Thursday, May 10, 2012


I always thought kuih are difficult to make. I read the recipe book '1 Hari 1 Resipi' at my mother in law's house and learnt that the onde-onde actually is easy to make. Once my husband saw this recipe, he said he likes to eat and asked me to make it. So i borrowed from my in law and plucked some pandan leaves behind her house. This kuih took me more than a week to make it as i didn't expect that i will injured my knee.

On the first day i blended the pandan juice which you can refer the way  from Wendy's blog. I thought i can make onde-onde on the same day but my knee cannot stand longer so tiring. I kept the juice in the fridge for a week and it is still in a good condition. Finally make it yesterday.

2 cups of glutinous flour
1 tbsp of plain flour
1 cup pandan juice
2pcs palm  sugar
1/2 cup desiccated coconut
Salt to taste

- Knead glutinous flour, plain flour and salt with pandan juice bit by bit till the dough incorporated.
- Pinch small portion of dough (thumb size), stuff palm sugar into the dough centre and wrapped it like a ball.
- Position them on a tray.
- Heat up large pot of boiling water, drop the balls in five to six at a time. When the balls are cooked, they will float to the top. Scoop out and transfer to sieve to drain for about five second.
- Finally roll the balls in the desiccated coconut.

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