Sunday, 13 April 2014

香橙传统发糕 (Orange Huat Kueh)

我向来不吃发糕,也没想过亲自做发糕的一天。
这回安哥开口,要做给他心爱的妈妈。
为了爱屋及乌,安迪破天荒,动手蒸人生第一粒发糕;
献给在天国的慈祥婆婆。
I've never eaten Huat Kueh, and neither have I thought of making it. However, my husband asked me to make it for his beloved mother. So, for the first time in my life, I made this Orange Huat Kueh, a token of my love for my late mother-in-law.



找来The Kitchen 70's的食谱,贪它材料简单,做法容易。
I took this recipe from The Kitchen 70's due to its simplicity in both ingredients and steps.












香橙传统发糕 (Orange Huat Kueh)
食谱参考:The Kitchen 70's
稍作修改。

材料:........................................Ingredients :
细糖65g....................................castor sugar 65g
水80g........................................water 80g
香橙精华液 1/2 茶匙..............orange paste 1/2 tsp
低筋粉80g..................................cake flour80g
粘米粉20g...................................rice flour 20g
发粉1/2茶匙................................baking powder 1/2 tsp

做法:
1。将水和糖搅拌均匀,再加入香橙精华液拌匀。
2。将低粉,粘米粉和发粉筛过,拌入香橙糖水液中,拌匀成面糊。
3。将面糊舀入纸杯,大火蒸18分钟即可(可做3个)。
4。水滚才送去蒸,蒸的过程不可开盖。




Methods :
1. Stir the sugar and water evenly, then add in orange paste and blend well.
2. Sieve in the cake flour, rice flour and baking powder and mix into a batter.
3. Scoop the batter into paper cups. Steam over a large flame for about 18 minutes. (makes 3)
4. Only put in the kuih to be steamed after the water begins to boil. Do not open the lid of the pot during the steaming process.















*****Enjoy !*****
 
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    25 comments:

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      1. 感觉很幸运,这可是初体会哦!

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    2. Hi Aunty Young, I shy away from making huat kuihs cos' I'm afraid they won't smile. But I would certainly love to make these but do they stay soft when cooled? Definitely can prosper 'huat ah' with these lovely kuihs. Thanks for sharing.

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    3. 我的精力永远不及aunty,一个trip回来,我的手手脚脚都不会动了,
      嘻嘻!

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      1. 可是我的手艺永远比不上你这位漂亮的魔术师啊!

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    4. 发糕咧嘴笑,做糕的人开心笑。做发糕最开心就是看到开花的,看了心花怒放。

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      1. 是的的确开心,尤其是做来献给婆婆的小小心意。

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    5. I like your mini ones... would be much easier for kids to eat. :)

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      1. Thanks Yen, i think so, and kids always like something cute; don' t they?

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    6. 哇!发啊!!我以前有做过一次,味道真的不错 :)
      谢谢Aunty Young参与这个月的LTU ~ 香橙之月。

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      1. 不客气,我也很开心可以参与这样的活动。

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    7. Ahhh! I was just looking for an orange flavored huat kuey last week! How lovely of u to make this... Thanks so much! It looks like a good kuey for sure

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      1. Thanks for your good words , nice to know that you are seaching around this orange huat kuih, hope you will enjoy it soon.

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    8. 糕发了...Aunty Young 也一定笑开花咯!!

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      1. 开花的发糕把一群朋友都引来了,才叫安迪开心呢!

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    9. 很不巧每次的初一十五我这里制水,所以这几次的初一十五都不敢蒸发糕,看到妳这香橙发糕发得好huat哦,而且很软,下次我也要蒸。。。嘻嘻

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      1. 这食谱真的不错, 期待你的分享了:)

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    10. Aunty Young, your huat kuih are all smiling! Must be very nice with orange flavour. So far I have only eaten the traditional ones.

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    11. 哦,好特别口味的发糕,蒸得也高高的,赞!

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    12. sui sui 的 huat kueh,漂亮!

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