Saturday, September 3, 2011

Green Tea Snow Skin Mooncake 绿茶冰皮月饼

Green tea snow skin mooncake绿茶冰皮月饼


My son Lucas prefers snow skin mooncake, i made this green tea mooncake for him as he also like green tea flavour. Snow skin mooncake is quick and easy to make, definitely more simple than traditional mooncakes.



Green tea snow skin mooncake绿茶冰皮月饼



Green tea snow skin mooncake绿茶冰皮月饼


Do you know how to cut a mooncake to perfect size per serving ? Simply make 4 slices and divided into 8 equal portions.

Green tea snow skin mooncake绿茶冰皮月饼


Nowadays you can easily find all softs of ingredients needed to make mooncake in bakery ingredient shop, they even sell mooncake box which come together with inner plastic box, only cost me RM 0.65 per set for a big box.

Green tea snow skin mooncake绿茶冰皮月饼



Green tea snow skin mooncake 绿茶冰皮月饼
(recipe source: adapted from Jane's corner)
*makes 2 mooncakes x 3” diamenter

Snow Skin
Green tea snow skin mooncake绿茶冰皮月饼50g Koh hun (cooked glutinous rice flour) 糕粉
60g Icing sugar糖粉
16g Shortening白油
60g Cold water冷水
1tsp matcha powder绿茶


Green tea lotus paste filling
200g white lotus paste白莲蓉
melon seeds瓜子
Method-mix all together to form a soft dough, weighted 100g and shape to ball

Method
1. Sift Koh Fun,matcha powder and Icing sugar into a mixing bowl.
2. Rub shortening into the flour mixture.
3. Gradually mix in cold water and mix to form a soft dough.
4. Weight each dough 60g and shape to ball.
5. Flatten the dough ball and place a green tea lotus paste ball on top, wrap and seal the dough by slowly push the dough until totally cover the whole lotus paste ball. Slightly shape into a ball again.
6. Place mooncake inside the mould, flatten dough to conform to shape of mould.
7. Knock the mooncake mould on solid surface and slowly remove the mooncake.
8. Chill before serving





Green tea snow skin mooncake绿茶冰皮月饼


I am submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #11: Mid-Autumn Treats (September 2011) hosted by Happy Home Baking


43 comments:

Bakeling said...

DHL 1 pc here !Thank you !

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

不知道为什么,很喜欢绿绿的料理
你的这个太美了:)

茄子 said...

这个饼模的图案很美哩,这里的烘焙店好象没看到。

Jes's Deli Corner said...

I bought few set boxes yesterday cost RM0.65 also.

蓝色小厨 said...

Look beautiful and like the green green colour...and your moon cake mould also nice!

Belly Good Cooking said...

I like green tea snowskin mooncake too compared to others. I find green tea smells and tastes refreshing.

Yours look good and very green..

J.O said...

哇~很美的绿色(^_^)
不会暗沉沉的,我喜欢噢

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

So this was the mooncake that you were talking about that day.
It looks beautiful.
I don't think you will ever buy mooncake again. LOL.

Anncoo said...

I love the green colour of your mooncake, so pretty!

Priti said...

This looks fab ...love the snow peas idea ...

Gloria said...

Sonia look absolutely delicious!! love the colour! gloria

hankerie said...

Wow..looks yummy. Can I have a sample too?

reanaclaire said...

my son also exclaimed.. "wahhh" when he saw this...

cherry potato said...

好漂亮的绿色,我也正打算要做绿草冰皮月饼;不过先来你家吃了.

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

Very nice! Sonia, may I know if yours need to bring to room temperature before eating? I am asking as mine was a little hard when kept in the fridge, so needs to bring to room temperature to soften it. Thank you!

Cuisine Paradise said...

Wow!!! Lovely Jade Green Mooncake you have over there!!!!

hanushi said...

Love your green tea mooncakes, looks bright and cheerful!!! :)

kitchen flavours said...

Your mooncakes looks beautiful. I have not even tried any mooncakes yet! And they are extremely expensive!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Very nice! You even made your own mooncake!

Cheah said...

Looks lovely, Sonia. Yes snow skin ones are definitely more easy to make than traditional ones. Thanks for sharing!

Barefeet In The Kitchen said...

These cakes are so unique! I've never even heard of one. I can't imagine the taste though. There are several ingredients that I haven't used before. I'd love to try one.

Torviewtoronto said...

colourful moon cake looks wonderful

Ah Tze said...

beautifully done pingpi mooncakes!! Nice green! I bought some boxes to store the mooncakes too :)

Small Small Baker said...

Lovely green! I like!

Spoon and Chopsticks said...

They certainly look very beautiful and tasty.

http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/

Sherleen.T said...

yeah,the green color looks natural and lovely...snow skin looks soft and delicious :)

eileenlee said...

wow...green is always beautiful. Have yet to try the snowskin mooncake, must give a try one day.

AhTee said...

Sui! I love the mould!! Difficult to find it in Rawang, any complete retails in Klang to recommend?

Jeannie said...

Your greentea mooncakes looks so pretty! I don't why but I have not got the mood to bake any mooncakes yet lol! Maybe I need to see more mooncakes to get inspired!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Eileen@HED, yes, you need to bring down to room temp before cutting, otherwise it is hard to cut.

Quay Po Cooks said...

Sonia, you are going to be a mooncake diva soon! hehe... nice one.

Angel @ Cook.Bake.Love said...

Beautiful sNowskin. Did u add green tea powder in the dough? Coz it doesn't mention in ur recipe. I wonder if I can use green tea powder for baking to mix with the flour.

Amelia's De-ssert said...

nice mooncake, loves the jade color.

daphne said...

It's perfectly even as well!! I cant wait to taste mooncake this year when I do some travelling!! no time to make our own ;(

Dmarie said...

wow, well done!

Joelyn said...

Yr green tea kuih bulan very GREEN, and very nice to see......and how the taste? hehehehe

Dzoli said...

This is peace of art Sonia;))
You have awards on my blog..deserved;)

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Angel, yes, i add green tea into lotus paste, check the above recipe. As for adding green tea and bake it, i'm not sure, i have yet to try out.

Angel @ Cook.Bake.Love said...

Sonia , I read that u add green tea powder into the lotus paste but how about the skin ? What kind of green tea powder are u using ?

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Angel, so sorry, I was wrote wrongly by adding green tea powder to lotus paste but not into the skin, memory full liao, hahaha..just amended.

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

You are amazing Sonia... they look like store bought - perfect shape and no flaw!!! Your son is lucky...mommy can make anything. ;-)

Colin Woon said...

Mooncake you pun boleh! Then again, you're so talented in the kitchen, I bet you can make anything you have your mind on.

bluestarstsl said...

hi. can i know where to buy the lotus paste and melon sead? do you know where can the red bean paste as well? thanks!

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