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Saturday, August 09, 2008

Baked Tapioca Kueh












Ingredients:

500 gm. grated Tapioca
100 gm. grated cocout - skin removed
150 gm. Gula melaka
60 gm. sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
1 beaten egg
30 gm. custard powder
200 ml.thick coconut milk
100 ml. water


Method:

Boil gula melaka, sugar, salt and water till sugar dissolves. Sieve mixture and then
Mix all the above ingredients together and pour into an 8" Square tin lined with parchment paper and bake at 185C for about 50 to 60 mins. or till cooked.

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Aunty, i love to eat tapioca kueh! YUMMY!!!

Is it difficult to make? I wanna try to bake it because my dad likes it too! =)

cui

Anonymous said...

Yochana ,your baked Tapioca kueh look so delicious ! please please please share the recipe with me

Chua

yochana said...

Hi cui,

really ar?? O.K. lah...I'll post.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Aunt Yo,

You are so funny leh.

I am so envy that you can bake everyday. I am a working mother, my kids is 5 and 3 yrs old, they need alot of attention from me. I really wish 1 day I can be like you can bake everyday and share my sucessful piece of art with my family, friends and neighbour.

I still bake, but only once a week, but not everytime is successful. Sometime I even have to throw away my cake/kueh. But I always feel if I dont try it out I will never learn how to make.

BTW do you teach? Will really like to learn from you.

Thank you for sharing all your receipe.

Jac

ChezzyHeart said...

Hi Aunty,
It's not easy to find or get fresh tapioca in the market or supermarket. May i ask where u normally buy it from? thks

Khim

yochana said...

Hi Khim,

sometimes you can find it in giant or ntuc.

I normally buy it from Johor Bahru.

rgds

Anonymous said...

aunty ah , my kampong malay stall got sell this ubi kuih , i love this ubi kuih so much leh ,can you share your recipe with me ? so that i dont have buy from them anymore :)

Thnak u

Ah Hua

Anonymous said...

hi
thks for the lovely recipe,
regds jtc

yoyo said...

aunty, may i know how is the texture of this kuih? is it sticky and soft? I have tried making one tapioca kuih which is yellow in colour. but i dont like the texture coz it is hard and crumbly (due to baking). hAHA.. dunno whether wanna try or not leh.. =)
Thanks aunty..

yochana said...

Hi Yoyo,

mine is definitely not crumbly.

Omit the grated coconut if you don't like the crumbly feeling and add in a little more water. making tapioca kueh is very subjective as it depends greatly on the texture and grade of your tapioca.

rgds

yoyo said...

oh i really can omit the grated coconut? hehe.. i dunno leh.. thanks aunty.. To make the kuih softer, do you think the same recipe can be used to steam? it will be softer right?

yochana said...

Hi yoyo,

yes you can steam it too.

rgds

Delphine said...

Aunty,
Ai Ya, look so delicious, can we use the packed coconut milk as 1 packet is exactly 200ml. Thanks.

yochana said...

Yes Delphine,

You can use the packet type..

rgds

Sunsweet said...

dear Aunty Yo,

I tried your recipe, the taste was good however the tapioca was too coursely grate. Can I know what what kind of grate you use to make it so fine?

I would like to try it again soon :)

yochana said...

Hi Sunsweet,

We use Magimix blender to do it. We grate and blend it.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi
I am thinking of baking this for about 15 people, may i know what is the dimension L X H X W of this cake?
thanks a lot,
marie

yochana said...

Hi Marie,

It's 8 x 8" sq with about a height of 1 1/2".

rgds

Anonymous said...

thanks, i think 15 pp ok.

marie

sunsweet said...

Aunty Yochana,

You mean you grate then blend it?
meaninf you grate the Tapioca, then blend it with the rest of the ingredients?

cos its not stated in your receipe.. thus I would like to try it again if possible :)

yochana said...

Hi sunsweet,

Actually I just grate only and it's already very fine. I taught you the blending method because I think your grater is not so fine. Omit the blending if your grater is the fine type.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty,

Can I replace the coconut milk with soya milk?

Cat

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi Cat,

I've never tried with soya milk but I don't see why you can't. go ahead ...try it and let me know how it is.

rgds

Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty, can I use grated golden pumpkin instead of tapioca?

Aunty Yochana said...

Hmm..I think you can...Try it.

rgds