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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with coconut filling)

At first, thinking to do Annie's Seri Muka, but Jeslyn keep asking me to do her favorite Ketayap, so I have to postpone the Seri Muka project and do Ketayap project. Annie, I sure will try to do Seri Muka in one day, have to do my favorite food also.
My Malay kawan so kind share this recipe to me, this is better than those selling outside (actually she also sell some kuih-muih in the pasar ). The look is not so nice if compare with those selling outside, because mine is purely use pandan leaf, no added colouring, more healthy lor...

Recipe to share
Coconut filing
grated coconut (1 coconut)
2 tbsp brown sugar
1/2 pc of gula melaka (Palm sugar, cylinder type)
1/2 cup of water
2 pcs of pandan leaves
4 tbsp coarse sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1. Mix brown sugar, gula melaka, pandan leaves and water in a pot, bring to boil until melt
2. Discard pandan leaves and set aside
3. In a clean wok, heat coarse sugar until melt (caramel effect)
4. Add in gula melaka water (no 1)
5. Add in grated coconut and salt
6. Stir fry until mix well

- mix all below ingredients in a big bowl and use whisk to mix well
300g flour
1 tbsp tapioca flour
120ml pandan water
480ml water
1 egg ( beaten lightly)
1 tbsp corn oil
1 tbsp condensed milk
1/2 tsp salt

Steps to prepare Ketayap1. Pour a scoop of the batter in the center of the non-stick pan and move the pan around for the batter to coat the side
2. Once the colour change and batter turn hard, crepe is ready and remove it immediately . Just fry for one side only.
3 .Put a spoonful of the coconut filling on the crepe and roll the crepe
My tips:-
1. If time allow, rest the batter for 2 hours or more, the texture of the crepe will be even better.


Colin Woon said...

I'm first, I'm first today! Hahaha...

Wow! You're good! Looks sooo yummy! I missed this so much! Must ask wife to make!

Colin Woon said...

Yes, please provide recipe! You said tedious to prepare, how long does it take?

Little*twin*star said...


Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks good! Haha, I'm too lazy to make this. :P

Min said...

Yummy, recipe please......

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Colin, yeah, you back to no 1, but no prize, hehehe..After think back, actually not really tedious lah, maybe my first time prepare it, slow a bit, I think 1 hour should be ok. I will quickly write the recipe and add back to the same post, pls hold.

Xing, 1st time do, not bad lah.

Little Corner of mine, want to eat healthy and home made food, have to hard working a bit.

Min, pls hold, will provide soon.

Annie said...

Hi Sonia, wow these kueh looks yummy yummy!! I normally dont use colouring too. Maybe next time you can try to use more pandan leaves then the colour will be more green. oh ya, tell Jeslyn that, this is my favourite kueh too!!

Nancymommy said...


Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Annie, my Malay friend advised that dont put too much of pandan leaves because got bitter taste.

Nancy, wait huh, will provide recipe soon.

choi yen said...

pls share the recipe :)

米亚 said...

I love this kuih too!!! Looks yum! Waiting for your recipe

Bakeling said...

This is my favourite nyonya kuih ! But the hawker usually make it very sweet .

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Hi all, the recipe is ready for you to try out, let me know the result, ok.

Bakeling, this kind of kuih must taste sweet only nice mah.

Cindy Khor said...

my boyfriend made this for me and i absolutely love it... i love how the coconut filling just ooze out once i bite into it

米亚 said...

Hey! You look really pretty in the photo I saw in nancymummy's blog... goodness me! Cant believe you have a kid aged 12 years old!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Cindy, yes, is true, the coconut filing play very important role..

Mia, Xie Xie la..

pigpigscorner said...

yum yum! I've always wanted to make kuih but I think need lots of patience which I don't have =P

Cheryl said...

My mum in law favourite! :)
But I thought this was called 'kuih dadar'. Is it the same thing I wonder.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

pigpifcorner, if not many peoples at home, advised you not to try at home, quite tedious..

Cheryl, ya, some people called it kuih dadar, they are the same.

温馨小屋 said...


Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Felvinc, can not like this, you must prepare tiramisu for me also what..

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