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Thursday, July 12, 2007

Yam Angku

















Filling:

150 gm. green peas - soaked overnight, drained and steamed until soft
2 Tbsp. Oil
150 gm. sugar
120 gm. Yam - steamed and mashed

Skin:

250 gm. Glutinous rice flour
120 ml. thick coconut milk
1 Tbsp. Castor sugar
1 Tbsp. oil
120 gm. Yam - steamed and mashed
a few drops of purple colouring

Banana leaves - cut into rounds

Method:

(1) For filling, put green peas and oil into a blender and blend until fine while it is still hot. Add in remaining ingredients and mix well. Cool and divide into small round balls.
(2) For Skin, mix all the ingredients into a soft dough. If dough is too dry, add in some warm water and mix till a dough is formed. Divide into small portions.
(3) Flatten the dough, wrap in filling and press into angku mould.
(4) Knock to release the angku and place onto greased banana leaves and steam for 8 mins. till cooked.
(5) Remove and brush with some oil while it is still hot.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty,

I love yam very much, especially, yam angku kueh. Pls post the receipe.

Thank you & have a nice day.

Leng

Jam said...

Hi aunty, is the filling bean? Did you use yam in the skin? The first thing I thought of when I saw this was my dad coz he lurrrves yam with a vengeance. =)

Anonymous said...

Hi

Your yam angku kueh look great! Would appreciate if you could share the recipe.

thanks

yochana said...

Hi Jam

The skin is yam mixed with glutinous rice flour and the filling is steamed green beans mixed with yam.

rgds

Anonymous said...

oh the kueh looks marvallous. it looks like there are two layers inside, cool! :D

Anonymous said...

my favourite kueh kueh again.. :)
how I wish can be your neightbour when you make kueh, personally i think it takes a lot of work than baking cakes.

feifei

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana

Yummy.... Yummy... please share the recipe with us.

Rgds
HSL

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Hi Aunty Lucy,
I love your yam angku! Can I make it by replacing sweet potatoe with yam? Please advice?

yochana said...

Hi East meets west kitchen,

Yes, you can use sweet potatotes instead of yam.

rgds

Carpe Diem said...

Aunty,

You're a genius!
Angku is one of my favourite sweet kueh...the other one is ondeh ondeh...nyam nyam...

Will you be sharing this recipe anytime soon?

Thank you

Rgds
Eileen

Jam said...

Thanks for the recipe aunty. Will make it soon to surprise my dad!

I've volunteered to bake for my company's charity bazaar and will try out some of your other recipes as well.

Anonymous said...

hi Aunty,

thanks for sharing the recipe!!

regards
feifei

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Thanks Aunty for the tip and the recipe! Xie Xie!

Anonymous said...

May I what is the use of coconut milk
thanks