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Sunday, July 24, 2011

Muah Chee

Muah Chee
During our younger days, we used to have Muah Chee for Ringgit 0.50 per pack.  Nowadays, we can only get MuahChee at Ringgit 2.00 per pack and it no longer taste as good as before. This led me to look for the recipe and I came across the recipes from No Frills and reesekitchen and gave it a try because of the simple procedures.  It turned out well and my family loves it very much and requested for more. 
Here are the ingredients and method.   I tripled [3 times] the quantity so that I can use up the peanut coating.

100 gm glutinous rice flour
100 to 110 ml water
2 tsp sugar
a little oil to grease plastic bag
Muah Chee Coating Ingredients [Mix together] - enough for 300 gm dough
150 gm grounded peanut [finely grounded]
40 gm sesame seed [grounded]
75 gm castor sugar
Glutinous Rice Flour & Peanut/Sesame Coating
Step 1 - Add water to flour then add sugar
Step 1 - stir till mixture is not lumpy
Step 1 -  Mixture after steaming for 15 minutes
Step 1.  Put glutinous rice flour in a steaming bowl.  Add in water gradually and stir to combine well with flour then add in sugar.  Continue to stir till mixture is smooth and not lumpy. Prepare a steamer with water.  Bring water to a boil on high heat and put in mixture to steam for 15-20 minutes or until muah chee is cooked.  Off fire, remove to cool for 10 minutes.
Step 2
Step 2.  Oil a plastic bag and put in cool muah chee.  Knead till smooth and Q. 
Step 3
Step 3.   Put peanut mixture coating in a tray.  Transfer a piece of muah chee dough from plastic bag to peanut mixture.  Cut dough with a plastic cutter into small bite size pieces and coat with peanut/sesame/sugar mixture.  Shake off excess coating and place muah chee on plate to serve.

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