Genmai Love Letters (Kuih Kapit)
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Serve: 35 - 40 pcs
Prep time: 20 mins
Cooking time: 30 mins+
Total time: 50 mins
7g of SUISEN / Genmai powder
3 pcs of Egg
65g Sugar (opt. 50g White Sugar & 15g Coconut Sugar)
50g of Rice Flour
6g of Tapioca Starch
110ml of Coconut Milk (Fresh) 40ml of Water *Prepare Kuih Kapit mould, brush & cooking oil
- In a mixing bowl, mix the eggs and sugar until well combined. : You could add some coconut sugar for nice golden-brown color.
- Next, slowly add in the dry ingredients, coconut milk, and water, and whisk until well incorporated.
- Then, sieve the batter twice to ensure there are no lumps. Set aside to rest for 10 mins.
- Lightly grease the mould, and heat up over the stove on low-medium heat.
- When the mould is sufficiently hot, pour the batter onto the mould with a ladle. Then close the mould and cook on low-medium heat for about 30 - 40 seconds on each side. : The cooking time is crucial depending on the heat. If it’s undercooked, the Love Letters will turn soft quickly. If it’s overcooked, it will crack easily when you fold it.
- Remove the Love Letter when golden brown. Fold it while it’s still hot, but be quick. As it crisps up quickly. : Before removing the Love Letters from the mould, trim the extras on the edges with a fruit knife.
- Set aside to cool completely and store in an air-tight container.