Kuih Kosui Recipe

Kuih Kosui Recipe. Growing up in Penang where there is a strong Nyonya presence, Nyonya kuih is a sweet delicacy that would always have a …

Rating: 4.7/5(7)
Total Time: 6 hrs 30 mins
Category: Dessert Recipes
Calories: 336 per serving
1. To make the syrup, melt the sugar in water over low heat until the sugar dissolves. Set aside to cool.
2. Cut the Pandan leaves into small pieces. Combine the Pandan leaves and water in an electric blender. Blend for 1-2 minutes. Strain the Pandan juice through a fine sieve. Add the lye water into the Pandan juice. Set aside.
3. In another bowl, add the rice flour and tapioca flour. Slowly pour in the Pandan juice mixture while stirring it consistently until well blended. Add the syrup.
4. Cook the flour mixture on low fire until slightly thickened. Remove the mixture from heat and pour into little tea cups. Steam on high heat for 15 minutes. Take the Kuih Kosui out immediately.

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Full Recipe: https://bit.ly/2zCjDtjAn all time favourite kueh especially among the Peranakans (Nyonya) – Kueh Ko Swee (Kuih Kosui)Please support my eBook @Gu

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Kuih kosui or we write it as kue kosui among the Indo Chinese, is one of my favorite childhood kue basah (literally means wet cakes). It is known as kue lumpang in native …

Rating: 4.9/5(14)
Calories: 111 per serving
Category: Dessert, Snack
1. Bring water to a boil and let it cools down for 15 minutes so it should feel lukewarm after that. The warm water will stabilize the starch/flour and they won't separate when you steam, yet we don't want it to be hot boiling that it cooks the starch/flour into a dough
2. Steam the coconut with salt over high heat for 10 minutes. Remove and set aside
3. Bring water in the steamer to a boil and place the empty cups in the steamer and let them heat up for 5 minutes while you are preparing the batter. This step is also important to prevent the flour/starch from separating when you steam
4. Place all three types of flour in a mixing bowl. Add salt, sugar and stir to mix. Add the pandan juice (for pandan flavor) and add the lukewarm water. Stir into a smooth batter

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Prepare the steamer by boiling water at the lower part of the steamer. Blend 130 ml of water with the pandanus leaves over high speed until well blended. Sieve the mixture out and extract as much juice out of the pulp as possible. Mix in the alkaline water, sugar and salt. Add in all types of flour and starches and stir well.

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Instructions. Combine (B) in a saucepan and bring to a boil to dissolve the sugar. Strain the syrup and leave aside to cool for 10–15 minutes. Mix ingredients (A) in a mixing …

Cuisine: Malay, Malaysian, Nyonya
Total Time: 40 mins
Servings: 4
Calories: 2100 per serving
1. Combine (B) in a saucepan and bring to a boil to dissolve the sugar. Strain the syrup and leave aside to cool for 10–15 minutes.
2. Mix ingredients (A) in a mixing bowl. Add in cooled syrup and blend well to form a batter.
3. Cook the batter over a gentle heat until just slightly thick. Do not overcook until batter is too thick.
4. Spoon the cooked batter into small teacups till three-quarters full. Steam for about 10–12 minutes. Leave to cool completely.

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This kueh kosui recipe is not only the easiest to do but will result in a super wobbly kueh kosui which is a textural delight. The recipe was shared …

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Palm Sugar Rice Cake (Kuih Kosui) Homemade RecipeIngredients:130g Palm Sugar150ml Water2 Pandan leaves80g Rice Flour40g Tapioca Flour200ml Water½ teaspoon

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Using a small ladle, stir the flours-sugar mixture, ladled into the hot teacups. Cover the steamer and steam on high for 15 minutes. Allow the kuih/ steamed cakes to cool before removing rice cakes from the teacups. To remove rice cakes from teacups : use a thin knife, goes round the cup and gently ease it out. Repeat step 13 to 16.

