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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Sugee Blueberry Square

 Such a fabulous cake, I love every bite of it...! I'm so glad I gave this a try.
I'm so tired right now & my neck is so stiff and painful. I cannot stay too long behind the pc tonight. I'll type the recipe later if anyone is interested. To blogger friends, sorry for not visiting you all lately... will try to catch up later...!

.....Hi again. Here is the update on the recipe.

By: Roz@HomeKreation
Source: Diana FRD
Translated into English by HomeKreation
Makes 8" square
1½ cup Plain Flour*
2 tsp Baking Powder* (* sifted) 
1 cup Roasted Sugee
½ cup Caster Sugar
200g Butter
2 Eggs
2 tsp VE
Your preferred Jam (I used blueberry)

1. Preheat oven 170C.

2. Mix the first 4 ingredients.
Rub in butter, eggs & VE until well mixed.

3. Spread 1/2 portion into a greased tin.
Spread jam & top with the remaining batter.

4. Bake 20-25 min.


  1. i would definitely love to try something like that as i need to use up a bag of sugee before it expires!but will probably try with some other filling like strawberry or raspberry jam as i also need to use up a bottle! is that ok? pse share the recipe. if not on your blog, my email is Thanks in advance! btw havent tried the sarawak serikaya cake yet as my friend went many shops and bought browning because they insisted that everyone used that for the serikaya cake??? even tho she specifically asked for browning sugar!!?? tks in advance for recipe

  2. CikManggis,
    tq wish....mmmmmuah2 for you.

    Yep.... have some? hehe

    Enjoy baking.

  3. Hi, your sugee squares looks so tempting. Thanks for sharing the recipe but may I know what ingredient is VE? Many thanks.

  4. Chirs, i think VE is vanilla essence.

  5. Chirs, minibaker,
    Yes, correct VE is Vanilla Essence. Sorry for not typing properly as I assume quite a logic.

  6. i must share with u a near 'disaster' when i made the sugee squares- i tried the recipe with my mum-in-laws home-made mulberry jam. Everything went well until i took it out of a 'push-up'square tin.The hot side of the tin touched my wrist as i pushed it out and i automatically dropped the squares!Good thing the main part remained on the push-out tray!My son loves it!But i think with my oven it would be better for me to bake at 180C. Thanks again!

  7. Minibaker,
    Somehow I missed your comment until today. Sorry to hear what happened but glad you like it. Hope you had a chance to try again.


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