Recently, there's a new show on tv8 "The little nyonya" which is very entertaining, educational & informative, especially on the peranakan traditions and their food. I'm one that sadly do not support local productions, but this is one show that i would not want to miss. The show is always 'promoting' their kueh-kuehs, amongst other things, and they really look yummi-licious on tv.
Maybe i'm under influence of the tv show, i was contemplating to do either kueh dadar or oneh-oneh for the past week. Also, i've some left-over coconut milk which has to be consumed by this weekend. I've got both recipes in my 'old recipes file', and decided to make kueh dadar since i've not did these for a very long time (should be more than 10 years ago). Don't mistaken me as an old hag, just that i started baking/ cooking very young... hahaha
Here the recipe for kueh dadar with some modifications, but i can't remember where the source is as i didn't jot it down.
200gm grated coconut, without skin
6 tbsp gula melaka
4 pandan leaves
10 pandan leaves
350gm coconut milk
3/4 cup flour, sifted
1 1/2tbsp oil
a pinch of salt
1) Melt gula melaka with some water in non-stick pan over low flame until dissolved.
2) Add in grated coconut milk and pandan leaves and stir fry until almost dry. Set aside and allow to cool before use.
3) Blend (B) and squeeze out the pandan coconut milk.
4) In a bowl, beat eggs lightly, add in coconut milk, flour, cooking oil, and salt. Work into a smooth batter.
5) Heat a non-stick pan and grease with a little oil. Pour 1/4 cup batter onto pan and spread thinly. Cook over low flame. Repeat with the remaining batter. (*Amount of batter depends on size of pan.)
6) Fill each pancake with 2 tbsp coconut fillings. Fold in sides of pancake and roll into a spring roll.
7) Best to consume when completely cool, or few hours later.
Hi, I love kueh dadar too! These look yummy~ =)
Tks Jacelyn. U can give it a try, but remember to make the pancake skin thinner, and the grated coconut more moist.
hey you forgot to mention pandan leaves for the pancakes :)
The pandan leaves were blended together with the coconut milk, and thereafter added into the flour & egg etc to form the pancake batter ;-)
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