Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Pandan Kuih Bangkit

Recipe from 'Famous Cuisine' magazine cum cookbook.


3 egg yolk
125g caster sugar
150ml thick coconut milk
400g fried tapioca flour
pandan essence (add according to your own prefer)
few drops of green food colouring

Fried tapioca flour:
1. Heat up a wok.
2. Fry 1 packet (500g) of tapioca flour with few pieces of clean pandan leaves over low heat unitl fluffy (at least half an hour).
3. Dish out, dicard the pandan leaves and set aside to cool.
4. Keep it in an airtight container. (Prepare the flour two to three days ahead.)

Cookies dough:
1. Whisk egg yolk and sugar in a cake mixer until light and fluffy (pale yellow).
2. Add in the coconut milk slowly and whisk until well combined.
3. Add in the essence and colouring and mix well.
4. Sift the fried tapioca flour in a big mixing bowl.
5. Make a well in the centre and add in the coconut milk mixture slowly and mix until resemble crumbs.
6. Cover with a wet kitchen towel or plastic wrap.
7. Dust the mould with some fried tapioca flour.
8. Fill the mould with dough and press firmly.
9. Knock out the cookies and arrange it on a lined baking tray.
10.Baked in a preheated oven 170C for 15-18mins.
11.Cool it on a wire rack and store in an airtight containers.


Irene's Footprints said...

Hi Happy Flour
Did you use package coconut milk or ownself squeezed type? I made the white kueh bangkit yesterday...lots of work but is worth.
Is this dough easy to form?

I really used lots of strength to knead the dough. LOL

Wow you have many CNY cookies varieties...your family and relatives must be delighted and "you kou fu".

: )

Missy said...

U got nice looking cookies! But have to fry the flour days in advance dun think i've got time. :( anyway happy cny to u

Happy Flour said...

Hi Irene's Footprints,

I used freshly squeeze thick coconut milk. As long the flour can blend together to form a dough then it enough, do not have to knead for so time.

Thanks, but this year I baked lesser than the past. :P

Happy Flour said...

Hi Missy,

Thanks, this year you don't have time then next year lah. I also don't' have time to baked pineapple tart and kueh bolu. :(

zy said...

Hi happy flour

nice looking pandan kuih bangkit you have there =]. will kiv this recipe for next year. baked too much pineapple tarts this year...

happy cny 虎年行大运!

Jackie said...

hey, thanks for the recipe...is not easy to bake kuih bangkit :(
will give it a try after the CNY's craze is over :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Zy and Jackie,

Happy baking. :)