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Oink!Oink!Snowskin Handmade Piggy Mooncakes 冰皮圆猪猪月饼

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Oink! Oink! I'm Back!! Remember I was here last year?  I'm all dressed up this time for the coming Mooncake Festival. Do I look sweet and prettier in my new outfit? Oink! Oink! Hope my new look will make you smile ...  Oink! Oink!



Snowskin Handmade Piggy Mooncakes
    Ingredients: makes 9 or 10
     25g Kao fen (糕粉-cooked glutinous rice flour)
     115g Snowskin flour ( KCT Pinpe Premix Powder )
     25g Icing sugar (sifted)
     23g Crisco/shortening
     150g Water (boil 300g or more water with 2 pandan leaves, leave to cool) and measure     150g)
     some extra kao fen for dusting
     Valrhona chocolate pearls as piggy eyes

     Tools
     a round 1/8 teaspoon, a skewer and a small plastic sheet.

     Method:
  • Combine kao fen and snowskin flour (KWT Pinpe Premix Powder) in a big bowl and set aside.
  • In a pot, add 150g pandan leaves water with icing sugar and shortening together and bring them to boil until shortening melted, stir with a hand whisk.
  • Pour the hot liquid mixture to the flour and use spatula to stir mixture to soft dough and leave dough to cool (you'll find the dough is quite oily at this time) then knead dough again to smooth, add more kao fen to it if the dough is still too sticky.
  • Divide dough into 3 portions and add a drop of colour into it. (pink, green, yellow)
  • Measure dough to 25g and wrap in 25g lotus paste or any other filling you prefer.
  • Roll it into a ball and dust with some cooked glutinous rice flour (kao fen 糕粉). 
  • For further steps of making snowskin piggy, please refer to the tutorial below. 
  • Best to chill snowskin piggy mooncake before consuming.
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冰皮圆猪猪月饼

     材料:
     25 糕粉
     115 冰皮月饼粉 (出售于KCT
     25 糖粉,过筛
     23 白油
     150 香兰水 (用2片香兰叶打结和300毫升水一起煮滚待凉)
     巧克力粒

     道具
     1/8圆汤匙,竹签,一小张塑料袋

     做法:
  • 将冰皮粉和糕粉混合在一个大碗里,备用。
  • 香兰水,糖粉和白油煮滚至白油融化,搅匀。
  • 将煮滚的水直接倒入粉类,用橡胶刮刀翻拌成软面团,(这时的面团会很油)待凉,然后用手把软面团再搓至光滑。如面团还带有一点粘性可撒些高粉,搓匀。
  • 面团分成3份,加入少许颜色 (粉红,青,黄),搓匀。
  • 将面团分割成每份25克,馅料分割成25克,搓圆。
  • 把面团包入馅料,搓圆,撒一点糕粉。
  • 下来捏小猪的步骤请看图片。
  • 将捏好的小猪猪放进冰箱冷藏数小时,口感更好。
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  1. Oh my God, Ann! These piggies are super cute! I couldn't help laughing looking at them :D

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  2. Ann, this is tooo cuteeee! OMG! I would love to try my hand in making this, I think my kids would love it ;)

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    1. Yes have a try. I'm sure your kids will love it.

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  3. 哈哈,我也做了你的baked version的,还没post呢!

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  4. 哎哟!很可爱叻~我还没有做“猪”哦~等我。

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  5. super cute oink oink. My fren gave me three oink oink. I sayang to eat coz it's too cute

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  6. They look so cute and delicious too...

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    1. Angel, Can keep this for one week and the dough is still very soft. So can eat later lol!

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  8. The piggy is so lovely!
    No matter bake version or snowskin version, they are so attractive^^

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  9. Ann these colorful piggies are too cute! Thanks to you I made those traditional piggies this year and it was a great hit! Will try making snowskin version next year. Thanks for sharing such a nice recipe with detail tutorial! Thumbs up!!!

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    1. Bee, I saw your baked version already. Very cute!

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  10. What cute little piggies you've created, Ann! You are so clever.

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  11. Hi Ann, your oink oink so cute and the color are so sweet looking.
    I'll be making the bake version using your last year recipe but will link back to you when I post. I don't eat much but enjoy making it.

    Have a nice day.

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    1. Amelia, I'm looking forward to it :) I also don't eat much lah :D

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  12. Hi Ann, super cute.........!

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  13. I done the baked piggy. My mom also love it.

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  14. 也太太漂亮了吧(^O^)
    可惜今年我没买糕粉

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    1. 谢谢!怎么很久都不能在你家里留言?

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  15. 哇。。。太太太可爱了!
    你的手好灵巧哦,每只oink oink都很一样的哦,好羡慕~~

    我又要去广祥泰进货了,这个月的第4次哦。。。嘻嘻!!

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    1. 呵呵。。。仔细的看,一定有点不同。
      哈哈。。。你真的去的比我多!

