Thursday, May 17, 2012

Apam Dot Dot / Steam Cupcake


We really enjoy this apam/steam cupcake, that I made this apam  3 times in 1 week....hahaha
It is so easy to make. I made this for my girls breakfast and of course, I didn't wake up early in the morning ;), but I made it earlier, the night before and ,it's still remain soft the next morning.

I got the recipe from here , I adjust a bit the ingredients and the method.

Remember to use medium to low fire to steam this cake,so you won't have a smiling cake...hahahha, it won't crack :P


Recipe Source: Hana's Family
Ingredients:
3 cold eggs--from fridge
275 gm flour( I used superfine flour)
220 gm caster sugar ( I used 170 gm)
150gm fresh milk
3 tsp baking powder
1 tsp ovalete
11/2 tsp vanilla extract
Some blueberry filling 
Some coloring




Method:( I didn't follow the owner's method
Heat up steamer.
Sieve flour and baking powder, set aside.
Beat eggs and sugar until fluffy and pale.
Add in vanilla and ovalete, baet till well mix.
Beat in milk, follow by sieved flour. Mix well.
Mix all the ingredients in a mixer bowl and whip with high speed for about 6-8 minutes.
Divide the batter into and drop some coloring of your choice.
Filled all the batter in piping bag. Different colors use different piping bags.
Press some batter onto the cupcakes liner.
Put some blueberry filling, and cover with some batter.
Lastly dot dot with colors batter.
Steam over MEDIUM LOW heat for about 10 minutes.

11 comments:

Reshmi said...

lovely
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Jeannie said...

Very pretty indeed! I would be staring at it too much to eat lol! really gorgeous!

Vivian Pang said...

Looks great! Kids definitely like them :)

Janine said...

if i'm a kid i'll definitely gobble a few up! so cute :D

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

well done, look really pretty !

shaz said...

that looks absolutely adorable! like cute pastel coloured toadstools. :) have a great weekend!

Dmarie said...

oh, how clever!

Phong Hong said...

These are soooooo....cute! Apam Dot Dot...cute name too. Someone gave me some of these apam quite some time ago and I liked it. I was wondering what is the name and also how to make those dots. Great that I found it here.

lena said...

so pretty! somehow reminds me of the polda dot skirts i used to have when i was a teenager!

Veronica @ Minty’sKitchen said...

What a clever idea and lovely apams too. Well done!

fatima aboothahir said...

tis looks delicious.........my kids will love it...........