Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Mini Angku Kueh / Mini Red Tortoise Cakes

Mini Pink Angku Kuih

Last time, I made Purple Angkoo kueh with peanut filling.
This time I tried with mung beans filling.
I used mini mould  about 3.5 cm x 4 cm. With this mini mould, I got 85 pcs for this recipe.

Angku / red tortoise mould

Ingredients : For the filling , I got it from  Nasi Lemak Lover .
For Filling:
250 gm mung bean split
140 gm sugar
3 tbsp oil
Screwpine/ pandan leaves

Wash and soak the mung beans overnight or 4hrs.
Steam soaked mung beans with pandan leaves for 20 minutes or until soft.
Remove cooked beans and transfer to food processor.
Add sugar and oil, process till fine.
Weigh 7gm each and roll into balls.
Place in a container, and keep it in the fridge.

For skin:
60 gm rice flour
3 tbsp oil
200 gm water

Mix all the ingredients together and cook over low heat till becomes slightly thick. Set a side.
Angku kuih

Mix all the ingredients.

Angku Kuih

Cook over low heat , till slightly soft. Remove from fire and set a side.

100 gm white sweet potatoes
300 gm glutinous rice flour
2 tsp caster sugar
1/2 tsp salt
100 gm water
Few drops of red colouring

Method : 
Steam sweet potatoes for 15 minutes and mash it while still hot.
Add red colouring into the water, stir well.
In a kneading bowl, add glutinous flour, sugar and salt.
Add in mashed sweet potatoes and (A) batter ( I used it while still warm).
Mix well and slowly add water and knead it into a smooth ans soft dough.
Keep in refrigerator for about 2 hrs.
Take out from fridge, and weigh 9 gm each.

Please refer to the picture below on how to assemble.

Angku Kuih

Weight filling 7 gm and skin 9 gm.

Angku Kuih

Wrap up..

Angku Kuih

Place them into the dusted mould...dust the mould with glutinous rice flour, for it easy to come out

Angku Kuih

And press with your palms ....

Angku Kuih

Knock it out on the banana leaves....there you are.....aren't they look pretty?

Angku Kuih

Ready to steam....I should have shape the leaves into oval shape.....zzzzzzzz!

Angku Kuih

Brush some oil onto the angku kueh.
Steam over low for about 3-5 minutes.

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Mini angku kueh are ready to eat......yummm

Angku Kuih


joceline lyn said...

super mini akk... very cute!

Jeannie Tay said...

Look super soft and delicious! I love the pink!

Dayang Kaz said...

Really very nice your blog recipe.
all the best,good luck.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm Christine if the dough keep overnight is it ok

yummylittlecooks said...

Hi Christine ! I never tried before....but I think should be ok if store in airtight container to prevent the dough become drier and place them in fridge. :)