Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Homemade Muah Chee (Happy Call)

This simple yummy sweet chewy crunchy snack is DH's favorite
So glad I could make this, and it's surprisingly so simple using Happy Call pan :)


Recipe is from Ellena's site

What you need:

1 cup glutinuous rice flour
1 cup water
1/2 tsp sugar
2 tbsp shallot oil
Peanut powder with sugar for coating (I bought ready to use pack)
  1. Sautee 4 shallots, thinly sliced with 2 tbsp oil on Happy Call pan over low heat til golden brown, remove shallot and leave the oil in the pan
  2. Mix flour and sugar in a bowl, slowly stir in water, whisk til combined
  3. Over medium low heat, heat shallot oil, swirl in the flour mixture slowly, stir with wooden spoon til form soft dough
  4. Lower heat, continue to toss and cook the dough 3-5 minutes depending on the heat til dough is smooth and slightly transparent on the surface
  5. Remove and set aside on an oiled container
  6. Just before serving, coat with peanut powder and cut into bite size
Note:
* The process can be done in 15 minutes max
* I usually double the recipe above for the whole family to enjoy - my parents and sister - that is, not my kids :)

16 comments:

  1. I just one of this double sided pan and not very sure what to do with it except for frying omelette, lol! great recipe to try on it...you do mean glutinous rice FLOUR right? :D

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    1. hi Jeannie, oopps sorry yes, its the flour
      thks for highlighting :)
      hcp is great to fry / grill fish too! nomore smell and smoke :P

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  2. On my last trip, my auntie gave me a happy call too but didn't have a chance to cook anything spectacular with it yet. Using muah chee to cook muah chee seems interesting!

    Back to "serious" business... Alice, Due to my tight schedule, I'm sorry that I have to do a double postings today and one of them is the Strawberry Cake for THB... Will link up on tomorrow.

    Just want to let you know too that I really enjoy baking with you and appreciate a great baking friend like you. Here are many awards for you…. http://bakeforhappykids.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/old-fashioned-raisin-bread-awards-and.html

    Zoe

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    1. hi Zoe, yes this is an easy recipe using hcp :)
      no problem about posting early :) you should read my posting tomorrow, i have a funny story to share LOL
      thks so so much for the many awards! so flattered! i thank you too for being such a great host for Bake Along and Cook Like A Star - what a brilliant idea
      i have learnt a lot from your fab blog :)

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  3. My friend gave me one of this pan but I have yet to cook with it. I should make this with the pan. Maybe tomorrow :)

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    1. Hi Gert, this is a great and easy recipe and so yummy too :)
      hope u like it as much as we do :)

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  4. I shall try this out one day since i also has a HCP.

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  5. Interesting, it sounded so easy to do muah chee. I must try one day.

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    1. hi Yan, yes its surprisingly easy :)

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  6. Hi Alice, your muah chee is very delicious and texture look good too .

    Sound like HCP is a good buy, I yet to get mine.
    The steaming method need to knead the dough but using HCP so much easier and faster. :)

    Have a nice day.

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    1. hi Amelia, you should get one, HCP is really a big help in many types of cooking :)
      this muach chee is really yummy :)

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  7. May I know what kind of cup to use? It is like a normal cup you drank?

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    1. The cup I use to measure the flour is the normal measuring cup.
      For the water is 240ml :)

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  8. I love this recipe using HCP, as we can have muah chee anytime of the day we want in less than 15 minutes :)

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  9. Thank you Alice for your recipe. Today I tried making muah chee the first time and it turns out to be so fantastic. 5 Jan 2015.

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