Sunday, December 4, 2011

Pandan Waffles


50g plain flour
65g warm water
1/4tsp instant yeast

100g plain flour
2tsp rice flour
1/4tsp baking powder
2 egg
50g water
85g coconut milk
2tbsp sugar
1/2tsp salt
1tbsp pandan juice

1. Dissolve yeast in water.
2. Pour yeast mixture into flour and mix well.
3. Cover and set aside to rest for 1 hour.

1. Sieve flour, rice flour and baking powder together and set aside.
2. Mix egg, water, coconut milk, sugar, salt and pandan juice together.
3. Pour wet mixture into flour mixture and mix well.
4. Add in starter dough and mix well.
5. Cover and set side to rest for half an hour.
6. Preheat waffle maker and lightly greased.
7. Scoop some batter and pour onto the waffle plate.
8. Close the lid and cook until slightly brown. (Follow manufacturer's instructions)
9. Spread with kaya and serve hot.


Yuri - Chef Pandita said...

I've never worked with pandan before, can't find it on this island. Love the green color it has, what does it taste like?

WendyinKK said...

I have yet got myself a waffle maker, have been itching for one for the longest of time..... I feel so hungry looking at your waffles now, and it's 1am, haha!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Yuri,

I don't know where you live. Pandan leaves is very common in Asia countries we use it cooking and baking. It give foods and bakes a very nice pandan flavor which I don't know how to describe.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Wendy,

Same for me too! I wanted to get a Kitchenaid waffle maker however Singapore don't carry it anymore, so sad. This waffle maker which I have is only leh. :(

Anonymous said...

Hi Good Morning,

Have tried this recipe yesterday and it turns out very well. This the recipe i being looking for. Thank You!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

Very please to hear that you loved this recipe! :) I think this is the best Pandan Waffles which I had tried so far and I felt that this is a keeper too.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour, may i know if this is soft like those sold in Singapore? Or is it crispy? Thnx.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

The texture is soft with slight crispy crust.

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