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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Snowskin (Pingpi) Mooncakes

First attempt for making Snowskin Mooncakes, finally this year I made it...yeayyy:-) I got the "Japan Snowskin Mooncakes" from Ailin Bakery House. The shop Uncle said this kind snowskin has softer texture than ordinary Kou Fien. And he is right...am happy with the results. They also provided the recipe.

Here is the the recipe...enjoy..

A. 240 gr Japan Snowskin Mooncakes
   200 gr Snow Powder
    15 gr Hongkong Flour
    80 gr Mooncakes shortening

B. 200 gr Water
      Pandan paste
      Durian Paste
      Strawberry Paste
      Lychee Paste

Method :
1. Mix well Ingredients (A) until like bread crumbs.
2. Add in (B) and stir till the snowskin dough is smooth.
3. Keep in the fridge to chill for 20 minutes.
4. Ready to use it.


  1. I don't understand what this means: 240 gm japan snowskin mooncakes and next line 200gm snow powder.. is there such thing as a japan snowskin mooncake? Is that an ingredient or is that how much the mooncacke suppose to weigh??
    Appreciate it! Let me know

  2. Hi..
    Snow powder is kind of icing sugar usually use for donut sugar, less sweet than icing sugar. You can buy it from Phoon Huat. And Japan Snowskin, I bought from Ailin, is kind of Kou Fien but defferent in texture.


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