270g of Fried Peanut
180g of Icing Sugar
380g of Plain Flour
50g of Peanut Butter
250ml of Peanut Oil
Step 1. Mix peanut powder, icing sugar, flour and peanut butter together. Knead evenly using both hands.
Step 2. Add peanut oil into the dough and continue to knead until the whole dough is covered in a layer of oil.
Step 3. Divide the dough into small portion of 7-9g. Then, roll them into a ball and arrange them on a baking tray. Next, make a hole on the top and add some egg yolk in.
Step 4. Pre heat an oven for a couple of minutes. Then, place the tray of peanut cakes in and bake for 15-25 minutes. The peanut cakes are ready to eat when the oven is finished baking.
2.Pandan Kuih Bangkit
500g of Tapioca flour
100g of Corn flour 100g
6 Pandan leaves (cut into sections)
3 Egg Yolks
180g Fine Sugar
250g of Thick Coconut Milk
Step 1. Prepare a mix of tapioca flour, corn flour and pandan leaves in a pot. Next, fry them over medium flame for about 20-25 minutes until they are dried.
Step 2. Place the fried noodles and pandan leaves togetherfor 5-7 days before using.
Step 3. Blend the egg yolks and the sugar together until they turn into a thick and light yellow batter. Next, Add thick coconut milk and mix well.
Step 4. Add the sieved powder into the batter. Then, blend them with a mixer until it becomes a soft dough.
Step 5. Dip the soft dough into the egg and sugar batter.
Step 6. Arrange the dipped soft dough on a baking tray that has been sprinkled with a little flour on top. Next, place the tray into a preheated oven and bake at 150 degrees for 20 minutes. The biscuits are ready to be eaten.
80g of Ovalette 80g
80g of Flour
1 teaspoon ofBaking Powder
150g of Caster sugar
Step 1. Beat eggs and sugar until they turn fluffy.
Step 2. Slowly add the baking powder. Then, stir evenly.
Step 3. Preheat the mould with a little oil. Next, fill the mould with the batter using piping bag until it is ¾ full.
Step 4. Bake the mould at 200 degrees for 10 minutes until the batter turns golden brown. Then, take the mould out.
Step 5. Use a toothpick to get out the baked cookie out of the mould. The kuih is ready to be eaten.
200g of Butter
100g of Icing Sugar
300g of Flour
Step 1. Beat butter and icing sugar until they turn into a soft batter.
Step 2. Beat the eggs in and add it to the butter batter early. Then, mix well.
Step 3. Sift in flour and add into batter.
Step 4. Pour the batter into a piping bag so you can easily form flower shape on a tray. Place the tray into a preheated oven and bake at 180 degrees for 10-15 minutes until the cookies turn golden brown. The cookies are now ready to be served.
250g of Butter
80g of Powdered Sugar
250g of Potato flour
100g of Flour
A moderate amount of Chocolate Beans
Step 1. Beat the butter and powdered sugar until the batter turns to lighter colour. Next, sift the powder.
Step 2. Pour the batter into a piping bag with a flour shape opening. Squeeze the batter on to a baking tray and decorate it with chocolate beans.
Step 3. Place the tray in a preheated oven and bake it at 170 degrees for 15 minutes. The cookie is ready to be served.