Sunday, September 12, 2010

Baked Nutty Fruity Mooncake





I didn't use any particular recipe for the filling. I bought some mixed nuts and fruits from the organic store. I simply toasted and chopped nuts(100g) and mixed with toasted melon seed(25g) and sesame(2tbsp), chopped mixed fruits(50g) and orange peel(10g) together. Mix honey(2tbsp), water(about 15g), salt(1/4tsp), sugar(1tbsp), oil(about 2 1/2tbsp) and cooked glutinous rice flour(about 25g) together. Pour the honey mixture into the dry ingredients and mix well. Cover and chill in the fridge for an hour then weigh 30g each and shape into balls(about 12 fillings) and it ready to use.

13 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

Perfectly baked! The shape and the letters atop didn't go away...that's a success!

PynnLee said...

nutty fruity so expensive
so this year did make
urs one looks delicious
so yummy ^^

MaryMoh said...

Beautiful moon cakes....nicer than the ones that I saw at a Chinese supermarket here yesterday. The red bean ones cost 90p per small piece!! I hope to make too....but looks challenging. I love these nuts ones. Thanks very much for sharing.

DG said...

You are Mooncake master! Everything is good and delicious :)

Esther said...

That's one of my favorite types of mooncake filling. thanks for sharing how to make it. I will make it one day when I have time and buy the molds. Your mooncakes look so pretty and yummy.

Kitchen Corner said...

I don't like this kind of mooncake last time. But don't know when I've start loving it. I find myself quite enjoy chewing it with every little bite with a cup of tea. That's nice! I don't have the passion to make it, so really admire your good job!

Anncoo said...

You're really creative. This sounds so healthy and yummy!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Angie, DG and Anncoo,

Thanks for your compliment. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Pynn Lee and Mary Moh,

Thanks, I agreed with both of you. It quite expensive to buy a nutty mooncakes so this year I made my own version of nutty fruity mooncake.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Ester,

Thanks for your nice words. :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kitchen Corner,

I also don't really fancy nutty mooncake. Two year ago, after I sample the nutty mooncake I began to fall in love with it. Like what you said, it quite enjoying chewing it with every little bite of nuts and accompany it with a cup of jasmine tea.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

you are so creative leh, the mooncake looks nice!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Jess,

Thanks for your nice words. :)