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June 08, 2022 3 min read 1 Comment

Kek Batik Recipe

One could argue that the unbreakable bond between food and people is what keeps the world turning. What makes Malaysia unique is the lengths people will go to discover a new delicacy or simply admire the beauty of a flavour that has been a tradition for a long time - kek batik being one of them!

The beauty of kek batik is its fudgy texture that requires no baking! You don't need an oven. Just a packet of Marie biscuits and a generous amount of chocolate sauce and voila! 


kek batik 

 

Our Kek Batik recipe (resepi kek batik) gives you easy steps to cook this awesome cake. The best part about this recipe - no baking! Try it today.

 

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Servings: 3-4

Allergens: Nuts, Gluten

Diet: Balanced diet

Cuisine: Dessert

Category: confectionery

It is comparable to the Hedgehog Slice - popular in Australia, as well as the English Chocolate Biscuit Cake, - one of Prince William's wedding cakes. The crumbled biscuits give the cake a design reminiscent of the traditional Malaysian motif; batik, hence the name Kek Batik. Not to be mistaken with Sarawak's batik cake, which comes in a variety of colours. Chocolate fudge and tea biscuits, such as Marie Biscuits or Petit Beurre (French butter biscuit), are used in the preparation of this batik cake.

 

Kek Batik Ingredients and Prep Time

Before whipping out your chef's hat, let’s look at the ingredients and prep times to set expectations.

 

One of Malaysia’s favourite local cakes is the Kek Batik. We simply can’t resist the fudgy chocolate, made most often with Milo. Cakerush brings you a Kek Batik recipe (resepi kek batik) with easy steps to cook this awesome cake. The best part about this recipe - no baking! Try it today.

 

Ingredients:

  • 1 small can of condensed milk
  • 1 ¾ cups chocolate milk powder / Milo powder
  • ⅔ cup butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 250 – 300 grams Marie Biscuits

 

9 Easy Steps for Making Kek Batik

Here’s the moment you have been waiting for, 9 easy steps to that chocolatey goodness:

  1. Crush the biscuits into small pieces and set them aside.
  2. Prepare a cake pan (any shape of your choosing) and grease well with cooking spray or butter.
  3. Gently melt butter on medium heat in a pot.
  4. Mix in condensed milk and chocolate/Milo powder and stir it well.
  5. Add in eggs and stir continuously on medium to medium-high heat till it thickens.
  6. Once it has thickened, add in vanilla extract and stir to mix it all well.
  7. Put the crushed biscuits into the pan or pot and stir gently. Pour into the cake pan and flatten the top.
  8. Spread a layer of fudge onto the cake pan and stack it with the biscuits if you don't want the biscuits to be crushed. Repeat until you've used up all of your fudge.
  9. Leave the cake to cool for an hour then cover and refrigerate overnight.
  10. and so on...

 

Mhmm, can you smell it already? Let the moment you bite into your own kek batik be a memory that lasts forever. 20 minutes of cooking time but a lifetime's worth of sweet experience.

 

A sudden craving for chocolate? Kek batik is the answer for you! It’s quick, It’s easy, it satisfies every craving of yours! Not a fan of chocolate? Trust us, kek batik is the answer for you. You can’t resist the marbling texture of the biscuits - take a bite! You’ll love it.

Having trouble following the instructions? Don’t worry! Just head on to CakeRush and indulge yourself in our selection of sweet treats that will do the trick!

Tags: Kek Batik Recipe, Resepi Kek Batik, Batik Sedap, Kek Batik Viral, Batik cake, kek batik recipe without egg


1 Response

Hannah
Hannah

June 22, 2022

Thats a great one!

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