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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Sesame Glutinous Rice Ball with Peanut Filling
















Dough:

250 gm. Glutinous rice flour
3/4 Tbsp. Tang Mien flour or Wheat starch flour
60 gm. caster sugar
130 gm. hot boiling water
1 1/2 Tbsp. cooking oil

Fillings: Mix all together and divide into 15 portions.

200 gm. roasted grounded peanuts
75 gm. sugar
1 tbsp. cornoil
1 Tbsp. Shortening

Coating: White sesame seeds

Method:

(1) To make the dough, combine all the ingredients together and divide into 15 portions. If dough is too dry, add in a little more hot boiling water. Wrap up with fillings, dip into water and then coat with sesame seeds.
(2) Heat up oil and deep-fry sesame balls at medium heat until golden brown. While frying, try to stir it round and round to get an even golden colour.
(3) Remove, drain onto absorbent paper and serve.

34 comments:

dtwhale said...

wow...this look really nice.
how to make it after cool down it still stay in the ball shape....the one my sis make never stay in shape = =

Wati's Kitchen said...

hi yochana,
i always browse your blog for the past few month...really love to see all your baking,it so tempting and delicious too..i do try some of your recipes..it works!!thanks..can you be one of my blog friends? anyway can share your sesame glutinous rice ball pls??thank you....

parmida said...

Hi Yochana,

This is a hainanese dessert..are u a hainanese? Me a hainanese! :D

Can you email me the recipe? My addy: rykiel_k@yahoo.com.sg

Thank you!!

yochana said...

hi parmida,

yes I'm a hainanese...for one moment with a nickname like parmida, I thought it's an Indian.

hahaha.
rgds

yochana said...

hi Wati's kitchen

Of course i can be your blog friends....

rgds

yochana said...

hi dtwhale,

yes some recipes does flatten down after frying...maybe the dough is too wet.

rgds

Wafiqah said...

hii

i love to eat sesame ball, can u email me the recipe? tq v much

Deanna said...

hi aunty,

i am a hainanese, too. my teenage girl 's fav dessert is sesame glu. riceball. i hope u can share your recipe with me. i am now living in abu dhabi. reg
deanna

Deanna said...

hi, this is deanna again. my email is deanna.yong@gmail.com. thanks and looking forward to the recipe.

yochana said...

Hi deanna,

Aiyoh, I didn't know that there are so many hainanese around. The Hainanese population is so small...

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana

Since I found your blog, I have never failed to read it daily. It amazes me how you have time for all these. May I have this recipe - hookath@hotmail.com? My daughter loves to eat sesame rice balls.

Tq banyak banyak

Amy said...

This look absolutely yummy!

Anonymous said...

My daughter wanted me to make it on her birthday.can I have the recipe?My email address is asygoh@hotmail.com.tks

Wati's Kitchen said...

thanks yochana, great to have good baker fren like you...anyway i loves to bake and cook too...but not as good as baking skill like you...but cooking?? most all my colleagues enjoy it..especially my SAMBAL PRAWN...hehehe..

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,

I'm a Hainanese too..
Well, we are not that small after all. :P

Warmest Rgds,
Rachael

yochana said...

Hi Rachael,

Wow...I didn't know you're a hainanese too.

rgds

yochana said...

Hi Wati,

throw some sambal prawns over..."slurp"..

rgds

Pnut said...

Very nice & yummy. Can you please email this recipe. Oh btw am also a Hainanese living in New Zealand

My email hy_gordon@hotmail.com

Thanks

Pnut

Deanna said...

hi a yo,

my late dad told me my grandauncle was once the president of singapore keng chew huey kuan. there are many hainanese in terengganu, the east coast of malaysia. that is my hometown. frankly, my late mom used to make glu. riceball for sale but i hated helping her out when i was young and couldnt be bothered with learning any skill from her. now i consider it my lost. funny thing is my kids just love them at dim sum's shops!waiting4 yr recipe!tks in advance. oh, btw hainanese are everywhere. i have met at least 3 hainanese in abu dhabi...

parmida said...

Hi yochana,

Parmida sounds indian...its actually a 'Princess' in persian... :p

The hainanese community not tat small and we are all foodies :D

Chris said...

Hi Aunty Lucy,
I am hokkien but married a hainanese. I must say hainanese are real great foodies; my husband prides himself in being a hainanese and everytime we go to a good eating place, he will proudly proclaim that the cook inside must also be a hainanese! ha ha. Regards, Chris

yochana said...

Hi Chris,

yes yes a lot of chefs in hotels are hainanese. I'm also very proud of being a Hainanese - can't help it lah...got flat head. But hainanese men are known to be handsome and the girls are very ugly with flat heads.

My grandfather is a cook for the British.

rgds

Joanna said...

Thanks Aunty Yochana for sharing this recipe with us ... I love easy recipes that does not require much baking skills ... at least easy recipes give me confidence when I manage to make them turn out like yours :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Yochana,
I'm hainanese too and happily married to a hainanese.I'm a food goodie, always cooking n baking.My grandfather and aunt were also cook for british.
Rgds,
Vivien

yochana said...

Hi Vivien,

Thumbs up!! A Hainanese always get married to a hainanese. MY mum and dad are both hainanese and so I'm 100%.

rgds

Jess said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

I would like to try this recipe as I did glutionous Rice Ball before but it always fails!! Your skin is so thin, but mine is forever thick! Any tips? Also, I dont have wheat starch flour anything to sub it?

yochana said...

Jess,

I think you used too much dough to wrap the peanut fillings.

rgds

MsCake said...

Hi Lucy

Thanks for showing us the nice recipe but I need to clarify something before trying out :

1) before coating with sesame seeds, u said to dip in water - May I know is it just briefly dip in room temp water (not hot water)?

2) the peanut fillings to be combined with some shortenings, can I just add bit of oil to combine or just do away with the oil ?

Thanks for your advice.

Catherine

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi CAtherine,

Dip the balls until it's totally wet so that the sesame seeds will stick onto it.

If you don't want to combine the peanut fillings with shortening, combine it with peanut butter. You'll love it.

rgds

MsCake said...

Thanks so much for the speedy reply, Lucy.

By the way,will you be conducting any class for 'chiffon cake'? Also please let me know more details of this class if any.

Thanks again !

MsCake said...

Thanks so much for the speedy reply, Lucy.

By the way,will you be conducting any class for 'chiffon cake'? Also please let me know more details of this class if any.

Thanks again !

Quinn said...

Aunty Yochana, do you think the 200g roasted grounded peanuts can be substituted with 200g of black sesame powder? Then if got left over, can use it to wrap black sesame tang yuan also. Will it give the oozing lava when bite into? One of my housemate on holiday, I wanna find something for her to do so she would leave me in peace so I could study, hehe. Evil me!

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi Quinn,

Yes you can use black sesame seeds instead of groundnuts.... while frying the sesame seed fillings will stick to the wall and become hollow inside. It's the norm..

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I ate at a yum cha restaurant recently and the sesame ball was the size of a large orange. But when it was opened the ball was completely hollow. Do you know how I can make these sesame balls of that size and with such a large cavity inside?
Regards, Jonathan