I am a full-time working mum to 2 boys. I really enjoy baking and cooking and it feels so satisfying when my family enjoys my baking and cooking.
Hi Hugbear,Where did you buy that mooncake mould. I like it. It is simple and nice.Melinda
wow, so many freshly baked mooncakes!
these look great
Melinda, I got the plastic mould through a friend who joined some spree organised online.
Hi Lee Lee,Lovely mould you've got there. May I ask how many grams for the skin and fillings? Mine always the skin too thick. Thanks.
Delia, for my mould, I used about 43 to 45g of skin with 90 gm of paste. If you want really very very thin skin, you can use skin 30% and paste 70%.
Wow... pretty snowskin mooncake. Feel shame that I don't know how to make them :(
Wow.. they look so pretty.. going to make some when I'm free =D
Hi Lee Lee,May I know where to get white lotus paste? Thanks!
You can get them from Phoon Huat, Kwong Cheong Thye, Sun Lik, Aileen, etc.
Hi Baking Mum,very nice mooncakes.. really enjoyed your blog. i have never really cooked in my entire life until i came to australia and had to start cooking for my family. your recipes are easy and good especially when i ran out of ideas for meals. i cant get snowskin mooncakes from where i stay and my family cant post mooncakes to us. So am going to try your method of making the kor fun cos i could only get glutinous rice flour in the asian shops and would scout around for some mooncake moulds.
Hi Jessica, which part of Australia are you from. Maybe I can help with the mooncake moulds. BTW, you can get normal glutious rice flour and fry over a very small fire in a dry wok to get your kou fen. In Singapore, it is so convenient to get everything that we need for our baking/cooking. We are very blessed. When you are making your snowskin, you can write to me and I can help you further with your mooncake making. Write to me at email@example.com.
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