Friday, September 17, 2010

Colourful Ruyi Roll 彩虹如意卷

Mid-Autumn Festival / Mooncake Festival is here soon, which falls on Next Wednesday. How are you going to celebrate? We are looking forward to that day..:)
Here's a Snow Skin Mooncake recipe which I'll like to share. One of the recipe from the book "Mooncake Selection" too.


Colourful Ruyi Roll
Ingredients:
(A)
90g Sugar
150g Water
Few pieces pandan leaves

(B)
30g Shortening
1 tbsp fresh milk
100g fried glutinous rice flour (糕粉)
A drop of Strawberry, pandan and lemon essence

Filling: Red bean paste

Method:
~ Cook (A) and let it cool.
~ Place all ingedients into a mixing bowl, mix till even and divide into 4 equal portions.
~ Add essence into individual dough, leave to rest for 5-10 minutes.
~ Place dough into plastic sheet, roll to flatten, place filling and roll up (like swiss roll from left to middle and right to middle)
~ Chill to set before cutting into slices.
* As shown in pictures below..:)




































Happy Mid-Autumn Festival

12 comments:

  1. This is a very unique mooncake, I have never seen it! Although we are not celebrating this festival, but I am looking forward to it as my DH will be home just before 12am on that night. Here's wishing you and your family a happy mooncake festival!

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  2. Wow, this totally new to me! Is the skin like bing pi mooncakes? Because see you use gou fen in the recipe. So nice & special leh! Too bad can see cannot taste, lol!

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  3. Hi HHB,
    Yes, this is new to me too, but it was nice, especially the kids...they like the colourful and soft texture..:) Thanks for your wishes.

    Bee Bee,
    Yeah, it was something like "bing pi" but fruity taste..:) Kids will love it.

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  4. Wah.. very pretty! This must need lots of patient to complete. Admire your work!

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  5. i have never seen this kind of mooncake before, look so colourful and beautiful. Well done friend.

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  6. Reese, I'd not seen this type 冰皮月餅 before. Thank you for this interesting post.

    Hmmm ... I doubt I have anything special going on this Mid-Autumn Festival except working and relocating of my family's "headquarters." Haiz ...

    中秋節快樂!

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  7. Wow..this is really colourful....like rainbow! Thanks very much for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  10. Thanks Kitchen Corner...:)

    Sonia, how are you? Thanks..:)

    Pei-Lin, this is also the 1st time I see this, so can't wait to try..;p

    You are most welcome, MaryMoh..:)

    Swee San, I'm not very sure how to update the link, I'm very blur and totally no idea when comes to computer..;p But anyway, I still gets your update..:)

    Mr Lonely, welcome to my blog..:) I'm sure to view yours!

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  11. So colourful and so cute! I've not heard of this before. However, I'm very sure it'll taste good too! :) Thanks for sharing Reese. And a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you too! :)

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  12. Happy Mid-Autumn Festival to you too, Jane...:)

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