Ti Kwe / Kue Keranjang / Kue Ranjang ('What I Ate Today' - Part III / Last Part)

Sunday, May 03, 2015

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Hi, this is my last post (read : spam, lol) today. So in this last part, I'll share about my favorite Chinese cake. Indonesian people often called it 'Kue Keranjang' or some others called it with 'Kue Ranjang'. But as I'm a Hokkian, so my family and I called this sweet cake with 'Ti Kwe'. Its name taken from how it be shaped using basket or keranjang. Made from glutinous rice flour and sugar. This typical cake that became must in Lunar New Year or other Chinese Celebration, have a physical form as a chewy and sticky cake. You can both steam and sprinkle it with grated coconut or you can cover it with egg and fried it in heat vegetable oil. I haven't tried to eat it with grated coconut considering I don't like coconut, so I just fried it with egg in the medium heat  of vegetable oil.

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The picture above is when you're using my method (just cover each slice with egg and fried it in medium heat frying pan).


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Sorry, it's blurring *again..* hiks!

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