Soon after producing the Blue Pea with Coconut Milk Jelly Mooncake the other day, I had to find a way to use up the extra jelly filling. For example, we produced thinner white layer in the main photo, we only applied around 1/6 of the total skin jelly liquid for white and five/6 for strawberry. The pandan flavour is light, not also overpowering so you get that slight fragrance but the filling stands out a lot more. Finally, the recipe here is made for miniature mooncakes, which are about 50 to 60 grams in size.
Master Chef Lap Fai and his group have come up with two new snowskin mooncake flavours for this year – a mini snowskin avocado with almond flakes (S$9.50 per piece), and a Golden SG50 mini snowskin red/white twist (S$9.50 per piece above) which is made with a shape of the Merlion’s head on top. This year, their Red Lantern Tea Mooncake Collection requires the cake, with their delicate tea-infused flavours and artfully-made shapes. Next bring the coconut milk mixture to a boil over low heat and then let boil for at least a minute. This recipe is just one possibility that I found along the way while cooking.
When the mooncake is no longer hot, apply egg wash then bake for yet another 7 minutes until golden brown. I was inspired by those desirable, vibrant and colourful jelly mooncakes on the internet and of course these selling in the stalls. The dough or skin of …READ MORE