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  16. Wow so cute! I wonder when I will have the same skills to be able to make these, my kids would so love these!

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  17. Very nice piggy mooncakes and very creative.

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  18. love it very much !! very very cute , thanks for sharing your great work.
    I will definately try to do it for my cute little nephew . Thanks a lot

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    1. Hope you enjoy and fun making this cutey piggy:)

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  19. Oh, Ann! What more can I say about these piglets? They are adorable beyond words. I will make these piglets. I can visualize Nicole's response when she sees them. Thank you for sharing another of your wonderful work.

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    1. Hi Miss Dalyn, I'm sure little Nicole will 'WOW' all the time :)

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  20. 你的作品
    总是轻易俘虏了我的心:)

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    1. 谢谢!我相信每个人都能做得到,耐心点就可以了。

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  21. Aaaawwwwww so cute >.<
    *munching the cute oink oinks ha ha ;D

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  22. 你的作品太美了。我家小瓜看了也在‘呱呱叫’了。哈哈哈~ 你好棒哦!

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  23. Oh! Ann

    I love your piggies!!! They are so lovely and cute. Your really are so creative.
    Love them all.

    Yen

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  24. Ann, I first knew you because of these little piggy mooncake.....Ohhhh...they are super super cute. Like like like. 赞赞赞!

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    1. Li Shuan, really fast one year past. So next year will be our 2nd year of knowing each other lol! 很容易记得!

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  25. So cute, will try to make this next year. hehehe. Oink Oink....

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  26. 经过你巧手做出来的作品每一样肯定么漂亮!
    这猪猪超可爱的!

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  27. wow....they are so cute!!! I wish I have your skill in shaping them ;) love them all whether bake or unbaked.

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    1. Thanks Elin. I really hope you make some piggies for your piggies :DD

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  28. Hi Ann,
    Omg! They ate soo..cute.
    Love the sweet pastel color too.
    I saw your last year's baked version I love it very much. Will try do make it this year.

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  29. Ann, you're very creative!! I just can't stop admiring the piggies!! :)

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  30. Oink Oink...these are super adorable! :) Love the pink color one. hehehe...

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  31. Oh! These little pigs are so cute Ann...I enjoy going through the tutorial :)
    Hope you are having a great week!

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    1. Thank you. Hope you have a lovely weekend too!

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  32. Wowwwwwwww
    These are INCREDIBLE
    Sooooooooooooo cute and adorable

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  33. 前看後看還是那麼地可愛,而且是沒看過這麼美麗的屁股,哈哈哈!我要粉青和黃色的,雖然我也喜歡粉紅色。It's amazing that the colour of the dough was mixed up evenly in this method. And you use such a premium quality of chocolate to make the eyes! Love it!

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    1. Jessie, 哈哈。。。我喜欢你的comment:) 你那里有糕粉吗?有点话,可以试试看啦!

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  34. 粉嫩的小猪,真的很可爱涅~
    妳。。。真的很赞哦~:)

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  35. Dear Ann, it's a piece of artwork!
    Oh, mooncake with Valrhona chocolate? Perfect *^_^*

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    1. Kah Chin, can also use chocolate chip.

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    2. Hi Ann, tried your recipe last weekend and the dough was wonderful.
      It was easy to handle and gives a very soft texture to the mooncake :)
      I need to practise on the shaping part. Thank you again ^^

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  36. *clap clap* a very well done masterpiece!!

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  37. So cute!!! Can't bear to eat them :) like like the piggies!

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  38. Ann, I'm sure this post will draw thousands of comments! How can anyone resist this? I'm always amazed by your skills.

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    1. Shirley, Thanks ~ hahaa... my comments never reach up to 200 yet :D

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  39. So very cute! and pretty! and ya, how to eat? wasted to eat such cuties! lol!

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  40. Ann, I simply adore the colours. So pretty & refreshing! I bet the kids will love them as much I do.
    Take care & have a great weekend, dear.
    Blessings
    Kristy
    p/s have to attend wedding dinner on mooncake festival. Really boring!

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  41. How could I forget those gorgeous oinks that you've made last year ?! I think , the cutest mooncakes in the world ! :D These batch are just as awesome ! So , how much per piece ?! lol Great job , Ann !!!!

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    1. Anne, hope you're near so I can pass them to you.

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  42. These piggy mooncakes are so cute! Thnaks for your detailed instructions. I would love to give these a try. When you say cooked glutinous rice flour, do you mean dry frying it in a pan?

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  43. I loves this very much .. Thanx for sharing it ;)

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  44. Wooow...hermosos cerdos me los comería todos son irresistible,una gran idea,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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  45. they are so so cute, and lovely sweet colours..

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  46. hi ann, may i know when to add in the colorings? tks!

    Chloe

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    1. Hi Chloe,

      Divide the dough into 3 portions before adding colourings.

