Kuih Siput Recipe
About Kuih Siput Recipe:
It is a very healthy,crunchy snails like snacks prepared from wheat flour,margarine and with few more ingredients. Kuih siput' is a snack shaped like snails and is mildly spiced, crunchy and appetizing. It is very popular during festive seasons. This flavourful snack has an addictive taste and loved by children and adults alike. Siput means snail in the Malay language. Made very similarly to gnocchi (Italian pasta), kuih siput is shaped very much smaller and is also flavourful. Commonly enjoyed in Malaysia, it is offered to guests during the festive seasons especially Hari Raya or Chinese New Year. Consisting of some curry powder and aromatics, kuih siput has an addictive taste and is loved by both adults and children.
- 10 Ingredients
Vitamins & Minerals
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- Vitamin E
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment
How to Make Kuih Siput Recipe
Grind dried shrimps finely.
Take a bowl and add fennel powder, cumin powder, curry powder, salt, dried shrimps and wheat flour.
Then add margarine, an egg, coconut milk, knead and make a dough.
Take a pinch of dough and press it against the kuih siput board and then gently remove the dough from the board.
Repeat the same process and make kuih spit of the complete dough.
Now put the kuih spit and fry them until golden brown along with some curry leaves in a pan.
Once cool, store them in an airtight container and use it for up to 1 ½ months.