Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Jelly Mooncake

Finally down to my jelly mooncake already. Every year I will give to my aunties and uncles jelly mooncakes instead of baked or snowskin mooncakes as they prefer the jelly version. One disadvantage of jelly mooncakes is that you have to quickly give them away 1 or 2 days after you have done them since they don't keep well for too long. It is best to consume them within a week after making them as there are coconut milk in the mooncakes. Showing you some of the jelly mooncakes I have made last night. Will show more pictures of the rest when I have finished with them.

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Happy Mooncake Festival to everyone who reads my blog.

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22 comments:

wenn said...

i love jelly mooncake..last year i bought some..yummy..

Mummy Moon said...

will you post how to make the jelly moon cake, any recipe... I hope can do some at home, I like it so much...

Anonymous said...

OMG ...These look so beautiful .. can I have the recipe

thank you

Claire said...

They look fab.
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HungrylittleKitty said...

The jelly mooncake looks soo beautiful. Unfortunately, in uk its very hard to find this type of mooncake, so cannot try.

Your mould are very pretty too... do you get them all online?

your family are so lucky to have you looking after them.

Happy moon day!

delia said...

lovely jelly mooncakes. may i know where you buy the round fish mould?

Minoueel said...

looks really pretty, love especially the green ones like jade. :D i bet that taste as nice as they look.

Hugbear said...

Thanks everyone and wishing all of you a Happy Mooncake Festival. All the moulds are bought from Ng Meng Huat in JB.

Hugbear said...

Yes, I have shared the recipe under Jelly.

Anonymous said...

Hi. Just want to let you know that you are very talented. The products that you make always looks perfect and I bet tastes just as good.

Eileen said...

Happy Mooncake Festival to you too! I have not make agar agar mooncake yet. Like your mooncake mould, very nice!

Everyday Housewife said...

Happy Mooncake festival to you. Will be attempting to make some jelly mooncakes tomorrow.

Eileen said...

Hi Baking mum
me again, hehe! Can I use the lotus paste for mooncake as filling for the jelly mooncake? Will it become oily? Thanks!

Hugbear said...

Eileen, that is what I used too. The same paste that I used to make mooncakes.

Hydrangea said...

Happy Lantern Festival!!
Mooncakes look so nice n delicious..Really appreciate your recipe sharing always!!

Little Corner of Mine said...

LeeLee, you are so hardworking! You made all sort of mooncakes to give away. Man, I wish I have half of your energy.

Hugbear said...

Hi Hydrangea, you are most welcome. I will share the recipes if and whenever possible. Sometimes if I don't share it is because of various reasons, like if the recipe is not mine and I do not have the permission to share or if I am selling them then I won't be sharing it. Hope you understand.

Hugbear said...

Ching, I am tired after making all these mooncakes. Finally done. I still have one packet of chocolate lotus paste left and I am too tired to do anymore mooncakes. Maybe in a few months' time I will take it out to use it up.

Anonymous said...

wah! the mooncakes are sooo pretty.. i luv the egg yolks ; ) ah leng

Pat said...

very lovely and looks yummy!

lilyng said...

these mooncakes are so well done

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
can these moulds be used for regular moon cakes (the bake types)? Do you know if Ng Meng Huat carries the moulds all year round or just during moon cake festival?

Do you happen to have the address to the store Ng Meng Huat? I saw another store mentioned in another blog call Ng Min Huat, wonder if itis the same?

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