Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Teochew Style Mooncake



This recipe yields about 13 nos. of Teochew style mooncakes

Ingredients for water pastry:

200 gm. Plain flour
100 gm. shortening
100 ml. water

Ingredients for Oil Pastry:

200 gm. Plain flour
130 gm. shortening

Ingredients for Fillings:

60 gm. Candied mandarin orange - Kat Peng
70 gm. Mui Choy (washed, shredded and pan fried till frangrant)
60 gm. candied melon - chopped
50 gm. sesame seeds (toasted)
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper
600 gm. Lotus paste

Method:

(1) Mix water pastry ingredients together and let it rest for 10 mins. then weigh into 30 gms. each
(2) Mix the oil pastry ingredients together and divide into small portions of about 25 gm. each.
(3) Mix all the filling ingredients together and divide into about 70 gm. portions.
(4) Wrap oil pastry in water pastry and then roll flat and roll into a swiss roll. Repeat this process again.
(5) Roll into a round shape and wrap fillings inside. Seal tightly.
(6) Use a chop to mark a red marking on top of mooncake.
(7) Bake in oven at 180C for about 20 - 25 mins.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy
Thanks for sharing this recipe.
May I know where can I get the kat peng....phoon huat or ntuc?
And for the mui choy ...to get the salted or sweet one?
I guess this recipe gives a salty and sweet taste?

tia
Regards from Cecily.

Anonymous said...

Dear Aunt Yochana,

I always enjoy your blog site. You are amazing.Would love to live next to you because your kitchen are alway permeating with sweet aroma.
Just a qn,is the mui choy you used the sweet kind?
Thanks and keep up the wonderful work.

Butler

yochana said...

Butler,

ya..the mui choy is the sweet one. Soak for awhile and then wash it clean before cutting.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Lucy,

Just want to know whether you use oil to pan fry the mui choy or dry fry?

Thanks.

Alannia

yochana said...

Alannia,

Pan fry...not oil at all.

rgds.

iml said...

Finally!! Heard about the traditional teochew mooncake but have never seen it. Thanks. Do you know where I can buy this mooncake in singapore?

yochana said...

hi iml,

Last time I used to buy from the temple in Balestier road but now they are no more selling.

rgds

delia said...

Hi aunty,
Yesterday i managed to make this mooncake becoz my hubby was longing for it. My mom says it's delicious better than the traditional one as it's not sweet.