Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Kuih Pumpkin Cara Manis 南瓜小甜点


This was actually baked 1st, however my black beauties might look different from the rest of my blogger friends so I decided to post the other one 1st :P.

Recipe adapted from Eileen's Dairy and Butter, Flour and Me and here.

Ingredients :

100g cake flour
100g pumpkin, cooked and mashed
200ml coconut milk (about)
1 egg
some salt
some gula melaka


1. Pre-heat oven to 200C and greased a baking pan.

2. Using a hand whisk to mix all the above ingredients and sift.

3. Put the greased pan into oven to heat for 2-3 mins. 
4. Pour mixture into the hot baking pan and fill up to half, add in some gula melaka, and pour more mixture to fill up the baking pan.

5. Bake until golden brown or skewer comes out clean when tested. (Bahulu mould takes about 20 mins)  

Notes : 
1. Initially I only used 100ml of coconut milk but the batter is too too thick that can't even be sifted so I kept adding more coconut milk until is liquid form like Joceline step to step pix.
2. My kuih like volcano eruption, even I baked the 1/2 filled batter 1st for 5 mins then removed from oven, added in gula melaka then filled up the balance pan with the batter. The end result still some will volcano eruption but I find actually look quite pretty too and can be differentiated from the other recipe heeheehee...

These kuih are also quite nice to eat too, with the gula melaka added, it becomes so addictive, can pop into your mouth non-stop heeheehee....

This post is linked to the event, Little Thumbs Up organised by Bake for Happy Kids and My Little Favourite DIY, and hosted by Eileen's Diary.

 & co-hosted by Charmaine of Mimi Bakery House.


  1. Jess, these dark looking kuih cara are also lovely! Ya lah...since they are so small we can easily pop into the mouth and don't realise how many we have eaten LOL!

  2. Jess, this other version of kuih bakar pumpkin looks as delicious as the first. With added palm sugar I bet it is very fragrance. It will be so nice to have over a cup of warm tea!

  3. 下次可以试试用煤气炉,非常省事,也容易操作,只要椰糖没有溢出来,就有美美的kuih吃了,

  4. Hi Jess, I never eat this kuih before, really curious about the taste, hope will have chance to try

  5. Quite sometimes i didn't do any baking liao...

  6. I love the gula melaka as the add-in (or filling). These kuih look very inviting!

  7. Hi Jess,
    May I know how is the texture of this kueh different from the previous pumpkin kueh bakar?

    1. Hi Miss B, I find not much different actually leh cos cos this one I added more coconut milk as the original batter is very thick so the coconut taste will be stronger and the texture will be softer.

  8. Sorry, I'm late coz was sick before so didn't have time to check on my blog! I think I have seen Joceline made this before.


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