Thursday, October 27, 2011

For you to see

video
ingredients and how to make batang buruk cookies
by me :)

Example of business selling Ugly Stick..


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    Mr. raziz shah
    16-1, JALAN JUNID
    60-12-8355599











Quick Details:
Product Type
Biscuit
Type
Cookie
Texture
Crispy
Taste
Sweet
Flavor
nuts
Feature
Normal
Packaging
Box
Certification
HALAL FROM JAIJ
Weight (kg)
0.5
Place of Origin
Johor, Malaysia
Model Number
60128355599
Brand Name
HOMEMADE COOKIES
PURE HOMEMADE COOKIES
CREAM AND WHITE


biscuits and cookies from malaysia. 100% homemade. with the main ingredients flour, green nuts. try first
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Thursday, October 13, 2011

How To Make Batang Buruk

Methods for filling:
 
Roast the green peas in a wok without oil till fragrance. Once cool, grind together with sugar and put aside.

Mix flour, toasted coconut, rice flour, egg, baking powder, salt and margarine well.
Add water and mix into nice dough. Cover the bowl with damp cloth for 30 minutes.



Roll out small amount thinly and cut into small rectangulars (2cm x 3.5 to 4cm). To shape the rolled out dough into cylinder use the stem of a papaya leaf. (God knows where to get this thing so I guess if you can’t find any I think a chopstick or a thick pen will do)

Ensure the dough is not too soft else it will not keep its shape. Fry in hot oil till golden.
Once cool down, stuff the filling inside it.

Ingredients

Ingredients for the pastry:

  • 400g wheat flour
  • 200g grated fresh coconut ( only the whites) & toast till golden brown, let cool and grind finely
  • 2 table spoons of rice flour
  • 1 egg beaten
  • 2 teaspoon of baking powder
  • Salt to taste
  • Enough water
  • 4 tablespoons of margarine
  • Cooking oil for frying 

Ingredients for the filling:
  • 200g green bean
  • 180g castor sugar

About Batang Buruk

Batang Buruk Cookies

 




Batang buruk is a popular traditional cookies in Malaysia. It is a dough that use flour, rice flour, and coconut flour and filled with fried green bean powder. It is a cylinder shaped with a hole inside. 

 The name of 'Batang Buruk' is probably because of its appearance that is similar like a tree but is pour with green bean powder make it looks like an ugly tree. Usually, papaya leaf's stick is used to make the cylinder shape.

This cookies is a very popular cookies throughout Malaysia. It is made a lot and sold everywhere especially in Eid Fitri, Eid Adha.

Kuih batang buruk or the ugly stick cookie. All these sweet snacks came from an era where homes did not have tellys and definitely not an oven. Most cookies were baked in charcoal ovens or deep fried. Some even heat baked in the sun!