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Pumpkin Ang Ku Kueh Mooncakes
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7 INGREDIENTS • 6 STEPS • 38MINS

Pumpkin Ang Ku Kueh Mooncakes

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Made with a small portion of Ang Ku Kueh dough skin and combined with some leftover white lotus paste as filling, these steamed mooncakes taste are yummy! With only 30 minutes you'll have a great snack to serve them with a pot of Chinese hot tea.
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Anncoo Journal
Hi, I’m Ann Low, from the sunny island – Singapore. I believe that cooking and baking are an art, and I want to share my experiences with everyone in the world. My recipes are quick and easy with a focus on natural ingredients.
http://www.anncoojournal.com/
Made with a small portion of Ang Ku Kueh dough skin and combined with some leftover white lotus paste as filling, these steamed mooncakes taste are yummy! With only 30 minutes you'll have a great snack to serve them with a pot of Chinese hot tea.
38MINS
Total Time
$0.05
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
12
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Pumpkin Purée
1/3 cup
Sweet Glutinous Rice Flour
1/2 cup
Sweet Glutinous Rice Flour
Water
1 oz
Water, room temperature
plus more if needed
Vegetable Oil
1 Tbsp
Vegetable Oil
Lotus Seed Paste
as needed
Lotus Seed Paste
Banana Leaves
as needed
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
40
Fat
1.1 g
Protein
0.5 g
Carbs
6.7 g
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Hi, I’m Ann Low, from the sunny island – Singapore. I believe that cooking and baking are an art, and I want to share my experiences with everyone in the world. My recipes are quick and easy with a focus on natural ingredients.
http://www.anncoojournal.com/
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step 1
Combine Sweet Glutinous Rice Flour (1/2 cup) and Granulated Sugar (2 tsp) together and add the warm Pumpkin Purée (1/3 cup) into it and mix well.
step 2
Add Water (1 oz) little by little and knead until dough is formed. Add Vegetable Oil (1 Tbsp) into dough and continue to knead to form a soft dough.
step 3
Divide the dough into small portions, about 22 grams each. Wrap in about 25 g of Lotus Seed Paste (as needed) and dust with some glutinous flour. Press firmly into mooncake mould and unmould.
step 4
Place the 'ang ku' mooncakes on lightly greased Banana Leaves (as needed) and steam for about 8-10 minutes over high heat. Open the lid to let the steam escape after 3 minutes of steaming.
step 5
Place the lid back on the steaming wok and continue to steam for another 5-6 minutes.
step 6
Remove the cooked mooncakes from the steamer and grease a thin layer of oil all over. Leave to cool and serve.
step 6 Remove the cooked mooncakes from the steamer and grease a thin layer of oil all over. Leave to cool and serve.
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Dairy-Free
Gluten-Free
Comfort Food
Snack
Shellfish-Free
Kid-Friendly
Chinese
Vegan
Fall
Vegetarian
No-Bake Dessert
Dessert
Pumpkin
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