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Monday, January 05, 2009

Baby Pancake Puffs






This baby pancake puffs with red bean paste are very popular in Malaysia. It is so captivating to watch how they are made and more fun when you make them at home.



Ingredients:
1 level tsp instant yeast
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 large eggs
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 1/4 cups warm milk
1 tbsp butter
Sweet red bean paste - make tiny 1/2 inch balls

Method:

Combine the flour, eggs, yeast, sugar, salt and half the milk. Whisk smooth. Now add the remaining milk and beat again.

Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and allow to rest for an hour.

Heat Baby pancake mould and grease the holes. When it sizzles, pour teaspoonfuls of the batter into the greased holes and drop a ball of red bean paste. Turn the puffs around as soon as the bottom has set and the uncooked batter will flow down to complete a ball. Cook until golden brown.


Serves

18 comments:

The TriniGourmet said...

how fascinating!! I wish i could find one of these moulds!!

Jane of All Trades said...

Where did you buy this mould? I'm thinking of kaya ball as well

lilyng said...

jane of all trades

i bought this moulds from E-mart, a korean supermarket for 16.99.

oh yes, kaya would be good as a filling too.

eilis alana said...

a similar pan shows up on the As Seen on TV sites and store corners
I have one but have not mastered using it yet
actually I have two but don't tell me on me ok??

Little Corner of Mine said...

Awww...so cute!

LittleByLittle said...

Yummy! You make it look so simple to make! I got the flour now to look for the mould!

Big Boys Oven said...

wow! this is such a lovely dessert! A great sweet for this chinese new year!

Anonymous said...

Aunty Lily, would any of your readers know where I can get Ovalette in Sydney, Aust? or similar product? I've looked in all the Asian shops, but can't find any cake emulsifer. Love to try your recipes.

lilyng said...

anonymous

i hope sydney readers can help.

Anonymous said...

how cute! Looks so appetizing. Lily, I must say I enjoy your page with recipes very much...do you happen to have recipe for authentic spring roll (choon peah)? Would really appreciate if you can share this.

Thanks!

Tuty said...

Lily, can I use the abelskiver's pan for this? Is this the same pan that you used or is it different? Please advise.

kitchen aid part said...

In malaysia,that's call cucur badak.It's taste good.

p/s: lily,can we do link exchange?this is my blog : http://kitchen-aid-part.blogspot.com

lilyng said...

kitchen aid part

i am sorry, your blog is more an advertisement for kitchen aid and my blog is a food blog, so i don't see the link

lilyng said...

tuty

abelskiver pan has bigger holes, the box for this mould says it is 'takoyaki'

lilyng said...

anonymous

i did not know spring roll is called choon peah.

i will try and post it

Anonymous said...

Dear Lily,

Really enjoyed your blog. I am a Malaysian myself - do you know if the moulds are sold in Malaysia and is this mould similar to Aebleskiver mould (Danish Pancake balls)

Thank you and regards,
Joyce

lilyng said...

joyce

i have seen malaysians using the electric takoyaki moulds, so it must be available in malaysia or singapore.

I use the aebleskiver mould to make Takoyaki as they are bigger and can have more fillings. My daughter bought the 7 holes mould from penang but it is not made from cast-iron. Wonder how good it is cos i told her to keep it for herself. Anyone used this mould before? please give a review.

Anonymous said...

Dear Lily,

Thank you for your prompt reply - will be on the lookout for the mould when I go shopping this weekend.

Again, keep up the fantastic dishes - I am copying some of the dishes for the dinner table.

Warm Regards,
Joyce

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