Thursday, September 3, 2009

Wa Ku Kueh

I am so proud that I am able to make these wonderful gems. Surprisingly they were made with rice and Jiu Bing (Wine Biscuit) mixed togethere and then prove for about 48 hours. The ingredients are simple... rice, jiu bing, rice flour, sugar and pandan leaves. The biggest challenge is of course, the waiting time (altogether I waited for 51 hours and 15 mins to get the "Blooming" effect from the cake.

I just love the taste and colour of the wa ku kueh... I remember I used to have them with my sister and I often dipped them with lots of orange sugar and my sister would love to dip them in white shredded coconut and orange sugar.

Here is the picture of the Wa Ku Kueh I have made:


sweet lemonade said...

Hi Olivia,

Realized that you'd dropped a line at my blog. Thanks.

You have such a cute blog and the wa ku kueh looks yummy.

Fan W said...

What a beautiful bloom!


Olivia said...

Hi Sweet Lemonade and Fan W... thanks for dropping by. Cheers Olivia

Blessed Homemaker said...

I've made these before without wine biscuit and it was a flop. Yours look great!

Olivia said...

Hi Blessed Homemaker Thanks for dropping by too.

Cheers Olivia

Baking Fiend said...

I love eating these since i was a kid, especially with orange sugar... yum!

Lidia Sianturi said...

hi thank you for stopping by at my food blog..
I think we have similar kind of steamed cupcakes, but I am not sure which one..
This one use rice flour and yeast/fermented cassava:

This one use wheat flour and carbonated drink:

WhiteFairy said...

Wow...I love these small addictive thingy. Especially the dip in sugar part. Nice bloom.

So just mix all the ingredients together and that's it?