Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Kuih Lompang Gula Melaka 椰糖碗粿

I have too many gula Melaka at the pantry, some given by my friend and some bought by my hubby. So use some to make this kuih Lompang, it tasted like dodol (Malay sticky rice cake), yum yum..







Kuih Lompang Gula Melaka 椰糖碗粿
*makes ~14pcs (depend tea cup size)

70g rice flour
30g tapioca flour
1 cylinder block (~118g) Gula Melaka, chopped
350ml water
1/4tsp alkaline water
3pcs pandan leaves, knotted


50g freshly grated coconut
A pinch of salt

Method
1.      In a pot, combine gula Melaka and water, cook over medium heat until sugar completely dissolved and become syrup. Remove from heat, strained. Set aside to cool.
2.      Combine rice flour and tapioca flour in a mixing bowl, add in gula Melaka syrup and alkaline water, mix become batter, strain it.
3.      Prepare the steamer, place tea cups (greased with cooking oil) inside, bring water to boil and pre-heat tea cups for few minutes.
4.      Pour batter(stir the batter) into pre-heated tea cups about 90% full, steam over high heat for 15mins. Remove and leave to completely cool.
5.      In the same steamer, mix grated coconut and salt together, and steam for 5mins.
6.      Once kuih are completely cool down, using a small plastic knife, run around the tea cup, remove kuih, and top with steamed grated coconut.


                  Reference: Authentic Chinese Dumplings cookbook, recipe by Sonia a.k.a Nasi Lemak Lover

8 comments:

joceline lyn said...

Sonia,这个 kuih 也是我喜欢吃的也。 :)

rachel said...

椰糖和椰丝的搭配,我好喜欢呢~

Ng Choi Yen said...

I love everything with Gula Melaka and I've stocked up some on my last visit to Melaka. May I know where to get alkaline water?

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Choi yen, you can get it at bakery ingredients shop

Phong Hong said...

I like this chewy kuih and must have extra kelapa parut!

alice goh said...

what can I replace the alkaline water

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Alice ,nothing to replace , just omit, but taste will have slight difference and also texture .

Fern @ To Food With Love said...

I never tried this before but it sure looks delicious! Will make a nice snack :)

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