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Cara-cara penyediaan resepi kuih kaswi bergoyang ini : #1: Daripada 5 cawan air , panaskan sekejap 2 cawan air untuk larutkan gula dan gula perang.Bila semua dah larut,tapis dan sejukkan. #2: Dalam bekas yang besar, masukkan air gula dan baki air tadi bersama dengan bahan -bahan yang lain.Kacau sebati dan barulah dimasukkan air kapur yang telah

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December 09, 2016. This is Kuih Kosui (Ko Swee) or also known as Kuih Lompang in Malaysia, is a popular afternoon snack. The cake is made from palm sugar syrup, coconut milk, rice flour, tapioca starch, wheat flour and grated coconut for coating. It's sweet, soft, chewy and goes really well with a cup of tea or coffee. YouTube.

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Strain the syrup. Mix both types of flour and water in a mixing bowl. Stir the syrup into the flour mixture. Add alkaline water. Cook the mixture over a gentle low heat into a …

Cuisine: Malaysian
Total Time: 40 mins
Category: Kuih
Calories: 2400 per serving
1. Bring gula melaka, brown sugar, water and pandan leaves to a boil to dissolve the sugars. Strain the syrup.
2. Mix both types of flour and water in a mixing bowl. Stir the syrup into the flour mixture. Add alkaline water. Cook the mixture over a gentle low heat into a slightly thickened batter.
3. Spoon batter into greased small chinese teacups. Steam over rapid boiling water for about 15 minutes.
4. Mix grated white coconut with salt and steam for four to five minutes. Remove and spread on a big plate to cool.

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It gives Kuih Kosui chewy texture and fragrance. ) 3 Bring 1/2 large pot of water to boil, turn to medium-low heat, sit stainless steel pot in hot water, cook mixture for about 1 to 1.5 minutes, until just slightly thickened. 4 Transfer mixture to measuring cup. Put steamer rack with small cups on steamer, pour mixture into the cups until 85% full.

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This Kuih Kosui is a very popular Asian snack and have been made by quite a number of bloggers recently. I also bookmarked this recipe

Rating: 5/5(1)

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It gives Kuih Kosui chewy texture and fragrance. ) 4 Bring 1/2 large pot of water to boil, turn to medium-low heat, sit stainless steel pot in hot water, cook mixture for about 1 to 1.5 minutes, until just slightly thickened. 5 Transfer mixture to measuring cup. Put steamer rack with small cups on steamer, pour mixture into the cups until 85% full.

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1/2 tsp salt. Method; 1. Combine all ingredients A and mix well. Mix in ingredients B into the flour mixture and strain. 2. Use low heat to cook the …

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Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

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Kuih Cangkir is the Sarawak version of Kuih Kosui/Kuih Keswi. It is always has 2 flavors combined, Screwpine (Pandan) and Palm Sugar (Gula Apong). These are steamed in tiny Chinese tea cups. You can opt to steam it in a round/square cake pan. You can choose to have both flavors or either one on its

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What is kuih kosui?

Kuih kosui is a saucer shaped rice cake flavored with pandan (screwpine leaves) juice. A lot of pandan is used to bring out the aroma of this kuih. A good kuih kosui is rich in pandan aroma and have a springy and soft texture. It is best eaten with freshly grated coconut. How Many Calories Per Serving? This recipe is only 336 calories per serving.

How to make pandan kuih kosui at home?

Soft, chewy, rich and flavourful, here is how you make Pandan Kuih Kosui at home. Step 1: Add all-purpose flour, tapioca flour, fine sugar and pandan juice in a bowl and mix well. Strain the mixture through a fine sieve to prevent any lumps. Step 2: Warm up the little teacups or bowl before adding the mixture.

How do you make kueh kosui with coconut?

Steam the grated coconut with pandan leaves for 10mins and add 1/2 tsp salt to it. This will help the coconut to keep longer. The shiokness of your kueh kosui is directly dependent on the quality of gula melaka you use. Try to get pure “gula jawa” from the market if you can.

What makes kuih koci so delicious?

What makes Kuih Koci delicious is the grated coconut sweetened with palm sugar. It is a popular snack among the Baba Nyonya of Penang, and is still widely available at stalls selling Nyonya kuih in most major markets in Penang, particularly in the morning.

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