Saturday, November 23, 2013

Pandan Kuih Bingka Beras




Pandan Kuih Bingka Beras

Pandan Kuih Bingka Beras



Recipe from Annielicious Food with slight changes

Ingredients:

153g rice flour
42g mung bean flour
12g tapioca flour
500ml coconut milk
500ml water
140g caster sugar
pinch of salt
2 drops of pandan paste


  • Grease and line a 7" square pan.  Preheat oven to 220 deg C.
  • Mix all ingredients together and stir until sugar dissolves.  Strain mixture into a saucepan.
  • Place the saucepan under low heat.  Stir continuously until mixture begins to thickened.
  • Pour mixture into the prepared pan and bake for 40 minutes or until cooked.  Then place the kuih bengka under the grill for 5 minutes or until the top of the kuih turns dark brown.
  • Cool the kuih completely before cutting.



14 comments:

  1. Hi Veronica
    Wow....."Fei Chee Yuk" my favourite!!!!! My first time making this was when Im holidaying and visiting my mum. And now seeing yours makes me crave for it again. The dessert kuih stalls hardly sell this type of kuih, dont know...probably not popular here. I love to try this pandan flavour. Anymore left to belanja me one piece....hehehe.

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    1. Hi Mel I gave away half of my kuih to a friend and I still have a few pieces left. Unfortunately kuih is not laku in my house. Wish you were here.

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  2. Hi Veronica, I haven't had pandanus version of this kuih. Haven't have this since I was in primary school. We call this as 'fatty pork meat' in Cantonese.

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    1. Hi Jessie, I only knew this kuih as 肥猪肉 when I was a kid. Loved it but didn't understand why the name. Wonder if this kuih only exists in Malaysia.

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  3. Hi Veronica, I have just replied your comment.
    I have made this kueh bingka once and i love your kueh bingka's colour, yummy!

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  4. Hi Veronica, the purple coloured bingka is more commonly served during weddings. Yours look so lovely. I'll eat the top part first cos' it's so tasty and fragrant.

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    1. Hi Kimmy I have never seen purples I bingka before, so swa-gu of me, right? I can imagine the sweet purple colour ...

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  5. Your kuih looks so well made, soft, with just the right tint and lovely golden crust on top. Lovely!

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  6. Ooh I love this kuih! Thanks so much for the recipe Veronica, I've never made it before so it will be good to try a tried and tested recipe :D

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