芋头糕 Steamed Yam (Taro) Cake

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I remembered the first time when I ate this 芋头糕, which was given to my mother in law from my 姨婆, I just love it. So I ask her to teach me. After a few attempt, I finally did it! 😃😃

Ingredients:
400g yam, cut into small cubes
80g Dried shrimps, wash, drain dry and minced it
1 teaspoon mined garlic

240g Rice flour
300ml water
600ml boiling water

8 Inch tray

Seasoning A:
400ml water
1/4 teaspoon Five spice powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon sugar
2 teaspoon light soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon pepper

Seasoning B:
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon light soy sauce
2 teaspoon oil

Garnishing:
1 red chili, deseed and diced
1 stalk Spring onion, diced

Method:
Lightly greased the baking tray with coking spray
Heat 2 tablespoon oil in a wok and fry the dried shrimp till fragrant, dish up set aside
Heat 1 teaspoon of oil and fry the garlic, add in half portion of the dried shrimp, yam and seasoning A and fry till well mix, reduce heat and cover the work and simmer till yam is soft
While waiting for the yam to cook, put the rice flour in a heat proof mixing bowl
Add in 300 ml water and seasoning B, use a hand whisk and mix well
Prepare your steamer
Add in 600ml of boiling water and mix well
Add in the cooked yam and mix well
Pour into the tray and steam on high heat for 45 mins
Remove and leave cool
Sprinkle the red chili, spring onion and the balance of the dried shrimp on top the yam. Serve

Note: you must boil the water on stove, do not use boiling water from kettle.

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