Thursday, October 4, 2012

Rabbit Snowskin Mooncakes

Yesterday i use the balance Kor Fun flour and lotus paste filling to make this little rabbit for my son Lucas to bring to school as they are celebrating Children's day today..



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This time i changed a bit the snowskin ingredients, i added cooked Hong Kong Flour in order to get more flexible dough as to easy make rabbit shaping. The result is better than purely use Kor Fun or cooked glutinous flour, but still hard to get smooth skin, you can see all these little rabbits with wrinkle skin, hehehe..
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30 mini rabbits ready to meet the children ^_^

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Rabbit Snowskin Mooncakes
(recipe source : by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)
*makes 32 pcs

Snowskin pastry
125g Kor Fun (cooked glutinous rice flour)
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50g cooked Hong Kong Flour ( fry in a non-stick frying pan over low heat for 15mins)
30g Crisco shortening
135g icy cold water
80g icing sugar
1/2tsp vanilla extract, Cointreau or Kirsch (optional)
Filling
260g white lotus filling, weight 8g each and shape to ball

Red food colouring

Method
1. Sift Koh Fun, Hong Kong flour and icing sugar into a mixing bowl.
2. Rub shortening into the flour mixture.
3. Gradually mix in icy cold water and mix to form soft dough.
4. Weight each dough 12g and shape to ball.
5. Wrap filling with dough, shape to oval shape and use the back of a butter knife to make the rabbit’s ear and use toothpick to make two red dots as rabbit’s eyes.
6. Chill before serving.

41 comments:

Siew said...

wow!! they're so cute! can i have 2 for my kids please??

sabrina 莎莎 said...

Sonia~~
你好!!这迷你可爱的呢!!!
我很喜欢迷你迷你的作品 =)

之前你问的问题,我是找人代购如何直接运来我家的。。=)都帮衬了有年半了。。。=)

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Cass @ 揾到食 said...

Very cute rabbits :)

Baby Sumo said...

Lately a lot of ppl making pig and rabbit mooncakes, so cute lah!

Mel said...

Your children is so blessed to have you to bake and make something so unique and special to bring to school. Those children at school must be full of envy and impressed looking at these bunny!

noobcook said...

almost too cute to eat!~~

Mich - Piece of Cake said...

So cute! You have great shaping skills.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

So cute....

Today i'm not too late... hehe...

Elaine said...

These are so cute-so thoughtful of you to make these for the children.

Karen said...

Wow,... very cute rabbits.. :)

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Sonia, I always get excited to receive your email update to see what you have been cooking! These bunnies are so cute!!

Kimmy said...

Hi Sonia, your son is so lucky, mummy is so creative. Nice.

cikmanggis said...

cantiknya!!!anda sungguh kreatif sekali Sonia:)Tempat letak kuih tu pun cantik..nampak macam rabbit sedamg berehat dalam sangkarnya hehe.

Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

WOW! Those mini rabbits are so cute. I also made 30 piggies for the children's day!

yvonne said...

OMG! They are too cute to be eaten!

*clap clap* Can I have one ;)

Small Kucing said...

I totally agree with Yvonne...they are just too cute to be eaten lah

Kit @ i-lostinausten said...

These are soo adorable! Love it! :)

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Children day was my fav day when I was young. These little bunnies look very cute! What a smart way to get rid of the flour!

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

不错哟
很像兔子:)

mui mui said...

Sonia,
These snow skin bunnies are so cute..:)
I never add cooked Hong Kong flour into my snow skin before. I must try your recipe next year.
mui..^^

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Kawaiii~
Oh your son so lucky, he must be the most popular boy in his class.

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Honey Bee Sweets said...

Heehee, great idea to use up all those ingredients and yet still pleasing a big group of children, brilliant! On one hand I feel that the rabbits are so cute, on the other hand, I feel like popping them in my mouth! Sound like a sadist! Haha

蚊子 said...

Sonia, I really really love your snowskin mooncake~ so cute! :D

Li Shuan said...

cute bunnies! Can use for Easter treat already....hehe... This year I didn't do any snowskin mooncake see whether I can make some next year.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Sonia, you are really hardworking! Lovely bunnies mooncakes!

Shu Han said...

awwwwww shoooo cuttteeeee haha

divya said...

wow that's looks super tempting ...lovely pics

Gloria said...

Sonia I love mooncakes and these are soooo cute!!:)

daphne said...

lucky kids!!!! These look amazing. Not only they are cute, I bet they can't wait to cut open to see what's inside!! Amazing work Sonia.

Eileen, Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

Cute little rabbits! Awesome :)

Jeannie Tay said...

Wow! You very "kut lat" lol! I said I wanted to make the nutty mooncakes for my mom but still pending:p The rabbits are so cute!

Phong Hong said...

Aiyo, Sonia, the rabbits so cute! Luckily they can't jumping on the grass :)

Yee Ling said...

Those cute rabbits also look like the pao. Argghhh....geram. They are so cute!

Anne Regalado said...

I agree with everyone , these rabbits are so cute ! :D Another creative idea , Sonia ! I bet Lucas and his classmates really enjoyed munching these !

Cheah said...

Your children are so lucky to have a supermom like you, Sonia!

lena said...

wrinkles? they are old rabbits then! LOL!

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