Friday, September 07, 2007

Muah Chee with Snow Powder or Soybean Powder

Must muah chee be always coated with peanut powder? In fact, snow powder or soybeans powder can be used instead. This will make this snack available for those with nut allergy to enjoy!

Preparation: 5 mins, Cooking time: 15 mins

Ingredients (serves 2-3)

° 150g glutinous rice flour
° 250ml water
° 1½ tablespoons sugar
° ½ tablespoon vegetable oil
° ½ teaspoon green tea powder/matcha powder (optional)

Coating Mixture
° 100g snow powder
° 100g soybean powder
° snow powder/icing sugar, to taste

1. Combine the flour, green tea powder, water, sugar and oil in bowl. Mix well.
2. Grease a heat-proof ware, pour in the muah chee mixture and steam for 10-15 minutes or until it turn gooey.
3. Meanwhile, to make the coating mixture, combine the soybean powder and snow powder or icing sugar in a plate. Set aside. Nothing needs to be done if only snow powder is use for the coating or dusting.
4. Scoop out the cooked muah chee dough and use a pair of scissors to snip into small nuggets and coat it with the coating mixture.
5. Serve warm.


dreamy said...

I love mua chee with the peanut powder still hehe... Yum yum! Now I feel like eating mua chee.. but I am craving for tu tu kueh more... hehe you got tu tu kuch recipe?

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Dreamy

Yep, mua chee with peanut is still nicer, my little one and my neighbour love that too.

This one with snow powder or soybean powder is more like Mochi without any bean paste filling :p

Tu Tu Kueh, no recipe at the moment, would like to try that too. Nice ... oh, so yummy :)

Anonymous said...

Can i use pot for cooking soup instead of using heat-proof ware? Is your recipe like those of pasa malam`s mua chee?

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Anonymous,

Yes :)If it can fit into the steamer or pot for steaming.

Like Pasa Malam :)

Cheers :)

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