It's a day to reminisce our old days as a kid, where I always love to eat my sister's Kek Batik that I even asked her to make one for my classmates. As the making of it would be very simple, I started to try it myself (when I was 6yo). Kinda like throwing everything I remembered from watching my sister did that.And wallah,there goes my first not-so-called-cake ,Kek Batik which really boosts up my passion in baking which after that I tried to bake my first chocolate cake. :'))
KEK BATIK @ Marie fudge (glamour wuuu)
- 2 cup Milo
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- 1 tsp coffee powder (optional)
- i tsp vanilla essence
- 1/2 tin condensed milk
- 250g butter (one whole stick)
- 1 packet of Biskut Marie (I prefer the plain so that you can see the contrast with the fudge)
(I remember how I did, I combined everything except the biscuit and cook on the stove,no problem)
- Make sure you melt the butter first.
- Then add the condensed milk,vanilla,cocoa,milo and coffee powder and mix until smooth and no big lumps.
- Cook on stove until they somehow thicken and remove from heat.
- Break the biscuits into halves and coat them all into the goey fudge.
- Man,pour them into the plastic tupperware or your cake tins already!
MY WAY: I took cling plastic wrapper and lay on the flat table.Next,pour the fudge on the middle of it .I took both end points and bring it to cover the fudge (leaving a longer side to roll over), and roll them away very tightly. Which you can see the result above. :P
P/S: If you like the biscuit to be soft, cook the biscuits a little longer before removing from heat.