With the lockdown and everything, it must have been so long since we enjoyed a crispy Pasar Malam Apam Balik.
But not to worry, because you can make it easily at home with this recipe!
Here is what you need:
- 4 cups plain flour
- 1 cup fine sugar
- 2 eggs
- 1 spoon baking soda
- 2 spoons baking powder
- 2 cups water
- A bit of yellow food coloring
- A bit of granulated sugar
- Crushed peanuts
- Sweet corn (you can use the ones in the can)
Here is how you do it:
- Add the fine sugar, baking soda and eggs into a bowl.
2. Mix them until well combined.
3. Add the baking soda, yellow food coloring and water then mix.
4. Add the flour and baking powder then mix again.
5. The mixture should look like this.
6. Heat up the pan and use low heat. Scoop 1 ½ of the mixture and pour it into the pan.
7. Let it form bubbles like this.
8. Then sprinkle the granulated sugar, crushed peanuts and sweet corn on it as much as you like.
9. Once you see the surface looking dry you can fold it and apply some marjerin on the surface.
10. This recipe makes around 14 pieces.
11. Add more peanuts and sweet corn if you like it to have more texture! Enjoy eating!
Credits for this delicious recipe goes to Mizah Ngatiman.
Now you can savor this favourite Malaysian street food at home!
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