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Thursday, November 01, 2007

Fluffy Candy Rolls




Ingredients:

100 gm. Tapioca flour
100 gm. Koh fun
850 ml. water
200 gm. sugar
50 gm. gelatine powder
1/2 tsp. banana essence
2 Tbsp. cornoil
few drops of pink colouring

For dusting: 50 gm. koh fun + 20 gm. icing sugar

Method:

(1) Combine koh fun, tapioca flour and water in a pot and stir till evenly blended. Then add in caster sugar and gelatine powder and keep stirring for about 5 mins.
(2) Cook mixture over low heat till thick. Remove from heat and add in banana essence and cooking oil.
(3) Divide batter into two portions. Leave one portion plain and the other portion pink colour.
(4) Pour the plain portion into a rectangular tray - 10" x 14" tray and spread thinly then pour the pink layer on top and the use a spatula to spread evenly. Leave to set and then roll up like a Swiss roll. Clingwrap tightly and leave it to set in the fridge till it's very well set and then slice into serving size. Dust it with the dusting mixture. Serve..

21 comments:

Jessie Chua said...

what sweets is tat ? is it easy to make ?

delia said...

I think this is just like the 'ah mah ko' that is being sold here. This is made from koh fun, isn't it, aunty?

Anonymous said...

Aunty I love to eat this, can provide recipes pls.

Yan said...

Aunty :
pink n white = pretty. i like.
is this made from koh fen aso ?

yochana said...

Yes Yan,

this is made of Koh fen.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Aunty,

Can post the recipe as I still have some koh fen left from the mooncake?

Anonymous said...

hi aunty yochana

can share recipes with us. thanks

maggie said...

this fluffy candy rolls look good can u share recipes with us thank you

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe. Now I can kill two birds with one stone - finish up the koh fun left over from mooncake as well as giving this sweets to my sister-in-law (her favourite).

Yochana, you are just fantastic!

3princesses

nikki said...

can i replace tapioca flour with all purpose flour and koh fen with ordinary rice flour???

yochana said...

oh no nikki,

you definitely need kao fen.

rgds

Anonymous said...

aunty may i know what is kao fen?

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

Kao fen is fried glutinous flour.

rgds

Anonymous said...

hi aunty thanks for telling me what is kao fen, i cant find any kao fen in canada, do u have any recipe of how to make kao fen? thank you

maggie

Anonymous said...

hi aunty another question is does the fluffy candy taste very sweet? or just nice, thanks

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

aunty has sweet tooth so 200 gm is just nice for me. If you don't have a sweet tooth, you can cut down to 180 gm. Can't cut down too much cos this is plain and if it's not sweet, it won't be nice.

rgds

yochana said...

Hi maggie,

I've not tried frying kao fen myself but I don't it doesn't work if I make my own kao fen (frying glutinous rice flour).

rgds

Quinn said...

'Leave to set and then roll up like a Swiss roll'

Aunty Yo, we leave it to set for how long before rolling up like swiss roll?

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi quinn,

Test whether it's set by pressing with your finger. Don't worry if it sticks a little. Toss it into the fried tapioca flour.

Rolling is a bit tough here , I must warn you. What you can do is to stack both colour on top of one another then when it's set, cut into squares or rectangles.

rgds

Anonymous said...

hi aunty ,
Is this like the cantonese banana roll ? I am looking for a recipe for it.thanks! diane

Aunty Yochana said...

yes yes you are right diane.

rgds