Moon cake Ping Pei with Custard Filling
Unbaked pastry skin
· 150g icing sugar
· 180g kou fun (commercial cooked glutinous rice flour)
· 40g shortening
· 180g ice-cold water
· A few drops peach colouring
· 1/8 tsp vanilla essence
· 500g lotus paste
Custard filling (2):
· 30g plain flour (A)
· 45g corn flour (A)
· 20g custard powder (A)
· 10g milk powder (A)
· 150g castor sugar (A)
· 65g evaporated milk (B)
· 65g whipping cream (B)
· 80ml coconut milk (B)
· 1 egg (B)
· 20g butter
· 80g cream style sweet corn
Traditional wooded and new Plastic design
moon cake mold.
Custard filling (2): Mix (A) together in a mixing bowl.
Add in (B) to mix. Strain mixture into a saucepan. Add in butter and
cook over a very low heat, stirring with a hand-whisk until mixture
turns creamy. Transfer to a tray and steam for 10–12 minutes.
Remove from the steamer, add in sweet corn and blend until fine in a
Divide into 40g portions. Wrap 1 portion lotus paste (60g) around
the custard filling. Leave aside.
Pastry skin: Sift kou fun and icing sugar into a mixing bowl. Make a
well in the centre and add shortening, essence and water. Quickly
knead until dough is soft and smooth. Leave to rest for 20 minutes.
Divide dough into 1/3 portion and add in peach colouring to blend.
Leave the remaining portion plain.
Combine plain colour and coloured dough together and cut each into
60g. Flatten dough by rolling between two sheets of plastic wrap.
Coat balls of filling with kou fun before wrapping.
Press into a wooden mooncake mould. Knock out to dislodge ping pei
mooncake. Chill ping pei mooncake in the refrigerator.