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  47. Hi Ann

    Love Love Love your snowskin piggy and i'm gonna make for my kids. Have been following your blog and trying out your recipe. OMG! you are great Ann, I love it. I have one question about your snowskin piggy mooncake. I can't get premix snowskin mix in Australia, but i found kuo fen at the chinese shop. How can I subsitute the premix with your recipe?

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    1. Hi Anonymous (your name?)
      Thank you for following. You can use the kao fen recipe here(http://www.anncoojournal.com/2011/09/snowskin-mooncake.html)but the texture will be different. The dough skin will not be as soft as this.

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    2. Thank you Ann. I will try out the kao fen recipe. Sorry My name is Anna.

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  48. Just too pretty to be eaten..... I'll rather admire them!

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  49. OMG Ann! this is such a perfect work of art!
    if u open for order, i guess u will be flooded with keen people wanting to order!
    but how to eat them? i just have no heart to do that LOL

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  50. O my dear!! They look amazing Ann. You're such an artist when it comes to these things! Beautiful little piggies!

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  51. Eileen, Hundred Eighty DegreesSeptember 16, 2012 at 9:40 AM

    I cant bear to eat it, is so cute: )

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  52. definitely like these new improved piggies better because they're pastel and snow skin ;p

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  53. These are so adorable! You are an artist, Ann.

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  54. These are soooo cute and adorable!

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  55. Hihi Ann

    Jus came across ur blog..I bought kct premix too..sad to say this year mix really not good..I end up throwing the dough away..its way too sticky to handle..


    Annie

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    1. Hi Annie, totally agree with you. The premix formula is different from last year that was why I've adjusted the measurement myself.

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  56. Hello..yup..shall try ur receipe to finish the other packet..hehe..thanks

    Annie

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  57. Are you kidding me, Ann? We all remember these!!! Super cute piggies!

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  58. Hi Ann, I can't access the tutorial. Please advice. The piggies are so cute and I really want to try.

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    1. The tutorial is there. You must click Read more...

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  59. Thanks for sharing your recipes! Your piggies are so cute! Love the colors a lot! I'd tried both your baked n snow skin version n love them so much!

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    1. Thanks for trying and so glad you liked them.

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  60. When I first saw the picture I thought for sure they would be hard to make. Nope. They are so cute!

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  61. 我好喜欢你的作品哦。 。 可以学吗?

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    1. Ann, 怎样拿捏形状? 陷料我可以用普通的吗? 我初学者,

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  62. These are simple TOO cute.....haha. They are fit for decorations! Ann, you are just so creative! I really like them. Now I'm inspired to make some too.

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  63. Out of all the pig shaped snowskin mooncakes I came across, yours are definitely the cutest. Thanks for providing step by step on how to make them! Now that I finally know how to make the snowskin mooncake (this year I just used traditional molds), hopefully I can play around with animal shaped ones next year!

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    1. Thank you Kirbie :) Did you post your mooncakes?

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  64. Just waana to check where to but valrhona chocolate?

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  65. These are such deliciously looking cute piggies!

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  66. These are such deliciously looking cute piggies!

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  67. Hello. I am Jenny Yeo. All along i have been blogging on your recipe. I found your recipe very liable and it works well. Hope you could forward your recipe for sharing.

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    1. Hi Jenny, All my recipes are on my blog. Where you want me to forward to?

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  68. Hi Ann, love your piggies! BTW, noticed that you used boiling liquid to mix the flour. Any reason to it? Coz I noticed other recipes usually uses cold water. Was just wondering if it makes any difference :). Thanks. Susan

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    1. Hi Susan, the premixed is a special type of flour imported from Taiwan. You've to buy from Kwong Cheong Thye.

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    2. Thanks Ann for your quick respond. Oh then it would be quite impossible for me to try your recipe, as I'm in Mlb and dont think will be able to find the premixed flour here.

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    3. Hi Susan, you may try the ordinary snow skin flour (kao fen)from my post http://www.anncoojournal.com/2009/09/snowskin-mooncake_28.html, but the texture will not be as soft as the premixed.

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    4. Hi Ann, wow your mooncakes are all so beautiful. Thanks. I will try the other recipe. Thanks again for your prompt respond. Have a great day!

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  69. Hi Ann,

    Loved your wonderful blog!

    Would like to know if i am able to change the shortening to butter instead? Thanks a lot!

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    1. Hi,

      Sorry, you can't use butter for snowskin mooncakes. They will melt and don't think can be wrapped nicely.

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  71. Hi Ann

    Can't wait to make this cutie pig!

    I bought a pack of the premix powder from KCT today, and notice that the recipe printed on the package is diff from what u used here. May I check if you have any comments on the given recipe?

    Actually, I hope you will tell me to just follow your method cos their recipe requires Maltose. =p

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    1. Good morning to you Cookie :D
      I didn't follow KCT recipe because I think my adjustments are equally good. The dough skin still keep soft after 3-5 days after chilled. BTW I think is better to use crisco than shortening as I'd tried the other day and find the dough skin dries up after two days.
      Looking forward to see your post soon :)

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