Saturday, 29 November 2014

Quick & Easy Black Sesame Muah Chee

I was craving for my favourite local snack - Muah Chee and made a small batch to munch on. But this time, I gave this snack a slight twist by adding grinded black sesame to it. That's the beauty of home-bakes. You can whip up anything to satisfy your cravings in the comfort of your home anytime.

I've been making the original muah chee and pumpkin muah chee and decided to try a new flavour...Black Sesame Muah Chee! What made me want to add black sesame? Well, do not belittle these black, small seeds. They are a fountain of youth and have marvelous nutritional values! Plus, I was curious how it would taste like if added to muah chee (minus the black and not so attractive presentation). I must say I enjoyed the snack. The black sesame gave the muah chee an even nuttier flavour. Thumbs up!

Quick & Easy Black Sesame Muah Chee
serves 2

60g glutinous rice flour
25g black sesame seed, grinded
100g water
3/4 tbspn peanut oil

For the coating
80g grounded peanut
40g caster sugar
2 tsp white sesame seed, toasted

1. Mix the ingredients for coating in a big plate and set aside.
2. Grind the black sesame seed using a blender.

3. Mix glutinous rice flour, oil, water and grinded black sesame in a covered Pyrex or any microwavable container and microwave on high for 5 mins.

4. Transfer the cooked black sesame muah chee onto the plate of peanut-sugar mixture.

5. Cut into tiny pieces using a kitchen scissor.

6. Coat well and serve immediately.

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