Sunday, September 5, 2010

Cendol Mooncake

Thanks to Chris for her fabulous mooncakes, not the typical type of mooncake with lotus and whatever but these are dessert mooncakes... Fernie loves these... so far, we have eaten one out of four, she told me to save some for Andy who will be home for the Raya holidays....

what do the chinese wordings mean?

see the "feminine" layers of this
agar-agar mooncake...
how did she do it?

cendol mooncake...
my first time eating this...

34 comments:

  1. First time know existence of such mooncake - ppl got more creative nowadays

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  2. honestly, its my first time to see a mooncake!

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  3. wow....so nice geh. I heard of jelly mooncake la but this is 1st time see cendol moncake

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  4. I discovered with great curiosity that cake! I thought about the moment to discover the photo was probably a porcelain !!!!! is it good? how est'il achieved? thank you for letting us share the cake of the most original and beautiful to the eye ..
    Good week
    A + + + + Sacha

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  5. Oh my goodness, i spotted a green moon...so nice..must nice to eat also.

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  6. I can only recognize a few word on it.

    'Hua', 'Yue' 'Hao'... something... lol... do I get that right?

    Must have meant Good flower moon.... something! Hahahahahhaha!

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  7. I can eat many of these moon cakes. :)

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  8. Mooncake jeely then?

    I'm a traditionalist.
    +Ant+

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  9. It looks like pandan layered cake. I love pandan layered cake.

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  10. nice.. where can we buy that from ?

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  11. robinson: yes,..now people make it jelly like..


    icegurl: lots in the supermarkets nowadays..


    kathy: people are using the same mould to do all these..


    sacha: yes, just like desserts. keep it chilled..


    ling: wonder how she made that...

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  12. cleff: sure boh? i m almost illiterate in mandarin...\


    wenn: me too..so the fit line can help me reduce or not? hahaha...



    gratitude: i dont take mooncake much...


    mingna: yes, like those java cakes but this is all jelly form..


    carol: i think these are home made.. not sure sold outside or not..

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  13. Echo you +Ant+ yes old fashioned indeed why distort the originality?

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  14. Looks delicious. But still I prefer the original one. :D

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  15. looks yummy...must be nice eaten cold ...fuh~~~

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  16. bananaz: this is jelly dessert in a form of mooncake.. like using the shapes of the mould..



    tekkaus: nowadays mooncakes are so expensive..


    m-knight: as a dessert, nice..



    angelbear: yes, chilled it first..

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  17. So Yummy..Jz wondering how ur frend make this Mooncake...looks so nice.

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  18. Claire... yea... I'm sure... I can recognize the characters... lol... but the last character I'm not sure, cannot see the stroke... cannot read. LOL... hahaha... I can read some Chinese... not enough to do my teachers proud, though... same goes with Korean and Japanese... belajar separuh jalan only. =S Tarak graduate. LOLOL! L-lesen...

    I think... the wordings on the mooncake... should literally means Good Flower Mooncake? You can ask around... what the words are... LOL... but i can say they will tell u the characters are 'Hua', 'Yue', 'Hao'... and the unknown character. LMAO.

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  19. mery: i must ask her when she comes back...


    jfook: cute and nice to eat.. :)


    cleff: maybe means kah hoe yit yuen.. like the moonlight resonance.. hahaha..

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  20. Looks very yummy and attractive!

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  21. So you mean the last character that i couldn't read is 'Yuan'? Hahaha... i couldn't read the last word... cannot see the strokes. :(

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  22. I really would like to taste this mooncake. it will definitely be a first time for me. Cendol. Really nice and inovative.

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  23. This cendol mooncake looked so unique and nice. You are so blessed la!

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  24. Tried some jelly mooncakes b4. Hmm, do you think I can get in Pg?

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  25. Claire wanna share with u here. My MIL also love to make jelly mooncake.
    http://nothingbutangelinestory.blogspot.com/2009/09/sweeten-your-day.html

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  27. Never heard or seen before. But I only like the baked type - none of all this snow or jelly or whatever.

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  28. the words read "Yue Yuan Hua Hao", from right top to bottom, then from left top to bottom. haha...means full moon and blooming flowers, basically just to describe the scenery during mooncake festival. hehe...so special one the mooncake, where can we buy it? haha...

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  29. Oh really the moon cake is looking too yummy. I hope you enjoyed the cake. It would have been great if I too got some share of it. Bye.

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