Sunday, March 21, 2010

KUIH BAKAR KENTANG

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This is traditional kuih of Malaysia and Singapore, made of wheat flour, coconut milk, mashed potato and sugar then bake for at least 40 minutes. This kuih has so many versions and in the olden days, it is cooked using charcoal, the coconut itself is picked from our own garden, grated and squeezed by hand to obtain the coconut milk if compare with today's life it is so convenient, one click does it all. I have modified the recipe to make it eggless and used evaporated milk. Thanks Jun for sharing this recipe.

INGREDIENTS

3 medium size potatoes mashed
1 and 1/4 cup coconut milk/evaporated milk
2/3 cup sugar
1 cup wheat flour
1 tablespoon butter melted
food colouring
oil for greasing the pan
a pinch of salt

METHOD

1. Blend together coconut milk and sugar.

2. Now add flour, butter, mashed potato, colouring and salt. Blend until smooth.

3. Pour into 7 inches greased pan and bake for 40-50 minutes @ 180 C.

4. Cool completely before slicing.

Source : Jun

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36 comments:

Federica said...

ciao!! particolare questa ricetta!!! complimenti!! grazie della tua visita! ciao!

Kiran said...

Hi Treat & Trick,these kuih look very delicious.Love the different varieities of kid-friendly snacks you post.

Sushma Mallya said...

Thats a very interesting sweet dish,looks just like a burfi but totally different from the indian one...but def yummy....

isabel said...

Hi Treat & Trick, this kuih looks awesome!
yummy yumm!

simply.food said...

What an interesting sweet dish.It looks delicious.

Krishnaveni said...

It looks yummy and very easy to prepare. Great.

Gita said...

Very interesting sweet...looks good, I like the color too :)

Yat Maria said...

Kak

Kemarin my sis baru buatkan...ishh..sesekali makan ngan minum kopi panas... sedap...rajin u buat kuih ni..

Pavithra said...

This is very different and looks delicious ...

Thanks for sharing it with us

Aparna S Mallya said...

I have never tried potatoes and sugar together. so this is something new for me. looks delicious. is green the traditional color used?

Bharathy said...

Something very new to me!! :)..Love the ingredients which goes into..:)

Vanillastrawberryspringfields said...

Este recetinha e que magnifique...vou fazera...
gostei muitissmo menina...
bejinhos e bom fim de semana

Vanillastrawberryspringfields said...

MAgnifique e deliciousa...

Lady Boheme said...

Una ricetta deliziosa. Complimenti, grazie della visita, kiss

Daniela said...

Molto particolare questa ricetta, assolutamente da provare.
Ciao Daniela.

Nandini said...

Love the fluorescent color of the sweet! Yum!

PALATABLE said...

Hi ladies,
Thanks so much for your precious comments, this is really encouraging....

Federica thanks for the visit and your sweet comment..

Isabel..thanks for dropping by, your lovely comment and joining in, hope to see you often...

Aparna S Mallya..the color derived from green food coloring I used...

Vanillastrawberryspringfields..thanks for your compliments, love to see you again...

Lady Boheme..thanks for the visit and your sweet comments..

Daniela..thanks for the visit and joining in, do try this and let me know, hope to see you again...

PJ said...

oh wow, this looks so delicious and very unique too! i have never tasted this mashed potato, coconut and sugar combo. i love malaysian desserts, thanks for sharing, i have it bookmarked now.

Pam said...

This is such an interesting recipe and I love the green!

Enjoy!

xoxo

Rachana Kothari said...

What an interesting sweet dish!!! love the green colour:)

Sushma Mallya said...

Hi,thanks a lot for coming again and letting me know abt it...actually what happened is yesterday i was typing and editing the recipe and before finished by mistake i posted it, and then again i saved it to my drafts because i had to include photos as well,but still its showing my updates like this in yours and others blog, i dont know y but ya really frustrating if such thing happens....will be posting another recipe today after half an hour,pls do come and check it ...thanks so much for coming...

MaryMoh said...

This looks very delicious.....my type of dessert.

Akal's Saappadu said...

"kuih" is a delicious sweet I'm discovering. Kuih done from the coconut which comes from your garden, that's something great!!! the recipe sounds new & wonderful!!

hayatcemresi said...

esselamu aleykum my dear sister,
your foods very interesting

Jagruti said...

Love the colour of the sweet dish..:-)) new to me!!

vineetha said...

will be definitely yummy..looks yummylicious

Sarah Naveen said...

Its new to me..looks so yummy!!

Babli said...

Nice, unique and interesting dish. Looks delicious and tempting.

Siddhi S said...

wow lovely sweet...looks so nice...loved its way of preparation and ingredients...it vl taste super yumm

Soma Pradhan said...

this is an interesting recipe

Stephanie said...

Sounds wonderful! I really enjoy reading your posts as your ingredients and pairings are so unique!

HaleyLeann said...

This is very new to me. It sounds yummy! This may be a dumb question, is it served as a dessert or a sweet tasting side dish? Just curious. Thanks for linking up on Recipes I Can't Wait to Try!

HaleyLeann said...

This is very new to me. It sounds yummy! Is it served as a dessert or a sweet side dish? Just curious. Thanks for linking up on Recipes I Can't Wait to Try!

Tina @ MOMS CRAZY COOKING said...

Thanks so much for linky up to This Week's Cravings!

http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com

Treat and Trick said...

HaleyLeann...Thanks for hosting dear. It is a dessert can also be taken with your cuppa...

Tina @ Moms Crazy Cooking...Thanks for hosting...

withoutadornment said...

I've never heard of a recipe like this, but it looks pretty good! I imagine it's pretty easy to make gluten free as well!