Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Marble Jade Kuih/Cake

This marble jade kuih/cake is so easy to make.
If you keep it in room temperature, it's taste like 9 layer kuih/cake, but, if you keep it in fridge, it taste like jelly.So nice, we instantly finished half of the cake...lol

Ingredients:
(A)
100 gm Green Pea Starch
1050 ml water
240 gm caster sugar
2 tsp pandan juice , blend 3 pieces of pandan leaves with some water.
Green colouring, add to your liking.

(B)
50 gm Green Pea Starch
250 ml coconut milk
370 ml water
80 gm caster sugar
1/4 tsp salt

Method:
Prepare a 9 " tray.
Combine all the ingredients (A), sieve and pour it into a pot.
Cook over medium heat , keep stirring, until the mixture boils and becomes thick.
Pour it into a 9 " tray, set a side.
Combine all the ingredients (B), sieve and pour it into a pot.
Cook over medium heat , keep stirring, until the mixture boils and becomes thick.
Use a spoon, swirl in the (B) mixture into the green mixture.
Leave it to cool,  or keep it in the fridge. Cut and serve.
 Cook the (A) ingredients, till thick.
 Cook the (B) ingredients, till thick.
Swirl in the (B) mixture into (A) mixture.
Let it cool.
Green Pea Starch

21 comments:

Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

The marble effect is very pretty!

My Little Space said...

Yes, this is a very delicious kuih. Bookmarked it for later use. thanks for sharing & have a lovely evening.
Kristy

Jeannie said...

I love this beautiful kuih:) so nice!

Tina (PinayInTexas) said...

Sounds like a wonderful dessert! Love the color!

Santosh Bangar said...

iteresting &inviting dish

Deliah's Deli said...

i have this for b'fast sometimes :) simple and light :) lovely!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Yawoh.. it's really easy.
Thanks for sharing

Janine said...

i like the marble effect too! i think it looks different from the normal layered cakes - very interesting!

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Beautiful marble effect! Love it that we can enjoy it either as kueh or jelly! ;)

lena said...

this looks like the pandan kuih that i made long time ago..like a kuih and like a jelly when it's cold.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Never eat this kuih before , sound easy and good

Nava Krishnan said...

must try for me since I have pandan leaves growing abundantly in my garden, looks so tempting.

Nava Krishnan said...

delicious looking, thumbs up for your creative way of making it.

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Quay Po Cooks said...

The pandan gives this kueh a very nice shade of green and the mixture B swirl enhance the look further. I would love to taste this kueh so what do I do? Make it myself following your recipe or can I come your house and have a piece when you make it again?

Shu Han said...

wow I really like the effect of the marbling. really looks like fei cui, can totally imagine this being served up in a posh chinese restaurant also! it's also so smart because usually kuihs are in 2 layers and hence so fussy to make, and you've just shortened the whole process!

Dmarie said...

soo pretty!!

Cooking Gallery said...

This looks great! I love sticky, chewy kuih :D)!!

Cheah said...

This kuih is extraordinary, looks lovely with the swirls.

azizah@cutemamadelicacies said...

Dear.. beside green bean starch..is there any other flour to replace it. Couldnt get the flour here.. thanks

yummylittlecooks said...

Hi Azizah,
Maybe you can try hoen kwee flour.