Homecooked: Kuih Dadar

My mum loves Kuih Dadar and I decided to make this for Friday Dessert.

It is important to get fragrant pandan leaves and I followed the recipe from Sea Salt with Food.

With the use of my Jamie Oliver Blender, I blend the pandan leaves for the juice.



By adding the pandan juice, the mixture turned into a beautiful green batter.


Works like crepe, the pandan skin stuffed with aromatic coconut fillings.


Coconut and Palm sugar make heavenly marriage.


The delightful process took about 15 -20 minutes. Freshly-made nyonya kuih is simply irresistable.

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