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Saturday, 19 May 2018

Pandan Soya Okara Waffle Pancake 香兰豆渣松饼

l like pandan waffle pancake and have been trying to find a right recipe that suit my taste. I prefer waffle pancake to have a soft and moist interior, but not dry and coarse.
I came across a Chinese food  documentary which revealed the secret of keeping a steamed bun moist and soft was the addition of soy pulp in the dough. With this clue, I added a small amount of soya okara or soy pulp to my pandan waffle batter. Yipee, I finally achieved my ideal pandan waffle pancake 🙆 This recipe produced 4 square pancakes just nice for my family of 4 😁

This recipe is dedicated to all the diligent people 👬👭👬👭👬who put in extra effort in brewing fresh soya milk for their families daily 👏 👏👏🌷


Yield: 4 square waffle pancakes

Ingredients

5~7g pandan leaf
20g hot water
80g cold soya milk, lightly sweetened*
pinch of salt
15g fine sugar

1 egg, about 55g
50g soya okara/pulp
10g golden syrup/condensed milk
10g organic coconut oil

60g top flour
10g rice flour/top flour
2g double acting baking powder

* soya milk can be replaced by milk and 5g of fine sugar

Directions

1. Collect 50g soya okara/pulp after brewing the soya milk.






2. Cut the pandan leaf into thin strips and soak in 20g of hot water for about 5 minutes in a short blender cup. .

Add cold soya milk/fresh milk, salt and fine sugar to the blender cup. Blitz the content till the pandan leaf becomes very fine


Pause the blender, then add the egg, soya okara, golden syrup, and organic coconut oil. Continue to blitz till the content is well blended.




3. Pour the pandan mixture into a measuring jug, and mix in the top flour, rice flour and double acting baking powder into a smooth batter.



4. Seal the batter with a cling wrap and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. I let the batter refrigerate for 4 hours, and thaw it for 1 hour before baking.

5. Coat the waffle maker with non-stick spray. Coconut oil non-stick spray would give a better aroma.

Turn on the power, and wait for the light to turn green.


Pour the batter over the hot waffle iron, and close it.

Wait for the light to turn green again. If you prefer a crispier, or darker crust, let the waffle bake longer.


6. Remove the waffles from the iron and serve warm 😋💖💖




2 comments:

  1. Hi Goh NgaiLeng, if I don't drink soy then how do I get the soy pulp?

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    1. Hi Marie, so sorry I’m not sure of a good alternative to soya pulp. But, maybe you can try using 汤种 tangzhong or water roux to replace. Mix about 8g of all purpose flour with 40g of water. Let the mixture stands for about 5 minutes. Heat over low heat and stir constantly till the mixture thickens into a paste. I’ve not try this, it is just an alternative I can think of 😅

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