Baked tapioca custard Dim sum 焗西米布甸

Baked tapioca custard, Dim sum, 焗西米布甸

Baked tapioca custard, Dim sum, 焗西米布甸

Baked tapioca pudding is a very popular dish in Hongkong. I loved to eat it as a child and still everytime I go back to Hongkong I will search for it in bakeries and am so happy to eat it. It just tastes great and brings back lots of childhood memories. I hope you will have a similar feeling when you try my recipe and eat your homemade baked tapioca pudding.

Please check wikipedia for more information on tapioca pudding: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tapioca_pudding

材料 6 杯

1. 50 克 = 1. 765 oz, 西米, 泰國
2. 900 ml = 30. 43 fl oz, 水
3. 2 只雞蛋, 大
4. 20 克 = 4 湯匙, 雲呢拿布甸粉
5. 10 克 = 2 湯匙, 栗粉
6. 45 克 = 1. 40 oz, 糖
7. 2 1/2 茶匙雲呢拿糖
8. 少許鹽
9. 20 克 = 0. 70 oz, 牛油
10. 150 ml = 5 fl oz, 奶, 多加 1 茶匙奶
11. 100 克 = 3. 53 oz, 鮮忌廉
12. 1/3 茶匙雲呢拿香液
13. 少許牛油擦焗模

攃面: 從 2 只蛋內, 取出1 茶匙蛋黃和 3/4 茶匙奶拌勻

Ingredients 6 moulds

1. 50 grams = 1. 76 oz, thai tapioca pearls
2. 900 ml = 30. 43 fl oz, water
3. 2 large eggs
4. 20 grams = 4 tbsp vanilla pudding powder
5. 10 grams = 2 tbsp corn starch
6. 45 grams = 1.40 oz, sugar
7. 2 1/2 tsp vanilla sugar
8. a pinch of salt
9. 20 gram = 0. 70 oz, butter
10. 150 ml = 5 fl. oz, milk , plus 1 tsp milk
11. 100 grams = 3. 53 oz, fresh cream, ( double cream )
12. 1/3 tsp vanilla extract
13. some butter to greese the moulds

Topping: take out 1 tsp egg yolk add 3/4 tsp milk

5 Responses to Baked tapioca custard Dim sum 焗西米布甸

  1. Fabian says:

    Hi, thanks for the easy step to make a lot of different foods, my family loves you and your tutorials. I just wanna ask where you live in Hong Kong?

    (I live in Tai po, Hong Lok Yuen)

  2. Halena says:

    Hi!

    I have seen this dish baked in a large pie dish before. If I do so, do I have to adjust the cooking time?

    Thanks!

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