Thursday, November 30, 2006

Huat-Kueh aka Fa-Gao

Thanks esther for sharing the link to the recipe. As what she said, simply EASY! You just need to mix all the ingredients and pour into paper cups and steam. VIOLA! you get soft and yummy home-made Huat Kueh!

Recipe taken from our local chinese DJ, Fenying's blog.

I have posted her recipe here for your easy ref.

Fa Gao

Original Version:
250g sifted Self-raising flour
200g Brown sugar
220g Coconut Milk (½coconut, mixed with 100g water, Squeezed out coconut milk)

My Modified Version:
250g sifted Self-raising flour
170g Dark Brown sugar*
250g Fresh Packed Coconut Milk* (you can get it from NTUC or supermarkets)

1. Mix Self-raising flour & Dark Brown sugar into a mixing bowl.
2. Add in Coconut milk and mix until well-combined.
3. Line aluminum cup with paper cup .
4. Pour batter into cup till 90% full, steam with high heat for 15 minutes.


Anonymous said...

Can you please post the recipe?

Cranberry said...


Pls click the 'link' the the end of the last pictures of the fa-gao. You can find the recipe at Feiying's blog.

WhItE_PoPlAr said...


I have never tasted Fa-gao. Must try some later. But I am very inexperienced in making Asian desserts. :(

As for the Morello Cherry Jam, if you cant find any, let me know ok? I will send some over for you!



Cranberry said...

That's very nice of you, WP. Appreciate that but I wouldn't want to trouble you lah. Btw, I found one at our local supermarket but is not Morello Cherry Jam. Is their in-house jam and I was thinking ... maybe i will just go and get one small bottle first, try it out ya!

Cranberry said...

Oh btw WP, do try out the fa-gao. This is really yummy..with just simple ingreds and methods. Make sure add enough coconut milk to get the soft texture.

WhItE_PoPlAr said...

Canberry, Morrelo Cherry Jam is not sweet but a bit sour as well. Not sure how the other jams will taste! :)

Cranberry said...

Noted, WP. Thanks..

Happy said...

made this fa-gao today. Yippee ! its a success. when i open the kuali cover, many smiling fa-gao were smiling at me & they are tasty too.

CuCu said...

I will try the recipe,look like very simple to make it.

Anonymous said...

wow! I tried this today and they turned out really well!!!
Yummy too!

But remember to use dark brown sugar...I used brown sugar and the colour was really light... like butter cake... Haha

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Anonymous said...

Can I clarify if it is 250cc or 250g coconut milk?

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