The name Papparoti may not ring any bell to you, it is a popular dessert cake in Malaysian cuisine. Best served warm with a drink, Papparoti has a pillowy soft and fluffy texture. This irresistibly delicious cake comes in many flavors, and we will start with the green tea version in today’s recipe.
Being a huge fan of Malaysian cuisine, I am pleased to be able to make this country’s distinctive dishes by myself. And I succeeded! In a few previous posts, I shared with you the recipe for Sambal Crabs With Macaroni or Banana Mango Smoothie. In this post, I will share with you the Papparoti recipe with green tea flavor.
Excited to learn how to make it yourself? Let’s dig in the Malaysian Papparoti buns recipe shared by All Asia Recipe!
Recipe For Yummy Papparoti Bun
Traditional Papparoti flavors are sold widely in commercial centers or bakeries. However, I always wanted a new recipe with a new twist to it. Green tea is easy to find, so making a cake with this flavor is not much of a challenge. Now let’s prepare with me!
For the dough
In a small bowl, mix well about 40g sugar with 70ml warm water, then add dried yeast and mix again.
For the the filling
For the topping
After 30 minutes, cut the dough and roll into 8 equal balls. Then flatten the balls and place the frozen butter in the middle and turn them into buns.
Some Tips For Making Green Tea Papparoti
Use a layer of foil to cover the cakes to prevent them from burning when baking. In addition, if you do not want to use buttermilk, use egg whites, or egg butter to change the taste for the cake. If you use dry yeast without instant yeast, don't forget to activate the yeast with water or warm sugar-free milk before using it!
Now Is Time To Enjoy Your Sweet Achievements
I hope this article has helped you successfully cook great mouthwatering Papparoti cakes. If you are interested in many other dishes in Asian countries, follow All Asia Recipies for more tips. Thanks for reading.