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BANGKIT CHEESE HARMONI (CHEESY BANGKIT COOKIES) By Perniagaan Roti Kek Dan Biskut Harmoni (Pack of 2)

£7.20

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What is …?

Tapioca flour comes from the root of the cassava plant. It basically the same thing as tapioca pearls, like you would use for pudding, but tapioca flour has been ground into a a flour.

Tapioca flour/starch adds structure to gluten free baking. It also helps give things a chewy and/or crisp texture, especially in things like cookies and cakes. When over used in a recipe though tapioca flour can make food slimy and can also add a strong taste to the final product. Most recipes need some tapioca starch, but not too much, and finding that balance can sometimes be hard.

Tapioca flour can also be used as a thickener in sauces and gravy, but it is not a favourite thickener to use because it tends to make the sauce a bit slimy.

Tapioca anf Flour

 

A video on how bangkit cookies are made

How bangkit cookies are made

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‘Kuih bangkit’  or Bangkit Cookies are light and delicate coconut cream cookies that melt in the mouth and not in your hands. Usually enjoyed during the festive seasons, these cookies are made with tapioca flour and have a creamy rich coconut taste that results in them being light, airy and delicate. In the Malay language, the term ‘kuih’ refers to bite-sized snacks or sweet/savoury desserts. ‘Bangkit’ on the other hand means ‘to rise’. Thus, the name is derived from the cookies rising during the baking process.

Bangkit Cookies

The perfect kuih bangkit crumbles and melts in the mouth the moment it is eaten. Getting the melting effect is no small feat. To make it successfully, the moisture from the flour needs to be removed in order to create a light and fluffy texture. Therefore, the flour needs to be baked or cooked in a dry pan beforehand.

Pure coconut cream is recommended as it is thick in consistency and lacks in moisture. This is perfect when making kuih bangkit to get its crumbly texture.

Have this made you want to try a Bangkit cookie? Get a pack of Bangkit Cheese Harmoni (Cheesy Bangkit Cookies) today and give it a try. It would be instant love on first bite.

Ingredients:

Sugar, Tapioca Flour, Egg, Butter And Cheese

Pack of 2 – Each pack weighs 300g