Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Blueberry Snow Skin Mooncake with Chocolate and Strawberry Filling

Mooncake season is here and I've always like those little golden pillows of lotus paste and pandan paste and red bean paste. Until a few years ago you could only find two or three traditional types of mooncakes but now you can find all sorts of new Snow Skin mooncakes or otherwise known as Ping Pi Mooncake. They are completely different from eating the traditional ones as they are usually eaten chilled and the texture of the skin is soft and chewy and much like lo mai chi or mochi. And instead of having just the plain filling with a salted egg you can now have fruity fillings like strawberry, banana, blueberry, pandan and even durian!

So this Mid Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival I've decided to give it a try and make my own Snow Skin Mooncakes and I guess the hardness thing to come up with is what type of filling to put in it. 

Blueberry Snow Skin Mooncake with Chocolate and Strawberry Filling! This is my first attempt at making this.... a very messy but rewarding job.

It was a little tricky getting the mooncakes out of the mould but it turned out ok.

The main ingredient: Glutinous Rice Flour, Rice Flour and Lotus Paste. There are so many moulds to choose from with different patterns. 


  1. It's fun to make but can be a bit messy. Much cheaper to make them and you can have fun with the filling. I'm thinking of banana and chocolate or mango and orange.

  2. I've got no idea what a 'mooncake' even is but this looks way too hard for this cooking-challenged Mum! Are these a dessert? Treat? I bet they are tasty!

  3. How about an actual recipe for the filling pls? for beginners...

  4. I used a lotus paste filling favoured with strawberry paste. The lotus paste was all premade fresh from the baking supply shop.



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