Malaysian Version Sambal Chinese Pastry 叁巴酥饼


This is actually one of my few creation for Heng's Malaysia contest submission on last December 2018. I ended up winning the First prize and also a consolation prize at the same time. Double the joy ! Yes, I was thrilled cause first time won something from a competition.

So hereby, I would like to share the recipe with all readers.

So, here's what I did.
Ingredients for Pastry Dough :
(A)
120gm  all purpose flour
15gm icing sugar
25gm  cold butter, chopped
20gm  shortening
70ml  cold water

(B)
110gm  all purpose flour
70gm  shortening

*Homemade Dou yong filling :  500gm 
(divide into 10 portions 50gm each)
* 1 small jar of Heng's sambal

Method :
(1) in one bowl, combine ingredients (A) except water, rub butter & shortening in dry ingredients till well cooperated. Then add in water to form a non-stick soft.dough. Knead to smooth then set aside.
(2) in another bowl, combine ingredients (B) till everything well cooperated then divide into 10 portions.
(3) at the same time, divide dough (A) into 10 portions as well, then wrap ingredient (B) into (A) and sealed to form a ball. And leave aside to rest for 20 minutes
(4) for further rolling method, please refer here, Chinese Pastryor here.
(5) now, press both end of the pastry dough into center then flatten it by rolling it into round shape.
(6) spoon in a teaspoon of sambal place into dou yong filling, then sealed.

* Tips : keep sambal onto kitchen towel to reduce oil, before used.

(7) now, wrap dou yong with pastry dough and sealed it, brush the surface with water then coated with sesame seeds.
(8) place the sealing part by facing down then slightly flatten it with the rolling pin.
(9) transfer filled dough to a greased baking tray then bake at preheated oven 185'-190'C for about 20 minutes or till nicely brown.

Something new for your taste bud ! Hope you guys will like it too. Enjoy & have fun ! By the way, stay tune for the other winning recipe after this.

Comments

  1. Congratulations! The sambal filling sounds really great paired with sweet pea filling. Where did the green colour come from?

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    1. Shuling, it's the pandan flavoured bean fillings. That's why it looks green LOL

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  2. im a silent reader of your blog and i must say you really deserve it!
    Congratulations!

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    1. Hi there,

      Thank you very much for your compliment.
      Blessings

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