Kue Tok/ Purple Ang Ku Kueh. In this video we bring to you Ang Ku Kueh, aka red tortoise cakes! They are shaped to look like tortoise shells and represent good fortune and blessings. A popular local snack here, we've decided to use this recipe for its sweet mung bean filling and soft chewy skin.

Kue Tok/ Purple Ang Ku Kueh Purple Ku Kueh or Purple Ku Kue, norm name 'ang ku kueh' is normally in red. This scrumptious dessert is very popular traditional desert found in South East. Learn how to make traditional ang ku kueh filled with homemade mung bean paste. Cara membuatnya pun cukup mudah, kawan-kawan dapat menghidangkan Kue Tok/ Purple Ang Ku Kueh hanya dengan menggunakan 15 bahan dan 11 langkah saja. Berikut ini bahan dan cara untuk memasaknya, yuk kita coba resep Kue Tok/ Purple Ang Ku Kueh!

Bahan-bahan Kue Tok/ Purple Ang Ku Kueh

  1. Sediakan of A. Isian :.
  2. Dibutuhkan of Kacang ijo.
  3. Sediakan of Bahan :.
  4. Sediakan 150 gr of kacang ijo (rendam selama 6 jam).
  5. Siapkan 100 of gula halus.
  6. Gunakan dikit of Garam.
  7. Gunakan 2 sdm of minyak jagung.
  8. Diperlukan of B. Kulit.
  9. Siapkan of Bahan :.
  10. Dibutuhkan 200 gr of tepung ketan.
  11. Dibutuhkan 120 gr of ubi unggu (kukus dan haluskan).
  12. Gunakan 150 ml of air.
  13. Siapkan 15 gr of gula halus.
  14. Dibutuhkan 3 sdm of minyak jagung.
  15. Gunakan of Siapkan daun pisang dan gunting sesuai cetakan.

This recipe is very easy yet it gives you that soft yet chewy texture. Ang ku kueh is made with natural coloring from beetroot juice and pandan juice. Ang Ku kueh is one of the popular Asian Snacks among the Chinese and Peranankan. Ang Ku kueh literally means Red Tortoise Cake.

Cara membuat Kue Tok/ Purple Ang Ku Kueh

  1. Kukuskan kacang ijo yg sudah di rendam selama 40 menit atau sampai matang kemudian blender halus..
  2. Tumis kacang ijo yg telah di haluskan dgn gula, garam dan minyak jagung, aduk rata dan bisa di pulung..
  3. Bulatkan adonan 25 gr atau 15 gr (tergantung cetakan) sisihkan..
  4. Campurkan semua bahan B di atas, uleni hingga kalis dan tidak melengket..
  5. Bagi adonan dan bulatkan 40 gr atau 25 gr (tergantung cetakan).
  6. Pipihkan adonan isi masukkan bahan isian (kacang ijo) bulatkan..
  7. Kemudian cetak pada cetakan yg suda di taburi sedikit tepung ketan biar nga melengket..
  8. Ketuk2 samping cetakan biar adonan keluar mulus dr cetakan..
  9. Letakkan pada daun pisang yg telah di gunting.
  10. Panaskan air hingga mendidih dan kukus dgn api besar selama 10 menit.
  11. Angkat dan olesi sedikit minyak di atas kue. Siap di sajikan..

The Chinese traditionally believe that eating this 'Ang Ku Kueh' would bring longevity to those who are eating it and bring about good fortune and prosperity. Making Kueh At Home – Ang Ku Kueh. Did you know that eating Ang Ku Kueh, also known as the Red Tortoise Cake, is a sign of longevity? They are shaped to look like tortoise shells with the Chinese character "寿" (which means 'longevity") imprinted in the centre. Ang Ku Kueh Girl lives on the Little Red Dot island with friends & family.