Saturday, 26 September 2015

Milo Mushi-Pan (Steamed cakes)

Quick and easy steamed mini cakes.  I've not made any steamed cakes other than some steamed kuehs. Tried this steamed Mushi-Pan once recently and liked the soft texture.  Made some again and added some Milo to it.

 


Recipe adapted from :Cookpad
My slightly modified version below with added Milo powder.
Milo Mushi-Pan (Steamed Cakes) 
Ingredients (A)
70 grams Cake flour (sifted)
25 grams Milo
4 grams baking powder 

Ingredients (B)
2 tablespoons Honey
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
4  tablespoons Yogurt
1 Egg 

Method:
1) Prepare the steamer. Cover the lid with cloth to prevent steam from dripping on to the cake.

2) In a clean bowl, whisk and combine ingredients (A).

3) In a large measuring cup or bowl mix ingredients (B) well. Pour ingredients (B) to (A) and whisk till combined with a manual whisk.

4) Fill the cupcake cases to 3/4 full. (If using thin paper or foil, place it inside a cup or other heat proof container to hold the shape).


5) Steam on high heat for about 12 minutes. 

Check for doneness with a toothpick inserted into the center of a muffin. If it comes out clean, it's done.


 

This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (September 2015 : Milo) organized by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of my Little Favourite DIY


16 comments:

  1. Hello, Karen. The milo mushi-pan or steamed cake really looks great and should taste great too! Looks so spongy and soft!

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    1. Thanks Nancy. Yes these steamed cakes really soft ^-^!

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  2. Hi Karen,
    How are you? It's been a while since my last visit :)
    Oh! These milo mushi-pan must be so nice to have over a cup of warm milo :)
    Thanks for sharing this to LTU.
    mui

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    1. Hi Mui, glad to "see" you. Hope you've settled down well in the new company.

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  3. Karen, your recipe makes only 4 Milo Mushi Pan? Better lah like that. Won't over eat hee..hee.. It must be very tasty with Milo flavor.

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    1. Oh yes Phong Hong, just 4 only .. hee ... hee.

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  4. Been a while since I last ate a mushi pan, any left for me now?

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  5. Hi Karen, these look delicious, love the cupcake cases.

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  6. Hi Karen, lovely mushi-pan! must be delicious especially with Milo!

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  7. Hi Karen, great idea using Milo in Mushi Pan. Another lovely flavour apart from the Pandan, Orange and others. Will try this flavour next tme.

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  8. Hi Karen,

    Sorry for my late visit as I was away for my holidays. I like your idea of adding milo in mushi pan! You are so clever :D

    Zoe

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