♥...Apam Tepung Beras...♥
Finally I'm able to post this N3! My project last night!
This recipe became really famous overnight! And the recipe owner is none other than...a person whom we fondly call Kak Watie, from Penang!
I, however missed seeing this apam at her blog initially... and luckily Ros from Osaka promoted the recipe at her blog then! So, credit goes to both!
This is my first attempt making steamed apam...I think it should be opening up at the surface, unfortunately mine did not! (Ros, we were in the same boat!) . But the taste is surely 2 thumbs up! I just loved it...so fluffy! Rishie and Ashika joined me as well!
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Okey, here's the recipe...translated to English...
Tepung Apam Beras (Rice Flour Apam) by KakWatie!
1 cup cooked rice
2 cups rice flour
1 cup sugar
1 1/4 cup water
1 teaspoon yeast
1 pack eno
1. Blend rice with water until smooth and then add sugar, rice flour and yeast. Blend again until synonymous. Put mixture into an airtight container and cover it. Marinate for 3-4 hours.
2. Stir the mixture gently and add eno, continue stirring. Colour it if U like and leave it awhile. ( I coloured them as I wish...hehe)
3. Heat water in steamer. Add mixture into moulds and steam it for 15-20 minutes over high flame. (pour only 3/4 of each mould)
4. Can be served with grated coconut (steamed and added lil salt) if desire. I had it just like that!
love, we're in the same boat!!! hehehe sbb tu k.nor buat apam mentega yg mmg jenis tak mekar.. senang citer heheReplyDelete
wow...apam love buat ni..bikin kakmin rasa nak makan apam at this hour..huhuhu...mana nak cari lak..erkkkk..bukan preggie okeh!ReplyDelete
Love..how tempting..ni I lagi nak buat tau!!..I got the ingredients ready..but first wanna check out the lassi..ReplyDelete
What strange! I didn't know these! They look very soft and are full of colour ^_^ReplyDelete
This is looking great! Very colorful!
BTW, posted the award dear. Do check it out.
Hai Love....gebusssnya apam ni...makan ngan kelapa parut ni memang best....Ada masa nanti boleh cuba untuk sarapanReplyDelete
Wow Love so colorful the apam, came to grab some...he..he...ReplyDelete
alamak Love..ramai yang dah buat apam ni..cantik!!cm nak buat juga ya..cm ambik resepi ya..t.kasihReplyDelete
Wah, this Apam Klang very "Sui" -cantik in Hokkian...hehehe..ReplyDelete
Its new to me...Looks very colourful and soft..ReplyDelete
Wow so colorful apams!!!! Fantastic clicks dear.ReplyDelete
hi love..miss u!!ReplyDelete
Tak sabar nak makan bila tgk apam tu..menggoda btul hingga tergoda i...
Tq Love for trying out the recipe....rasanya what you need to do is kuatkan api so that air dalam steamer tu betul2 boiling...baru mekar Dear! Better luck next time....!ReplyDelete
tes muffins bien moelleux et aéré de jolies couleurs ils sont appétissantsReplyDelete
Wow! Looks so colorful and tempting!ReplyDelete
wow thats really really beautiful & bright..love the colours ..ReplyDelete
Seriously these cakes are made with rice? They look perfect.ReplyDelete
Very nice colors.ReplyDelete
beauuutiful.....vibrant colors make them very tempting..ReplyDelete
so colorful they look so delicate and full of flavorReplyDelete
KakNor ~~> Hehe akak buat apa pun still cantik kak! Looks like love gonna start steaming more apams! :)ReplyDelete
KakMin ~~> Aisey, dpt tak apam tuh kak??? Love baru 1st time, happy it's tasty although tak mekar. hehe ;)ReplyDelete
Kak Yat ~~> Hi Kak, hehe okok! Don't forget to send me some Sweet Lassi too! ;)ReplyDelete
Federica ~~> Hehe, this steamed apams are quite famous here! ;)ReplyDelete
Cool Lassie ~~> Hey, tks alot ya! Okey, I'll be checking on U! :)ReplyDelete
Sue ~~> Sue, mmg gebus apam ni Sue! Tak regret trying it! Next time nak cuba mkn ngan kelapa parut lak! hehe ;)ReplyDelete
Treat ~~> Can U reach it kak??? :DReplyDelete
KakCM ~~> Sure kak! Mmg sedap! Akak kena cuba...hehe ;)ReplyDelete
Sonia ~~> Hehe, tks Sonia! We are Klangites ma! ;)ReplyDelete
Tina ~~> Tks ya Tina~ :)ReplyDelete
Deepa ~~> Hi Deepa, tks ya! ;)ReplyDelete
CikguNor ~~> Hi Kak, mmg sedap apam nih! Nnt try na! ;)ReplyDelete
KakWatie ~~> Here comes the recipe owner! Akak, tks for the tips kak! But I'm sure gonna do it again and again! Whether mekar or not, the taste is marvellous! :)ReplyDelete
Tks for sharing ya!
Fimere ~~> Tks ya Fimere~! ;)ReplyDelete
Padhu ~~> Tks ya Padhu! ;)ReplyDelete
Sushma ~~> Tks alot ya Sush! ;)ReplyDelete
Indosungod ~~> Hi, welcome aboard! Yeah, this apam is made of cooked rice and rice flour. :)ReplyDelete
Saveurs ~~> Tks ya! ;)ReplyDelete
Gulmohar ~~> Tks ya! ;)ReplyDelete
Sweetlife ~~> Tks alot ya! ;)ReplyDelete
Oh wow that looks so yumm..cute shapes and love the colors of those cuties.ReplyDelete
Used to make steamed appams.Never tried adding colours.Wat a grt idea dearReplyDelete
Pavithra ~~> Hehe, tks ya! ;)ReplyDelete
Shahana ~~> Hehe, U can find lots of colourful steamed appams in Malaysia & Singapore...;)ReplyDelete
wow lovely appams...so nice colors...lovely combo...nice recipeReplyDelete
appam looks delicious.amazinging bright colours,ReplyDelete