10 October 2011

Pulut Tai Tai 2 (Blue Glutinous Rice Cakes)


This is not my first time making this rice cakes or kueh (Malay language), my first one was more than 9 months ago, using same recipe from My Kitchen Snippet, this time just play around with a little change of colour in the rice cakes. As WT is away, I made smaller portion this time, just 1/3 of the ingredients from the original recipe. Anyway, I finished the Pulut Tai Tai in one breakfast, haha... who can resist the coconut milk, a taste from home.

For the recipe and steps please refer to here.



I'm submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #12: Traditional Kueh (October 2011) hosted by SSB of Small Small Baker.


20 comments:

  1. I have not eaten this in ages! You are making me wish to have some now!

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  2. Wah, I love the bright blue colour, looks so energetic, really suitable as breakfast I think, hehe!

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  3. 以前做工的时候很常吃这个糕,算了算好像已经五六年没吃了,好像也太久了)^o^(。糕做得很美,看到你又上菜了很开心。。。

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  4. Thanks for the kind word on my blog...much appreciated :)

    Our local football team's color is a bright blue, so this would be extremely popular on game day~

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  5. Wow, so blue! you must have put a ton of bunga telang in there! lol! I love eating this delicious dessert too! With kaya, definitely sinful!

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  6. wah i just ate this at this penang buffet last week! very yummy with kaya! yours look so beautiful! where to get this bunga telang in sg?

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  7. Vey bright blue Pulut Tai Tai. Yum! Nowdays hardly find this kuih. This make me recall my childhood memory while my grandma used to make this.

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  8. Really very nice blue! You must submit this to AB. :)

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  9. Wow that blue hue is really nice.

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  10. 鲸鱼,谢谢喜欢!蓝很艳对吗,是西阳和角度的问题吧 :)

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  11. hurray! I can leave a comment on my own blog!!!!!

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  12. Joyce, get your hands on and make some today :)

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  13. Min, haha, seldom got food so blue, once a while with "blue breakfast" make me so happy :)


    Yee Er, 谢谢你的鼓励!


    Ann,this is steaming the mixture of dark blue glutinous rice with white glutinous rice. It dyed the white sky blue :)


    Lizzy, you are most welcome! Hopefully you get to the final!


    Jeannie, no no, I couldn't get hold of bunga terlang :( this is using food colouring.


    Jess, I'm also searching on it too. This kuih is using food colouring.


    Vivian, how are you and baby?

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  14. SSB, very busy nowaday, learning how to make kueh and searching high and low for my son new school. Yes, will do the link later on :)


    Edith, thanks! the fisrt photo is the real colour of the Pulut Tai Tai. The photos were taken at dusk, due to the angel the other two appear brighter in colour.

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  15. i just had this with a friend few days ago and i thought i wanted to make this too..yup, it's really nice with that coconut milk in it!

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  16. Lena, try it out! This is delicious :)


    Esther, 谢谢!也是好吃的哟 :)

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  17. Wow, this si what we call it "TRUE BLUE"!
    Have a lovely evening,,dear.
    Kristy

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