I love pandan everything!

Pandan cakes, pandan kuih, pandan flavoured rice (think nasi lemak!) …  i love them all. Hahaa!

I’ve bookmarked this recipe for quite sometime already. So when i had quite a bit of white coconut left from my Ondeh Ondeh, i wasted no time to churn this kuih out.

To my surprise, it came out quite pretty! Rather easy to un-mold too! Initially, i was a little skeptical because, almost nothing works from this book! Very frustrating i tell you. This gotta be the first recipe that works OK and i’m really quite pleased.

Taste wise, it was exactly what i had expected it to be. Full pandan flavour with fragrant coconut milk. Man, if you like these 2 combo, you CANNOT not make this. Of course, the grated coconut is a must, just like Ondeh Ondeh. :)

Kuih Kosui Pandan

180g rice flour
50g tapioca flour
150g sugar
300ml thick coconut milk
450ml water + 10 pcs pandan leaves – blended, strained for pandan juice
150g (or 1/2 coconut)  grated white coconut, steamed and mixed with a pinch of salt

Method

1. Sieve rice flour and tapioca flour into a mixing bowl, add in all the rest of the ingredients except grated coconut.
2. Mix thoroughly and stir over low heat till mixture thickens.
3. Pour into greased patty tins, steam over medium heat for 20 minutes.
4. Remove from patty tins, roll in grated coconut and serve.

Source : Popular Kuih Muih book

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Submitting this to Muhibbah Monday by Sharon, Test With Skewer :)

17 Responses to “Kuih Kosui Pandan”

  1. So cute so cute! I really like this photo, looks yummy and a change from the usual desserts. What a nice blog you have :)

  2. i love pandan too especially the drink

    lovely dessert!

  3. Like you, I like pandan everything – I especially like pandan + coconut! :)

  4. I hardly ever eat it but I also love anything with pandan in it. I still have some in my freezer! these litle babies are just too gorgeous!

  5. I’ve never thot of using this mould for kuih kosui. They look so pretty like flower.

  6. Looks yummy! I CANNOT make this, not good for my waist!

  7. Wish I could find pandan here…those jade green kuih look so inviting!

  8. pudding : thank u thank u.. and welcome! :)

    ann : drink?!?! Which pandan drink? Must share with me!

    janine : pandan = western’s take on vanilla!

    john : hold on to those pandan leaves. you’ll need it very soon!

    babe : thank you! was a last min thingy and i searched high and lo for these molds. haha!

    jeannie : i know! hahah! i dare not make these again .. unless i’ve got guests coming!

    angie : *pat*pat* even in asian grocery store? a friend in German managed to secure them u know!

  9. Very cute shapes. I never though to use a different mould for this kuih (slaps forehead). I’ve been wanting to make this kuih for so long but always though, I don’t have a mould! Now I realise I could have used my jelly moulds, he he he. Thanks for another great entry. Oh ya, I love pandan anything too.

  10. lovely capture and I belong to the pandan fan club too!

  11. I thought you will do purple kuih leh…..! lol

    I love pandan everything too.

  12. These are so petite and cute…. I don’t have the mold though… I’ve only had Pandan a few times, but I don’t remember the taste…

  13. Great photo and presentation! Love the fresh green color and sounds scrumptious!

  14. shaz : i’m always anyhow. grin. i use whatever i have and want. i bake/cook by almost rule-less. :P

    noobcook : *smile* pandan rocks!

    tigerfish : hahahahaaa.. i’m a colourful person lah!

    elle : any molds would do!

    xiaolu : thank you babe :)

  15. They look lovely. You are really good. :)

  16. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I have made some of these and linked to you. :)

  17. How long do you take to do this dish?

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