Been searching high & low for red bean paste in the supermarket but unavailable...not choice but to subsitute with raisins instead :) While I was sifting the flour & green tea powder into the mixing bowl, then realise the flour already contained sugar! Therefore I omitted the sugar from the recipe..I filled the cups with batter almost to the rim and I've read somewhere to make the 'huat kueh' open nicely, use a greased knife to run over the surface! The result....all the 6 steamed cake really raised & opened very beautifully!
- 250gm steamed cake powder
- 10gm green tea powder
- 150ml water
- 100gm sugar* (omit this if cake powder already included sugar)
- raisins (optional)
- Sift steamed cake powder & green powder into a mixing bowl.
- Add in water & sugar* and beat with a electric whisk until smooth. Rest for 20mins.
- Spoon batter into lined muffin cups until almost full. Dip a knife in some oil. Cross-section the surface of each cup. (this will ensure the steamed cake will split nicely).
- Steamed over boiling water for 20mins.
Your fatt koh looks nice, never tried making this before. Didn't know that steamed cake powder is available commercially! Makes life so much easier!
This my first time seeing someone made fatt koh with green tea flavour. Looks nice and yummy :)
may i check what is steamed cake powder? is it the normal cake flour? thanks
just a suggestion - if you are not going to use a lot of cooked red beans, you may consider to buy the red bean soup dessert, drink the soup and use the red bean for baking swiss roll, or your invented green tea with red bean huat kueh. as its time consuming to cook red bean...
Mary...no is not cake flour, is called 蒸发糕粉 which got other ingredients inside besides the flour.
Hey Peng can I know where did you get the pack of pre mix? Thanks!
I bought it from my neighbourhood shop, i bought the plain premix so that i can add my own flavourings.
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