Little Guy, Big Kitchen

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Tofu Coffee Dessert


Coffee Layer Ingredients
1no Japanese egg beancurd
500ml water
180g caster sugar
100g rice flour
120g tapioca flour
1 tsp coffee essence
1 tsp chocolate essence

Pandan Layer Ingredients
1 no Japanese egg beancurd
500ml pandan water
100g rice flour
120g tapioca flour
180 caster sugar

Method
1. Combine coffee layer ingredients, mix well. Divide into 4 portions.
2. Mix the pandan layer ingredients until well conbined. Divide into 4 portions. Keep aside.
3. Prepare a 7 inches square steaming tray, steam over a high heat for about 10 mins.
4. Place a portion of pandan layer into the steaming tray, steam over a medium heat for 4 mins, then top with another coffee layer, steam over a medium heat for 4 mins. Follow the same method to finish the rest of the mixture. Steam together for about 15 mins after the last layer covered. Remove from heat. Leave to cool and cut into pieces. Serve at once.

Notes
To make pandan water, pound 4 blades of pandan leaf with 500ml water in afruit blender until finely. Strain well and reserve 500ml of pandan juice only.

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August 8, 2006 - Posted by | Kuih, Recipes

3 Comments »

  1. LGK, whoa! all yr food posts are making me hungry. The food looks so yummy. Thanks for the recipes.

    Comment by happysurfer | August 11, 2006 | Reply

  2. your’re most welcomed 🙂 I post it from recipe magazines.

    Comment by littleguykitchen | August 11, 2006 | Reply

  3. hahha.. O I c.. From magazines.. keke

    Comment by luuee | August 15, 2006 | Reply


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