Thursday, October 18, 2012

Terengganu Kuih Tepung Bunga


Tepung Bunga is one of the traditional kuih from Terengganu. When translate it into English it become ' Flour Flower'.....the name is so cute, isn't it ?And it does look like cream puff...hehehe...

This Tepung Bunga has the crispy / crunchy skin, and chewy in the middle. I dusted some icing sugar on it for more umphh....and of course you can eat it without dusting the icing sugar too.

The recipe is from K.Nor ,  ;)

Ingredients:
1 1/2 cup glutinious flour
3/4 cup ( 180 ml) thick coconut milk 
1/2 tsp salt
2 eggs, but I use one only, it's enough. Slightly beat.
Oil for deep fry
Some icing sugar for dusting

Method:
Mix salt and glutinous flour.
Add in coconut milk, and knead to form a dough.
Divide into a small balls, about 18 -20 gm each, then flatten it with your palms.
Dip it into the eggs, and deep-fry in the hot oil , until golden brown.
Dish up and place it on paper towel.
Dust some icing sugar and serve.



 Knead to become a dough....


Divide into small dough about 20 gm each, the flatten it with your palms....

Deep fry in hot oil....it puff up and begin to crack.....

See the cracked? like flower?, I think this is why they have been called Tepung Bunga / Flour Flower

Chewy in the middle and crispy on the outer layer....yum yum...



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10 comments:

Phong Hong said...

Cindy, I am a bit shy to say that all the time I grow up in TGG I never tasted tepung bunga hee..hee..Maybe because this is more of a Malay kueh and my grandma mostly buy the kueh from my grandaunties. Good attempt, they turned out well. Quiet cute and puffy (phong-phong) :)

Jeannie Tay said...

Looks yummy, wish I could try some now, so hungry!

lena said...

terengganu cream puffs?hehe..like jeannie, i wish i can have some now! thanks for trying this out!

K.Nor said...

nice! thank u for trying the recipe :)

mui mui said...

Hi Cindy,
This looks really yummy with chewy centre and crispy at the outer layer.
Nice!
mui..^^

Anonymous said...

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My Little Space said...

This sounds pretty interesting. Deep fried with glutinous rice flour always gives wonderful result. Yours looks simply yummy.
Kristy

Rosita Vargas said...

Una delicia está de lujo,abrazos hugs,hugs.

Shannon @ JustAsDelish said...

This is really an interesting recipe that I wanna try, maybe try baking.. i hate the clean up after deep frying.. lol
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