Saturday, September 22, 2012

Recipe: Mini snow skin mooncake with green tea paste & single egg yolk

I love snow skin mooncakes and I super love snow skin moncakes with salted egg yolks! The snow skin mooncake with green tea paste and single egg yolk from Toh Lee Chinese Restaurant in InterContinental KL is one of my favourite ones this year. Here's the recipe as shared by Master Chef Lo Tian Sion.



The salted egg yolks from Toh Lee were really good!


Mini snow skin mooncakes with green tea paste and single egg yolk
Recipe courtesy of InterContinental KL 
Makes 4 mooncakes



Ingredients
For the snow skin
600g icing sugar
300g cooked glutinous rice flour (koh fun)
100g shortening
10g green tea powder
100g water

For the filling:
300g green tea paste
4 pc salted egg yolk, cooked


1. Put all the ingredients for the snow skin dough in the mixing bowl. Using your hands, mix well and let it rest for 10 minutes.




2. Divide the green tea paste into 4 portions and roll into balls. Make a slight dent in the ball, place the egg yolk inside, wrap and set aside.

3. Spread some glutinous rice flour on the table. Knead the dough into long strips then cut into 4 portions. Roll out the dough into circular shape and wrap the dough around the green tea filling.



4. Sprinkle some glutinous rice flour in the mooncake mould. Put in the filled dough balls and press firmly.

5. Lastly, knock it out from the mould. These can be eaten immediately or place in the fridge to chill.




*Note: I have not tried and tested this recipe yet.

Click here to read my review on InterContinental KL's mooncakes.

*This recipe was featured on Asian Food Channel's FB page on 24 Sept 2012.

21 comments:

  1. This year I have very little mooncake, so far only tried the MO and LiYen one. :)

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    1. And also Grand Millennium passion fruit one ;)

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    1. Haha I also hope I can make one as nice as this!

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  3. I love snowskin mooncakes too. Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  4. I like the snowskin mooncakes the best. :-)

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    1. Me too! Though I have to say lots of baked ones impressed me this year too.

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  5. my children like snowskin mooncake, hopefully i have time to try this out, Thanks for sharing.

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  6. green tea paste and salted egg yolk ... that's actually quite an unusual combo, right. i don't think i've ever tasted them together before. very cool :D

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    1. Yeah, usually dont find many snow skin mooncakes with egg yolk filling. It was YUM!

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  7. I'm old school. Give me the authentic traditional skin, no snowskin for me, thank you.

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  8. I think I will definitely enjoy green tea moon cakes... since I love the flavors.

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    1. I love those with quite a strong green taste taste (slightly bitter ones).

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  9. I haven't tried snowy mooncake skin with salted yolks yet ! I'm sure it tastes yummy !

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  10. *drool* havent makan any mooncake yet . . . a reminder from your site hahaha :X

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    1. Faster faster... got less than a week left!

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  11. hi yen, i cant remember whether i've tried green tea before..actually there are lots of flavours i never tried , always stick to the lotus paste.. aiyah, i'm so old fashioned!

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