I bought the normal metal Kuih Baulu tray (not those heavy metal type) last year! But I didn’t have time to try it then so I’m pretty set that I shld do it this year. I am not sure how a good Kuih Baulu is but most of them that I try is hard on the outside and dry in the inside.
I’m using Fenying‘s recipe this round and I do like the texture, it’s slightly crisp on the outside and spongy inside, it isn’t dry which makes it easier to eat. As the mould is fairly small so they came out petite and cute! I made 3 variations here – the normal one, one with chocolate chip and lastly I added dried glazed cherries inside for the festive season!
Ingredients B: (sifted)
140g cake flour (I used top flour)
20g rice flour
2.5g double action baking powder
1/4 tsp vanilla extract
1. put eggs into a mixing bowl. Use high speed to whisk until frothy. Add in sugar slowly.
Whisk mixure until very light and fluffy (about 20mins)
2. Fold flour slowly into egg mixure in one direction. Add in vanilla oil and melted butter
3. Pour into greased trays
4. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 200ºC 10/15mins till golden brown
5. Remove kuih baulu from tray
Yields 50 pcs.
Recipe adapted from 我的厨房笔记