Ingredients

  • Serves 2 portions
  • plain muah chee:
    200 g glutinous rice flour
  • 200 ml water

  • 300 g ground peanuts

  • 150 g sugar 

  • 10 ml oil

  • 3 g salt

     

  • black sesame muah chee:

    100 g glutinous rice flour

  • 40 g black sesame (finely ground)

  • 150 ml water

  • 150 ml black sesame powder

  • 100 g sugar

  • 10 ml oil

  • 6 g salt

  • cinnamon sugar muah chee:

    200 g glutinous rice flour

  • 200 ml water

  • 5 g cinnamon powder

  • 95 g sugar

  • 10 ml oil

  • 3 g salt

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Recipe Courtesy of
Asian Food Network

Muah Chee

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Fancy something other than traditional peanut or white sesame Muah Chee? Coat it with the even nuttier and nutritious black sesame or cinnamon sugar. Compared to white sesame, black sesame packs more fibre, iron and calcium, and is often used in Asian desserts. The best part about Muah Chee making that it can be a fun affair for both kids and adults, and there’s no pressure in crafting out perfect shapes!
  • Easy
  • 20 min
  • 30 min
  • 15 min
  • 2 steps
  • 6 Ingredients
  • Easy
  • 2 steps
  • 6 Ingredients
  • 20 min
  • 30 min
  • 15 min

Instructions

  1. Preparing the dough

    • Combine rice flour, oil, water and a pinch salt (save the other pinch for the peanuts). Mix until smooth.

    • Pre-heat rice cooker, and grease it with oil, pour in mixture and start folding. If a paper-like skin begins to form at the bottom, change the setting to keep warm.

    • Continue to fold till the mixture is smooth, shiny and elastic. Turn off the rice cooker and let it rest.

    Preparing the dough


  2. Mixing in with the peanuts

    • Take a flat tray, pour ground peanuts, sugar and a pinch of salt. (Mix well)

    • Use a scissors and cut the muah chee into bite-sized and toss them into the sweeten ground peanuts. Toss them around, make sure it is coated with the ground peanuts.

    Mixing in with the peanuts


  3. Black Sesame Muah Chee Step 1: Preparing the dough

    • Combine rice flour, oil, grinded sesame seeds, water and 3gm/a pinch of salt. Mix it until well combined.

    • Pre-heat rice cooker, and grease it with oil, pour in mixture and start folding gently. Fold for 5-6mins. If a paper-like skin begins to form at the bottom, change the setting to keep warm.

    • Fold till the mixture is smooth, shiny and elastic. Turn off the rice cooker and let it rest

    Black Sesame Muah Chee Step 1: Preparing the dough


  4. Coat black sesame muah chee

    • Take a flat tray, pour black sesame powder, sugar and a pinch of salt. (Mix well)

    • Use a scissors and cut the muah chee into bite-sized and toss them into the mixed sesame powder. Toss them around, make sure to give them a good coating

    Coat black sesame muah chee


  5. Cinnamon Sugar Muah Chee

    • Combine rice flour, oil, water and a pinch salt. Mix until smooth.

    • Pre-heat rice cooker, and grease it with oil, pour in mixture and start folding gently. If a paper-like skin begins to form at the bottom, change the setting to keep warm.

    • Continue to fold till the mixture is smooth, shiny and elastic. Turn off the rice cooker and let it rest.

    • Take a flat tray, pour cinnamon powder, sugar and a pinch of salt. (Mix well)

    • Use a scissors and cut the muah chee into bite-sized and toss them into the mixed cinnamon sugar. Toss them around, make sure to give them a good coating.

    • Ready to serve.

    Cinnamon Sugar Muah Chee


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    Ingredients
    • Serves 2 portions
    • plain muah chee:
      200 g glutinous rice flour
    • 200 ml water

    • 300 g ground peanuts

    • 150 g sugar 

    • 10 ml oil

    • 3 g salt

       

    • black sesame muah chee:

      100 g glutinous rice flour

    • 40 g black sesame (finely ground)

    • 150 ml water

    • 150 ml black sesame powder

    • 100 g sugar

    • 10 ml oil

    • 6 g salt

    • cinnamon sugar muah chee:

      200 g glutinous rice flour

    • 200 ml water

    • 5 g cinnamon powder

    • 95 g sugar

    • 10 ml oil

    • 3 g salt

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