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Easy Love Letters (Kuih Kapit)


This popular crunchy Chinese snack is easy on the taste buds and even easier to make. Kuih Kapit is served during Chinese new year.

Recipe for Love Letters (Kuih Kapit) 
Ingredients (A):
  • 3 eggs
  • 190 g Sugar
Ingredients (B):
  • 500g Coconut Milk (from 1 coconut)
Ingredients (C):
  • 100g Plain flour
  • 80g Rice flour
  • 20g Starch
Method:
  1. Beat eggs and sugar till sugar dissolves.
  2. Add coconut milk and mix well.
  3. Add Ingredients C and mix well. Strain.
  4. Grease the mould and hea t it up.
  5. Pour a little batter into love letter mould, bake till golden brown.
  6. Roll up or fold into a fan shape while hot.
Note:
Roll up or fold into a fan fast while hot. Once cool down, you will not be able to shape it.

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4 comments:

paidGSTuntillNoMoney said...

this one must makan with ice cream

Anonymous said...

Which starch should I use

Singapore Local Favourites said...

You can actually exclude the starch for this recipe. Or you can use tapioca starch to thicken the batter.

Singapore Local Favourites said...

I prefer to eat it on its own!

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