Making The Everyday Delicious!

Kueh Bangkit

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300 grm tapioca flour
4-5 pandan leaves ( clean n wipe dry)
20 grm butter
1 egg yolk
120 grm icing sugar
120 ml coconut milk
1/4 tsp vanilla powder

1) Fry flour with pandan leaves cut into shorter portions for half an hour or more… Using low flame
2) Leave flour over night or a day aft frying, sift flour before using
3) Add vanilla powder to flour
4) Cream butter n icing sugar add To flour
5) Lightly beat yolk with coconut milk.
6) Gradually add in coconut n egg mixture n knead to get to workable dough
7) Roll with roller n use ur favourite cutter or kueh bangkit mold
8 ) Use side of hcp to bake in very low flame , cookie is done when e top dry n bottom browned

Recipe submitted by Angelin Goh, a member of Munch Ministry

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  1. posted by Angelyne Cheah on December 29, 2011

    wow…cool…but can check u mean cream butter and icing sugar? is it use wooden spoon and cream both together before adding to the flour???


    • posted by admin on December 29, 2011

      Yes, it should mean cream both together then add to the flour. A handheld mixer to do the creaming would be easier than a wooden spoon though.

  2. posted by Ling on January 10, 2012

    Can I know where to get vanilla powder?

  3. posted by Jasmine Wong on January 13, 2012

    Can I replace vanilla powder to vanilla essence?


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