Saturday, April 21, 2012

Happy Call Doubled Sided Pan Muah Chee


I used to look forward to the seventh month festive at my neighbourhood because when there was Chinese Opera or Getai performance, these mobile hawkers will appear from nowhere to sell local snacks and my all time favourite is the Muah Chee.

Except for the famous Hougang 6 Mile Muah Chee stall that has moved to Blk 69 Bedok South, I don't remember knowing anywhere selling them now. Hence I went onto the web and found a ready easy to make Muah Chee recipe from Cuisine Paradise in 15 minutes. Now I can enjoy Muah Chee anytime I want.


All the ingredients needed for the dish, Glutinous Flour, Peanut Powder, White Sesame Seeds and Shallot can be easily found at any major supermarkets.


Frying the sliced shallot to golden brown to get the shallot oil.


Once the Flour mixture is poured into the Happy Call Pan, it will solidified rather fast. Quickly use a wooden spoon or chopsticks to keep stirring it into a dough. The dough is very sticky so for easy wash later, do use something wooden.

Remember to oil a plate/container before transferring the dough from the pan to the plate/container. If not the dough will stick to the plate/container and hard to remove later.


After preparing the sesame and peanut powder, I transferred the dough back to the pan to mix with the peanut mixture. I didn't have caster sugar so I used normal sugar instead. The normal sugar gave the Muah Chee a rough texture. My advice is to skip the sugar if you don't have caster sugar. It will still taste as good.


The last step is to cut the dough into small pieces, mixed them well with the peanut mixture and you are ready to serve.

Recipe (By Cuisine Paradise)

- 1 Cup of Glutinous Rice Flour
- 3/4 to 1 Cup of Water
- 1/2 tsp Sugar
- 1.5 to 2 tbsp of Cooking Oil
- 4 Shallot
- 1.5 Cup of Peanut Powder
- 1 to 2 tbsp of Caster Sugar (optional)
- 1 tbsp of White Sesame seeds (optional)

1. Pre-heat Happy Call Double Sided Pan for 1-2 minutes.
2. Saute 4 thinly sliced shallot with 2 tbsp of cooking oil over low heat till golden brown.
3. Remove shallot and leave oil in the pan
4. Mix Glutinous Rice Flour, sugar and water in a bowl and slowly stir until well combined.
5. Slowly swirl flour mixture into pan with the shallot oil. Stir it using a wooden spoon/chopstick or spatula under medium low heat till it begins to form a soft dough.
6. Lower heat and continue to toss and cook the dough for 3-5 minutes until it is smooth and slightly transparent. Remove and set aside on a oiled plate/container.
7. Wipe off the oil in the pan with kitchen towel.
8. Add in sesame seeds into pan and toss it for 2 minutes before adding in peanut powder. Stir for another 2 minutes till fragrant.
9. Set the mixture aside to cool for 3 minutes before adding in the caster sugar and mix well.
10. Transfer dough to peanut mixture, mix well and cut into pieces.


  1. Cool! I didn't know you could do muah chee with a happy pan.

    1. You can use it to make bread and cake too

  2. Thanks for your recipe. I will try this dish with my airfryer.

  3. Your recipe recall my childhood and make me feel homesick. Anyway, thank you very much for sharing. I will make this recipe for my single lunch tomorrow

    1. You are welcome. Thank you for visiting my site.

  4. Clear, informative, simple. Love your post!

  5. Hello Derrick Tan,
    The dish is so yummy to look at. This dish is very simple and tasty too. It is very delicious to look at. Thank you for the ingredients and recipe.



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