Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Steamed Pumpkin Cake



In the mood for making kueh lately, I tried out this Steamed Pumpkin Cake by Mykitchensnippets last Sunday. Those who loves pumpkin will like it. For me , it is quite okay if you have enough seasoning on the batter to brings out the flavor. I realized that it tasted better the next day and firmer too. The toppings make the cake more savoury delicious !

Thanks once again Mykitchensnippets for sharing this recipe . I love all her recipes and have added a lot of her recipes to my To-Do List :))))) so look out for it here.





Steamed Pumpkin Cake ( by Mykitchensnippets )

Ingredients :

300 g pumpkin(remove seeds, hard skin then shred it)

Batter (Combined)

250 grm rice flour
70 grm of wheat starch
1 tbsp of chicken granules
1 tsp salt750 ml water

Topping :
100 grm of chicken meat (cut into small cubes)
4 shallots (thinly slice)
4 bird eyes chilies - slice thinly
2 red chilies- slice thinly
2 spring onions - cut small
Some cilantro (garnish)
salt and pepper to taste

1.Put some oil in a hot pan and fry the shallots until golden brown. Dish out and set aside.

2. In the same oil stir-fry chicken until cook. Sprinkle some salt and dish out and mix it with shallots, chillis and spring onions. Add in a bit of salt and pepper and set aside the topping.

3. Using the same pan and 2 tbsp of oil, stir fry grated pumpkin for 2 minutes.

4. Pour in the batter mix and continue to cook and stir until batter thicken. Turn off the fire.

5. Grease a pan or small mould with some cooking oil and fill it up with the batter.

6. Steam over high for 30 minutes. Remove from steamer and sprinkle the topping on top.

7. Leave it to cool and cut into slices before serving.

Note : If you are steaming it in little mould let it cool completely before un-moulding and then sprinkle some topping.


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8 comments:

  1. Hi, Elinuv.
    Sorry that Bakery Diary by Mika Monmais is in Japanese only.

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  2. Hi dailydelicious,

    I was hoping that they have the english translation ...wow that means you can read Japanese :) haha that's wonderful coz then you can share some of those recipes there with us (",) And you have a whole collection of Jap recipes book...I envy you :)))

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  3. hmm......looks like ur baking skills are improving...

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  4. hmm...not only baking..skills for temptaion are way improving too...{",) <== since i don't do cutesy thingamajigs..I can't believe i'm stealing 'cute-sy' emoticons or wateva tat ting is from my MUM....I need to get cyber-ed....exams are gonna be OVER!!! wheeeee.....:)))

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  5. Thanks Piggies,
    I am going to bake and feed you both till you both round round this sem break.

    Start fasting now (",)

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  6. HI icook4fun,

    Thanks for your recipe. You have a great blog and I love your bakes and would want to try out all if possible :))))
    regards,

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  7. this looks very delicious.. im gona try it..

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