Monday, March 5, 2012

Sago Nian Gao Kuih

Recipe source from 厨房角落-‘班兰西谷米年糕’ and My Little Space.


150g sago (soak for 20mins and drain)
60g sugar
40g water/coconut milk
2blades pandan leaf
few drops of green food colouring
adequate 'nian gao' (cut into cubes)

100g grated white coconut
1/4tsp salt

1. Mix grated white coconut with salt and steam for 10mins, set aside to cool.
2. Pour sugar, water and pandan leaves into a sauce pan and simmer till sugar dissolved.
3. Add in green colouring and set aside to cool.
4. Lined a 7inches square tray with plastic cling wrap and set it aside.
5. Mix soaked sago with sugar syrup.
6. Pour sago mixture into prepared tray, smooth surface.
7. Arrange 'nian gao' cubes on the surface and press lightly into the sago.
8. Steamed in a preheated steamer for 20mins over high heat.
9. Remove from steamer and set aside to cool.
10.Wet a pair of scissors and cut sago kuih into small cubes.
11.Coat kuih with grated white coconut and serve.


Sally said...


Ren said...

Hi Can you show how to make sago nian gao kuih because the blog has been removed.


Happy Flour said...

Hi Sally,


Happy Flour said...

Hi Ren,

I already linked it to the blog. You can check it out, it still there. Or you can check out at 'My Little Space' blog -

~Kate~ said...

我来吃年糕,吃了步步高升,huat 啊!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kate,