Choc Chip Kuih Bahulu
Recipe source : Adapted from Amy Beh ( The Star News paper 4/10/2005 )
There is a Malay lady near my office who sells oven fresh kuih bahulu. Her kuih bahulu are hot sellers. I often need to queue up to wait for her kuih bahulu. She sells the original ones as well and other varieties which look very colourful. But my favourite is her kuih bahulu with chocolate chips.
Since I have time during the weekends, I wanted to try my hands making it. I used Amy Beh's recipe, but I reduced the amount of sugar used and I added chocolate chips.
This is great for tea time over a cup of black coffee !
150g castor sugar
120g self-raising flour, sifted
120g plain flour, sifted
1/1 2 tsp baking powder
100g chocolate chips
2 tbsp corn oil for brushing
1. Beat castor sugar and eggs together in a mixer until white, for about 20 minutes.
2. Fold in sifted flour, baking powder and plain flour. Mix well.
3. Add chocolate chips and stir to mix well.
4. Heat a kuih bahulu mould in the oven until very hot. Brush with corn oil.
5. Spoon batter with chocolate chips into the bahulu mould and bake at 200degree C for about 10 -12 minutes, or until golden.
6. Remove the baked kuih bahulu with a skewer.
7. Brush the mould with corn oil again and repeat the process to spoon batter into the mould.
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