Quite easy to make actually, simple cook two type of batter till thick
then mix two batters and swirl to make marble effect..do not over work on this otherwise you can't get marble effect.
Marble Pumpkin Talam / Kuih 大理石南瓜糕*makes a 7” round cake
To make pumpkin layer450ml water50g Hoen kwe flour or green bean flour150g mashed pumpkin100g caster sugar
To make coconut layer175ml coconut milk135ml water25g Hoen kwe flour or green bean flour40g caster sugar½ tsp fine salt4 pandan leaves (screwpine leaves), knotted
1. To make pumpkin layer. Combine all pumpkin ingredients (A) into a sauce pan and simmer over medium low till the mixture became thick. Stir from time to time as not to burnt the bottom.2. Transfer pumpkin mixture into the prepared tray, set aside.3. To make coconut layer. Combine coconut ingredients into a sauce pan and simmer over medium low heat till the mixture became thick. Stir from time to time as not to burnt the bottom.4. Remove the pandan leaves then transfer the coconut mixture to the pumpkin mixture, stir the mixture to make the swirl effect. Do not over stir otherwise you will not get marble effect.5. Steam the mixture for 30mins over medium low heat. Don’t worry if you see the kuih still runny.6. Cool the kuih completely and store in the fridge before slice it.
Recipe adapted from My Little Space, with minor changes
This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (Oct 2014 Event: PUMPKIN) organised by Zoe (Bake for Happy Kids) and Mui Mui (My Little Favourite DIY) and hosted by Eileen (Eileen's Diary)