Jin deui/ Red bean paste sesame balls 紅豆蓉煎堆

Jin deui/ Red bean paste sesame balls 紅豆蓉煎堆

Jin deui/ Red bean paste sesame balls 紅豆蓉煎堆

Jin Deui are fried dough balls with a sesame coating and red bean paste inside. This also is a traditional dish for chinese new year and I hope you will like this video and cook it for your loved ones… HAPPY CNY!

By the way please check wikipedia for more information on Jin Deui: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jin_deui

材料: 12 個煎堆

皮:

1. 30 克 = 1.10 oz, 澄粉
2. 75 ml = 2. 54 fl oxz 液水, 煮澄粉用
3. 120 ml = 4. 10 fl oz, 水
4. 40 克 = 1. 40 oz, 糖
5. 150 克 = 5. 30 oz, 先濾糯米粉
6. 3 茶匙先濾發粉
7. 1 湯匙菜油

餡:

100 克 = 3. 50 oz, 紅豆蓉

一些白芝麻
適量炸油

Ingredients: 12 sesame balls

Warpping:

1. 30 grams = 1.10 0z, wheat starch
2. 75 ml = 2. 54 fl oz, boiling water, cook the wheat starch
3. 120 ml = 4. 10 fl oz, water
4. 40 grams = 1. 40 oz, sugar
5. 150 grams = 5. 30 oz, sieved glutinous rice flour
6. 3 tsp sieved baking powder
7. 1 tbsp vegetable oil

Filling:

100 grams = 3. 50 oz, red bean paste

some white sesame seeds
deep frying oil as needed

13 Responses to Jin deui/ Red bean paste sesame balls 紅豆蓉煎堆

  1. Angela says:

    Hi Maria,

    Could you write down the steps/ procedures in English as I could not understand Cantonese.

    Thanks!

    Angela

    • Maria says:

      Hi, I add english subtitles to any of my videos. Please click on the CC Button and you will see them. Everything I say is translated there ^^

  2. Pearlj says:

    I love your recipes. You truly are a master chef and baker. You have helped me learn so much about Chinese cooking. Thank you.

  3. Kristy says:

    Hi. Can I use corn starch instead of wheat starch.

    • Maria says:

      Hi Kristy, is depending on the recipe, some recipes can’t use corn starch instead of wheat starch. Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to you and your family :)

  4. Ashley says:

    Hi Maria!

    I love all you’re recipes! Thanks so much for all of your hard work. I’ve been wanting to learn a lot of Chinese dishes. My family grew up in the Philippines and migrated to America, so for me, I’ve been having trouble. :(

    You’re YouTube channel and webpage are truly a lifesaver so thanks so much for sharing all your recipes!

    I am just wondering. For this recipe is it possible to substitute the wheat starch with tapioca starch or potato starch? Right now I don’t have wheat starch. I only have potato starch and tapioca starch. If I can’t substitute, it’s ok too

    Thanks again!
    Ashley

    • Maria says:

      Ashley, you are welcome. Thank you for trying my recipes. Sorry, this recipe need wheat starch for the texture, can’t not substitute of any flour. Have a lovely day :)

  5. Paul says:

    I made these for a Chinese New Year party I went to (I’m American, but my wife is Chinese). These got a fantastic response, and my wife said that she never really cared for sesame balls before trying these! Thanks so much!

    • Maria says:

      Hi Paul, you are welcome. Thank you for trying my recipe and your feedback. Best regards to your wife. 您好, 非常感謝. 祝幸福和快樂 :)

    • Maria says:

      Hi Paul, you are welcome. Thank you for trying my recipe and your feedback. Best regards to your wife. Thank you. 您好, 非常感謝, 祝幸福和快樂 :)

  6. Vincent Lee says:

    My uncle bought me some 煎堆 bringing it down from China to Hong Kong. I was in HK on Christmas vacation. So I told my wife I will be bringing it back to the states. she love to make pastries and pancakes, so I found your recipe on Youtube and sent it to her. I hope she can find wheat starch in Los Angeles. We’ll look for it in Chinese supermarket.
    Thank you for your recipe.

    • Maria says:

      Hi Vincent,

      You are welcome. Thank you for trying my recipe and I hope it working out well for you. Best regards to your family

      Maria

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