Mooncakes (月饼) are baked round pastries, traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋節). There are…
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Living in an Asian country, snowskin mooncakes are our absolute favourites when it is mid-autumn festival!
Snowskin mooncakes are a type of non-baked mooncakes, made with fried glutinous rice flour, wrapped with sweet bean filling. Since it is usually stored in the refrigerator, and eaten chilled, it doesn’t feel as rich and heavy as the traditional mooncakes.
For this Baymax snowskin mooncake, I used passion fruit lotus paste which tastes really good when chilled! I like that the snowskin recipe uses coconut oil, so I think it’s definitely “healthier” than shortening!
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Do note that fried glutinous rice flour is different from the usual glutinous rice flour we see in supermarkets.
If you are using the usual glutinous rice flour, you will need to dry fry the flour over stove until light.
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I really love how these mini snowskin mooncakes turned out, and I really find it better, than to eat mooncakes made with shortening!
Oh yes my toddler loves them too!