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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Steamed Bolu Pandan









Ingredients:

3 eggs
145 gm. sugar
1/8 tsp. salt
155 gm. Cake flour or Hong Kong flour ) sift together
1/2 tsp. Baking Powder )
100 ml. Santan (coconut milk)
25 ml. pandan juice
a drop of green colouring
1/2 tsp. of Pandan paste

Method:

(1) Whisk eggs , salt with sugar till thick and creamy.
(2) Fold in the flour mixture alternately with the coconut milk.
(3) Add in pandan juice, green colouring and pandan paste. Fold lightly.
(4) Spoon into greased cake moulds and steam for 15 mins. over high heat.
(5) Cool on wire rack.

39 comments:

Little Corner of Mine said...

Lovely! I always wanted to try the Pandan version.

silverrock said...

Oohh these look delicious. I would love the recipe :)

Anonymous said...

hello aunty yochana,

Oh!another wonderful steam cake....mouthwatering.......haha!do you mind to share the recipe? Thank you.

Theng

TC Leow said...

Aunty,

Can you show the mould you use for this steamed cake?

Thank you.

jas said...

Dear Aunty Yochana,

Can you share this recipe as my mom loves all sorts of pandan steamed cakes and I'd like to make this for her. :)

Yeong Jiuan said...

Hi, aunty yo.
These pandan kueh bolu looks good! Your steamed bolu pandan gives me ideas of making other favours. Do you mind to share the receipe?

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty,

Ive tried out some of yr steam cakes recipe and they all turn out Great! I jus tried the Pandan Green Bean Kueh today but substitute with Gula Melaka and of cos its a success! :)

This is another lovely recipe!
Hope u r able to share.
As i do not have an oven hence, I can only make steam cakes of yours.

Would luv to try this out..

Regards
Mei
mk1203@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty yochana,
The bolu looks so so delicious. Could you please share the recipe? Thank you so much!

jas said...

Thank you so much for posting up this recipe Aunty! I'll be trying out this weekend and I hope it turns out as good as yours. :)

Anonymous said...

Dear Aunty Yochana,

Thanks for posting your recipe.

I love to try all your wonderful
recipe ;)


Regards,

Anna

yochana said...

You're most welcome Anna.

rgds

A scientist in the kitchen said...

I always look forward to your posts everyday. Thanks for this recipe :)

HomeKreation said...

Looks simply appetising....

Roz

Anonymous said...

hello aunty, thx for sharing the recipe. can i ask where you get the mould for the bolu?

yochana said...

Hi anonymous,

I can't remember exactly where I bought them. You can try Sun Lik.

rgds

n2inpink said...

hello lucy,

everything turn out beautifully under your hand....

thanks for sharing the recipe!

when our kids hv mild cough or not well, we can steam cake for them instead of bake...

thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi aunty yochana

where to get pandan paste?

Thanks
Jacqueline

diana said...

hi aunty thank u so much for the recipe. going to try this weekend. btw can i ask what shd be the texture of the chocolate lembab cake that was posted earlier?? i made 3 times and they are quite dense , not fluffy. also always crack in the centre. is it the oven temperature or over creaming? thanks ...
diana

Anonymous said...

Hi aunty yochana,

May I know where or how to get pandan paste?

Thanks
Jacqueline

yochana said...

Hi Jacqueline,

Buy from Sun Lik at 33, Seah St.

rgds

yochana said...

Hi diana,

Don't overmix your mixture...it will cause the cake to turn dense.

rgds

yochana said...

Ya true n2inpink.

rgds

diana said...

hi aunty i made the bolu pandan on yesterday. So tasty and all finished by my kids within half hour !! i used my mum's oval small colourful plastic jelly moulds. your recipe is fantastic, my kids ate every single one..thks again ..diana

yochana said...

oh diana *wink*....tasty huh.

rgds

diana said...

hi aunty , yes tasty becos your recipe is superb. Surf your blog makes me happy-a very good start for the day. trying out your recipes is fun but to get exactly like yours susah a bit. cant match the sifu...hehehe.
diana

Anonymous said...

Hi aunty yochana

May i confirm, this recipe uses 155 gm cake flour or hk flour, right?

thks and regards
octopusmum

yochana said...

Hi octopusmum.

Both works as well. Use what you have at home. Even plain flour works well too.

rgds

Gracianne said...

Hello Aunty Yochana, thanks for this recipe. I made them yesterday and they turned out well, moist, delicious and amazingly colourful.
Here they are: http://undimanche.blogspot.com/2008/04/vert-pandan.html

yochana said...

Oh Congrats Gracianne...I saw it in your blog. thumbs up!!

rgds

Doris said...

Halo aunty,

I'm doris.. u remember me?? i alway have question to ask in some other of your recipe..

ok i try this out and taste great and something like "kai tan koh" right?

actualy i dont have the mould like yours or something similar but i decided to use egg tart mould and turns out well too!

one more thing aunty, when u say fold in the flour, just use the spatula to mix it well and no need to use electric beater to do it, right? (sori ah ask this question)

why i ask cos i've tried out your chiffon cake so many many.... times but not satisfied with the result. it rise and break on top or it laugh like fat koh (break from the side) hope u get wat i mean.

Hope to hear from u sifu!

TQ

yochana said...

Hi TQ,

Probably your chiffon cake is too near the heat so it cracks on top or your tin is too small causing the cracks.

rgds

Mei said...

Dear aunty Yochana,

I tried this kuih of yours last Sunday but it didn't turn out nice. The kuih shrink once cold, and the cake is dense, not fluffy at all. May I know what could be the reason?

The taste is nice though... My hubby is very supportive, he finished them all anyway.... =)

Thanks & Regards,
Mei

yochana said...

Hahaha..Mei, you have a strong supporter there.

diana did it very well. You can read her comments tho..

I think it's your method of making that causes the cake to become dense. shrinkage is quite common tho.

rgds

Mei said...

Dear aunty Yochana,

Do you think it is because I overmix it? How long should I whisk the mixture? I have zero knowledge and experience in baking, so don't really know how to make a nice one..... =(

By the way, do you conduct any baking class? I would love to join if you have one....

Thanks and Regards,
Mei

yochana said...

Hi Mei,

Definitely you have overmixed. You have to learn how to fold lightly .

rgds

qing said...

Hi Aunty

I tried this recipe before but did not look as nice as yours.

Can I check when you said pandan paste is it liquid or really paste. As I always use the pandan paste flavour liquid I bought at phoon huat.

Thanks

yochana said...

Hi qing

It's slightly thick but in liquid form. I've not tried those from Phoon Huat. I'm using those that I bought from Sun Lik.

rgds

Tina said...

Aunt yochna, i tried this recipe however, i have difficulty taking out the bohlus from the moulds. as a result, i dont have a nice flower shape like yours even though i greased the moulds first before pouring the batter in it. hope you can advise.

Anonymous said...

Hi aunty,

Can I omit the 25gm of pandan juice? Do it need to substitute the omitted 25gm of pandan juice to something else? Pls advise.

Cheers
Kate