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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Mee Jian Kueh (Peanut Pancake)


This is another simple recipe that whoever loves this local hawker snack must try.(okay...its not so hawker now since we have JolliBean and Mr Bean.) I still prefer the hawker version,theirs just taste softer and nicer and most impt they have the coconut filling.Yum!! 

Edited:For my recent pancake, I did a little changes to the recipe to suit my personal taste.
I halved the recipe to make it thinner.(Pic is using full recipe.) i also added more sugar* for the batter and a pinch of salt*.

Serves:
4 decent size slices(Thick; 1/2 recipe for thin)

You will need:

(A)For the pancake
130g plain flour
1 small egg
160ml water
30g  sugar *40g
1/2 tsp yeast
1/2 tsp  bicarbonate of soda
*a pinch of salt

(B)For the filling (My version;Peanut) (Adjust amount according to preference)
You can use red bean paste/kaya as well.
Peanut powder
Sugar
Butter/Peanut Butter

The Preparation:
Mix (A) well and leave aside for 1 hour.
Mix (B).

The Cooking:
  1. Pour (A) into pan and smooth out to get an even thickness.
  2. Cover the lid and cook on low heat for 6-8mins.
  3. Remove pan from heat and transfer pancake to a plate.
  4. Spread (B) onto pancake.
  5. Fold into half, slice and serve.
 Tips:
  • I am using Ocher HappyCall Pan(1/2 recipe for thin pancake),a non stick pan can be used as well.
  • Shift pan around to get even shade.

Original recipe from:Pamela Loh

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