Whenever I crave for my favourite local snack Muah Chee, I will be able to have my craving satisfied within minutes.
In support of this month's LTU (Pumpkin) and My Treasured Recipe (Taste of Autumn), I'm adding pumpkin to make Pumpkin Muah Chee. I have used the recipe from 最爱的 。。, but instead of using the steaming method, I used my usual microwaved method to make this snack, all under 10 minutes!
Pumpkin Muah Chee (南瓜麻糍)
Translated and adapted from 最爱的。。。
(my notes and modification red below)
120g glutinous rice flour
50g pumpkin, steamed and mashed
180g water (reduced to 160g as the mashed pumpkin is quite moist after steaming)
1 tbspn peanut oil
For the coating
100g grounded peanut
50g caster sugar
1 tbspn white sesame seed, toasted
(I didn't use this Steaming version)
1. Mix the ingredients for coating in a big plate and set aside.
2. Oil the pan.
3. Bring water in steamer to boil.
4. In a bowl, mix mashed pumpkin, oil and water well.
5. Add in glutinous rice flour and stir to mix well. Strain mixture over a sieve.
6. Pour the sieved mixture into the prepared pan. Steam at medium heat for 30 minutes.
7. Transfer the cooked pumpkin muah chee onto the plate of peanut-sugar mixture.
8. Cut into tiny pieces using a kitchen scissor.
9. Coat well and serve immediately.
I wanted quick and easy and so I chose to do the microwaved version I always use:
Microwaved Version1. Mix the ingredients for coating in a big plate and set aside.
2. Mix glutinous rice flour, oil, water and mashed pumpkin in a covered Pyrex or any microwavable container and microwave on high for 7 mins.
3. Transfer the cooked pumpkin muah chee onto the plate of peanut-sugar mixture.
5. Coat well and serve immediately.
I am submitting this post to Little Thumbs Up October Event: Pumpkin, hosted by Eileen of Eileen’s Diary and organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Mui Mui of My Little Favourite DIY
"My Treasured Recipes #3 - Taste of Autumn (Oct/Nov 2014)" hosted by Miss B of Everybody Eats Well in Flanders and co-hosted by Charmaine of Mimi Bakery House.
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