Apam Balik Malaysia Pancake - by Helen Low Yen Yen

Apam Balik Malaysia Pancake
Make 2 thick Apam Balik

120g all purpose flour/ plain flour
30g corn flour
2 tbsp fine sugar
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 kampung egg
1/8 instant yeast
225ml water
Pinch of salt

Filling: (depends on individual favorite)
Peanut chunk or ground peanut
Corn cream
Coconut flakes or shredded coconut

** Choose any combination of the filling at above as you like to spread in your Apam Balik. The fillings is usually contain peanuts and sugar with a tiny dollop of butter but some might put sweet corn and fresh grated coconut in it.

**You can put any sweet fillings like red beans, sweet coconut, nutella, chocolate, or kaya to your Apam Balik.

1. Sift the all purpose flour, corn flour, baking powder & baking soda into a bowl.

2. Add sugar, salt, instant yeast, egg & water. Whisk until well combined. Cover it with cling wrap. Let batter rest & chill in fridge for at least 30mins. (I rest more than one hour)

3. Heat up a non stick pan. Pour a ladle of the batter into the pan & fry the pancake. When you see the tiny dents of the halfly cook pancake, spread filling on top of it. Wait until the pancakes cooked, which means your pancake should looks golden brown on the side has direct contact with the pan. And it's easily fold in half.

That's it! 

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