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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Kuih Bahulu



In the previous entry, I had followed up on Shima's comment. And this time, it'll be Farina of Salt n Turmeric's turn. She had written in the comment box, she's going to try out the Pulut Kuning. Guess what Farina, before you had the chance to try out something from my page, I had already tried something from yours and it turned out to be lovely and not only that, it's very easy to prepare as well! I had an eye on that recipe as it sounded so easy to prepare and not to mention Farina's tempting photos of the Kuih Bahulu. I made half the recipe and we enjoyed 16 cute, yummy, soft Kuih Bahulu..... Thanks Farina for the recipe and allow me to paste it here once again for others to try.....

KUIH BAHULU
Makes between 30-35 cute little thang

Ingredients :

3 eggs1 cup sugar
1 1/4 cup flour (sifted)
1/4 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
2 teaspoons vanilla essence
2 tablespoons cooking oil/butter

Method :

1. Pre-heat oven at 375F
2. In a bowl, beat eggs until frosty then add sugar. Continue beating gradually changing from slow to fastest until mixture becomes sticky. About 12-15min.
3. Add vanilla essence and gradually add in the flour and butter. Continue beating for another 10min on high.
4. Grease mould and fill up to 3/4 of the 'holes'.
5. Bake for 15 min.
6. Once done, use a toothpick or wooden skewer to 'pick' them out and lay out on cooling rack.
7. Continue steps 4-6 until all batter are used.


The recipe in Malay version is actually how I had prepared my Kuih Bahulu.

KUIH BAHULU
Menghasilkan lebih kurang 30 - 35 biji

Bahan-bahan :

3 biji telur
1 cawan gula
1 1/4 cawan tepung gandum (diayak)
1/4 sudu kecil soda bikarbonat
2 sudu kecil esen vanilla
2 sudu besar minyak masak / mentega

Kaedah penyediaan :

1. Panaskan ketuhar pada suhu 375 F / 190 C.
2. Di dalam mangkuk pengadun, pukul telur hingga kembang dan masukkan gula. Teruskan memukul sehingga bater bertukar ke warna yang lebih cerah.
3. Masukkan esen vanilla.
4. Kaupbalikkan tepung dan minyak masak.
5. Sapukan sedikit minyak di dalam acuan kuih bahulu. Tuangkan batter hingga menutupi acuan.
6. Bakar sehingga kuning keemasan.

7 comments:

  1. Wow simply delish. Recipe calls for less ingredients. Looks yummy.

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  2. lamanya tak mkn baulu...sedap nampak ni mama...

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  3. salam ma...
    lompat dr blog mat...pon wat bahulu gak...musim bahulu kot...sedapnye...kalu dapat ngap seketui 2 nih...

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  4. what a simple yet refreshing recipe!

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  5. Jealousnya tengok bahulu mama guna the right mould. Tak sabar nak balik Msia beli segala mak datuk mould. lol.

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  6. Hi MamaFami, I love this too. But I dont have the mould yet, so I usually get it from Jusco, theirs is lovely too.

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  7. I have been nostalgic the pass few weeks and came across your recipe two hours ago. Wow, the last batch just came out of the oven. Thanks ever so much for sharing the fuss free bahulu recipe. It is fuss free, did it all within an hour. I didn't have the proper mold but settle for a small cup cake tray, look as sweet like flying saucer:) Looking forward to try more recipe from your lovely site. Wassalam

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