This is a pre-mixed, 3-easy-steps steam cake recipe.Ã‚Â However, they tasted so nice, I am going to dedicate a 6-photoÃ‚Â shots of them.
Cooking Island is a newly opened shop selling baking needs and something new – sauces and other cooking ingredients.Ã‚Â I popped by the other day and the owner recommended to me this packet of cream cracker steam cake pre-mix.Ã‚Â For only RM4, I decided to give it a try.Ã‚Â I just need to add butter and eggs to them so it is something anyone can do.
After the mixing, I am supposed to steam the cake for 40 minutes.Ã‚Â But I put them in muffin tins and it takes only 15 minutes on my rice cooker steamer.Ã‚Â Real easy, eh?
Tadaaa…after 15 minutes, I get these chubby, cute, adorable, yummy looking steamed cakes.Ã‚Â As cute as the Ribena Berry which my toddler insisted to be photographed along with the cake.
I baked a bigger one which took 30 minutes.
The texture is somewhat like the ‘mahlai kou’ or steamed brown sugar cake.Ã‚Â However it tastes a lot nicer because of the aroma of the cream crackers.Ã‚Â Of course, it is also very fattening but to my skinny kids, that is not much of a problem.
One more cake left which I am keeping for my toddler’s breakfast.Ã‚Â It is really good.Ã‚Â But unfortunately, you have to buy the pre-mix from Cooking Island because I don’t have the faintest idea how they prepare this delicious cake mix.Ã‚Â Cooking Island is located along Jalan Tanjung Tokong, near the Gurney Drive roundabout.Ã‚Â The moment you turned from the roundabout into Jalan Tanjong Tokong, quickly watch out for Cooking Island on your left.Ã‚Â I don’t have the address or telephone at the moment because I had discarded the address.Ã‚Â But I am sure I will be back soon for other purchases.Ã‚Â The owner told me she is going to run a cooking class there soon.Ã‚Â So, do give this steam cream cracker cake a try.Ã‚Â I bet anyone can make good cakes because it is fuss free and gadget free.