Friday, May 11, 2012

Peanut Santan Layer Kuih


This recipe is from Famous Cuisine magazine with slightly changed.

Ingredients:
(A)
200 gm grounded peanut
60 gm rice flour
80 gm tapioca flour
10 gm sago flour/powder
200 ml thick coconut milk
120 gm caster sugar ( I used 90 gm only)
400 ml water

(B)
60 gm rice flour
80 gm tapioca flour
10 gm sago flour/powder
200 ml thick coconut milk
120 gm caster sugar ( I used 90 gm only)
200 ml water
1/2 tsp salt

Method:
Combine ingredients (A) and (B) separately, strain well.
Prepare 8 inches round tin, line with plastic or banana leaf.
I used 7 inch square tin, lined with aluminium foil.
Spoon batters in tin on sequence by different color at about 150 ml each layer.
I forgot the volume of each layer, but you can divided the ground peanut batter into 5 layers, and white color into 4 layers.Then you can get 9 layers.Start and end steaming with the ground peanut layer.
Steam each layer for 3-4 minutes over medium heat.
For the final layer , steam over medium heat for further 20 minutes.
Remove from the heat and leave it completely cool.
Cut and serve.


9 comments:

Spice up the Curry said...

this is looking fantastic

Suparna said...

super moist and yummy

Jeannie Tay said...

This is a very unique flavored layer kuih. First time seeing peanuts in this kind of kuih. Must be delicious huh!

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

Indulgent!
peanuts and santan! Yum yum!

freerangegirl said...

This looks really interesting - I'd love to try it!

Reshmi said...

This one looks so beautiful.. first time at your space.. gladly following.. do visit my space Noel collections at your spare time

lena said...

beautiful and neat layers!! i havent seen this kuih before, must be so aromatic too! YOu're really good in making kuihs too, i see all your kuihs are so well made!

Amelia said...

Hi yummyliittlecook, thanks for sharing, this kuih look really good.

Have a nice weekend.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

This is old fashion kuih, i enjoyed when i was young, nowadays seldom see this type of kuih. I must try this one day.