My darling made this during one of his good mood. Usually i don't eat kuih dadar, but since this one is made of love, i ate a piece. It was pretty yummy~licious. The smells of coconut and taste of palm sugar were a good combination. Good job, darling! :)
Kuih dadar is soft, spongy pandan-flavored pancakes make into rolls with grated coconut & palm sugar for filling. The ingredients needed are quite the same as Onde-onde, but the cooking process are totally different.
200ml thick coconut milk (from 1/2 a coconut)
6 pandan leaves (cleaned, cut into pieces and blended with
50ml water and strained for juice)
1 egg, lightly beaten
150g all purpose flour
1 tbsp sago flour
1/4 tsp salt
100g gula melaka/ palm sugar (grated)
2 pandan leaves (knotted)
300g grated coconut
1. To make the filling, bring Ingredients B to a boil. Simmer until sugar turn syrupy. Add in grated coconut and cook until almost dry. Keep on stirring to prevent burnt. Leave to cool.
2. To make the crepe, sift Ingredients A into a mixing bowl. Add the egg and mix in coconut milk, water and pandan juice. Combine well.
3. Heat a non-stick pan over medium flame. Pour in enough batter to make a think crepe. Cook until crepe is slightly brown then flip over and cook the other side.
4. Remove crepe to a plate, add a spoonful of filling and roll up neatly.
p/s: i was supposed to post this yesterday but i had headache and slept early yesterday. Maiylah, hope this post is still great for food friday, yea! ;)
Disclamier: The above recipe is taken from Amy Beh's cookbook, modified by Ms. Yummy~licious.
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