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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Kueh Tutu


It wasn't easy just by finding the mould.Many places were out of stock.Asked my bestie mum if she knows anywhere will sell it,she said Ailin Bakery House might have.Mum and i went there the very next day,its a small shop with lot of moulds(from xxs to xxl,ha!) and baking ingredients.,price wise a little steep but what they have,most other baking shops doesn't have,so well.

I tried making the kueh the next day i bought the mould.And oh boy! The flour part itself is tedious enough.The sifting part,i almost gave up!Guess i need to start search for premix flour for kueh tutu!

I can't seem to find the recipe link but i will be posting a recipe shared by Evelyn.Its the same recipe that i am using.

Makes:
  • 12 pieces

You will need:

(A)
Flour:
2 cups rice flour
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
150ml hot water
Pandan leaves, cut into squares

(B)
Sweet coconut filling:
1/2 cup grated, skinless coconut
1/2 cup brown sugar

The Preparation & The Cooking:

  1. Prepare the coconut filling by heating a pan over medium heat and melt the brown sugar.Stir in the grated coconut and cook until the mixture is fairly dry,set aside.
  2. Dry roast rice flour with some pandan leaves for 1 minute. Remove from heat and leave to cool.
  3. Mix salt and sugar in the hot water and sprinkle over the roasted rice flour while using a fork to combine the liquid and flour until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
  4. Sift the mixture to get fine, sandy texture.
  5. Lightly grease a kueh tutu mould.
  6. Fill half the mould with flour.Top with 1 teaspoon of filling and cover with more flour. Place a clean muslin cloth over it.
  7. Place mould downwards on steamer tray,knock lightly to release the kueh from the mould.Repeat this step until the remaining flour and coconut filling have been used up.
  8. Steam for about 10 mintues.
  9. Remove from the steamer,place kueh on pandan leaves and serve hot.
Below is a video on how to make a Kueh Tutu.


Original recipe from:Kueh Tu Tu by Evelyn Poh.

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