I've made myself one of the kueh today, but its not that simple to get the right shape of the roll. I just can't get the right way on wrapping the rolls anyway. heehee! So all the rolls turned out to be fat, wide, flat....any shapes! You named it...haha! But the taste of it...perfect! Just love the coconut fillings.
See what I mean? Those don't look like the one selling outside larr...Okay, its my version..;p
Anyway, here's my recipe.....
250g Plain flour
150ml thick coconut milk
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp instant yeast
3 tbsps Pandan juice
~ Mix and stir all ingredients well, then drain and leave to rest for 10 mins.
~ Heat a non-stick pan and brush with some oil, then add in a laddle of batter and using circular motion swirl the pan to get a thin pan cake.
~ When set, remove it from the pan and wrap it with some filling.
1.5 tbsps Sugar
140g Palm Sugar
2 tbsps Water
few pandan leaves
280g Grated coconut
1/2 tbsp Sago (mix well with 1 tbsp of water)
~ Boil Ingredient (A) till sugar turns syrup.
~ Add in grated coconut, then lower down the flame and stir the mixture constantly till almost dry.
~ Add in sago mixture and stir thoroughly and leave cool.
See my grated coconut was not that dark in colour? Its because the palm sugar I'm using is slightly different from the local ones. These were from my aunt, said its from Indonesia, and it taste real good!