。
其实我没有买过这个模。
是老公的大姐送给我的;而且一送就是72个。
后来住在这里的二姐在清理房子时,又把她的60个模(全新的)送了给我。
这么多的模我也没用,又转送给了一些喜欢烘焙的朋友。
我妹妹也有被送到,不过她说我只给她12个,不够。
爬上橱顶翻翻找找,把剩下的模给翻出来。
再到邮局寄给她,而且她还声明要快递。
哇!还真的够夸张的。
既然都拿下来这些模了,就索性做几个来吃吧。
就这样我的puteri ayu诞生了。
原本不是很喜欢的我,觉得其实这个蛋糕还蛮不错的。
开始喜欢它了;希望会常做。
食谱参考这里
Ingredients:
  • 100g plain flour, 1/4tsp baking powder
  • 2 eggs, 80g fine sugar, 1/2 tsp ovalette, 100ml coconut milk, food colouring (optional)
  • Topping: 1/2 cup fresh shredded coconut, pinch of salt1/2 tsp corn flour (Mix all and set aside)
Method:
  1. Brush the mould with oil and fill the mould with shredded coconut.Press down firmly.
  2. Beat sugar, eggs and ovalette until light and fluffy.
  3. Add in coconut milk and mix well.
  4. Add in flour by batches and mix till well combine, add in colouring. (I divided into 3 portion and add in 3 colours)
  5. Fill the mould with batter till full. 
  6. Steam over rapid boiling water for 12 mins.

32 comments:

  1. So pretty and cute and the bottom is a different colour!

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    1. phong hong, difficult to make in diff colours coz the mould is very small. Next time dare not try again. Stick to one color easier.

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  2. Jane~~
    ^^ 即使忙,姐妹感情同样非常要好!!!
    很美的小蛋糕呢~~~

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    1. sabrina, 都这么大了当然懂得珍惜姐妹情咯,难道还吵吵闹闹吗? 哈哈。。。

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  3. 两姐妹都这么厉害,进得厨房,出得厅堂~ ^^

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    1. vinnie,哈哈。。。暂时是进得厨房。那个出得厅堂还未必。不过我的妹妹就两者都可以。

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    3. Jane,我可以问你问题吗?

      ::如果做戚风蛋糕没有植物油,可以用margarine(融化成液体)代替吗?

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    4. Vinnie,我没有试过,但是应该没问题的。

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  4. 我看我也要移民来Perth做kuih卖了,可是我在Kuching。哈哈哈。。。。 但我的功夫还需要向你学习呢!

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  5. 哎哟, 不是什么生意啦,靠那个赚吃肯定饿死去。朋友叫到就帮帮忙。幸好有麻烦你去找那些模出来,不然那里会发觉这个糕其实真的很不错吃。还有加入不同色彩,好看!

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    1. 现在那些模又睡会去了。不懂要几时才会再做了。可能圣诞节派地可以考虑做这个。

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  6. 哈哈哈。。可爱的姐妹呢!。。想起就如我家五姐妹感情超好的。。三色小糕点,好漂亮噢!前几天我还做了回。

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    1. crystal, 5姐妹?哇哈!不简单哦。

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  7. I like your account of your relationship with your sis. You gals are so close ~ priceless!

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  8. Jane, so jealous of you, can sleep so well, I always have sleeping problem, like this morning, got up before 5am & I think I must have spent over an hour to get back to sleep again, now feeling tire!

    Hanoh, the base of your kuih is so colourful, very pretty!

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    1. jessie, i am sleeping beauty! haha... I can sleep all day long if no need to do anything. And I can sleep anywhere anyplace. Same as my mum.

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  9. The kuih look so nice...jealous you to have so many moulds to bake a variety of baking

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    1. stephanie, too many baking kids not a good sign. That means spend a lot and need storage place. I already cut down buying all this staff. If can substitute with others than i will just do it. Unless i knew i will use that mould or cake tin often than I will choose a good quality one so that it will last for life :)

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    2. Hi Jane,
      I see what you mean now. I should do it as the way you do too, I always like to buy those baking stuff but some just never been used after bought, and I have a small kitchen :(

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    3. stephanie, ya, i can understand. I love to shop too but sometimes really a waste of $ for buying things that only use once in a lifetime. My husband always said, if u have something that never use for a year that means u no need that thing and can just give away. He dont like too many staff in the house. Collect dust! haha...
      So, end up i also influenced by him lo.

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    1. Sonia, tak easy lei. Next time just do one color dah lah. Tak usah sibuk sibuk.

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  11. 加入不同色彩的Puteri Ayu, 真的很美。。:)

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    1. Karen , ya but too many works involved.

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  12. Hi Jane,
    Can we bring wooden mooncake mould to Australia? Because my mother will be coming to Brisbane next month, might ask her to bring for me. Glad to read your blog, learn many things here and enjoy reading your blog, feels so homey as i'm from Malacca too:) Wish you have a nice weekend!

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    1. May Cheong, Thanks. Ya u can bring in but have to declare.

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