Saturday, November 5, 2011

Kuih Dadar


200g plain flour
2tbsp corn flour
400g grated white coconut
400ml water
1 egg
1/4tsp salt
1/2tsp pandan paste

300g grated white coconut
120g palm sugar (chopped)
1/3tsp salt
3blades pandan leaves
100ml water

1. Boil water, salt, palm sugar and pandan leaves together til sugar dissolved.
2. Add in grated coconut and stir till dry.
3. Discard pandan leaves and set aside to cool.

1. Add water into grated white coconut and extract 600ml of coconut milk.
2. Sift plain flour, salt and corn flour into a big mixing bowl.
3. Make a well in the center of the flour.
4. Add in egg and coconut milk, mix well. (Batter must be thin, runny consistency.)
5. Add in pandan paste and mix well.
6. Strain batter.
7. Heat up non-stick pan and lightly greased pan.
8. Stir batter and ladle some batter onto pan.
9. Rotate pan so that batter cover the base of the pan.
10.Leave crepe to cook over low heat.
11.When you move the pan around and crepe is able to slide around the pan, it cook.
12.Carefully remove crepe onto a plate, leave to cool and repeat process.
13.Spoon some filling onto one end of the crepe,
14.Roll up one end a little, fold in both ends and roll up the crepe like a little parcel.


Small Small Baker said...

Hey, u really still enjoying make kuehs! Now only I know you have a great collection of kueh recipes here. :)

~Kate~ said...


Happy Flour said...

Hi Small Small Baker,

Hehehe...I'm a great kuehs lover! ;)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kate,


Angie's Recipes said...

Would you mind inviting one more for this gorgeous kuih?;-)) I love them!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Angie,

Hahaha...stretch your arm longer and grab one! My family love them too.