Thursday, June 17, 2010

BINGKA TEPUNG BERAS

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This is another traditional kuih of Malaysia/Singapore, made of rice flour, coconut milk and sugar. It is normally served either for breakfast or after completing your meal as dessert.

In the olden days, fresh coconut is used for making this dessert but now ready made coconut milk is being used.

Almost forgotten, this kuih is hardly on sale unlike kuih bakar (similar preparation) which is made of wheat flour is easily obtainable from food stalls around the country.

For more information about pandan leaves, do check out this link:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandanus_amaryllifolius


INGREDIENTS

2 C rice flour
1 C white sugar
2 C coconut milk
3 C water
1 pandan leaf knotted
1 teaspoon salt

METHOD

* Place all ingredients in a deep pot, mix well using the whisk, make sure no lump.

* Using medium heat, stir the mixture until slightly thick.

^ Remove the pandan leaf and pour onto greased 8 inches pan.

* Bake for 45-50 minutes @ 190 C or a skewer inserted in the middle comes out clean.

* Cool completely before slicing.

33 comments:

PranisKitchen said...

wow really delicious one..thanks for sharing this malay recipe..

divya said...

Mouthwatering.Looks yummy.

Madhura Manoj said...

looks delicious & tempting. Nice click.

Suja Sugathan said...

Looks delicious..Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe.

Rachana Kothari said...

Thanks for sharing this traditional sweet dish! Looks really delicious!

Nitha said...

Looks delicious... And somewhat similar to the kallappam what my mom prepares.

Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

Looks so good..What is pandan leaf???

Life is beautiful!!! said...

The dsh looks super yummy...soooooo white and soft :).

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Wow, the dish look and sounds lovely, something that I would love to eat if given. Thanks for introducing me to such nice Malaysian sweets :)

Kairali sisters said...

Looks like Vattayapams from Kerala. Looks delish Dear..Soft and spongy..

Love
Kairali sisters

Priya said...

Cute and delicious beras, looks utterly yummy..

GayathriRaj said...

As soon as i saw the name of the dish im confused...but aftr reading ur post got it...really looking very nice and yummy....

Krishnaveni said...

wow...what a pleasent white colour dish. i really loved it. going to try it soon

Suman Singh said...

hmm..thats a unique and delicious looking dessert..thanks for sharing this recipe...

Preeti said...

hmmmm very interesting ..... need to try this.. looks yummy. Thanks for the recipe.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi... First time in ur blog.... U have a nice set of recipes... So yummy... Loved this recipe. Nice to know abt a new traditional recipe...

Kiran said...

This white and soft Bingka Tepung Beras looks very delicious.Love the presentation.

Satya said...

you kuih looks very yummy ... i will try it ... thanks for visiting my blog ... it is so wonderfull to know recipes of each country ... as you know i am new to blogging it is so much fun to connect with all of you

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Thanks all for your encouraging words....

Sukanya Ramkumar and Satya...thanks for visiting and your sweet comments, hope to see you often...

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Thanks dear for sharing this traditional sweet with us. the dish looks lovely ...

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

jeyashrisuresh said...

being in singapore i never explored any local sweets. nice one.perfect shapes

Sarah Naveen said...

this is new to me...looks absolutely delicious...

Sushma Mallya said...

haven't tried this before but the look of it I can say it must have tasted soft and divine:)...nice click too :)

Aparna said...

soft and delicious!!

Padhu said...

Looks gorgeous!!

vineetha said...

Never tasted or heard abt this one..Butthis looks so soft and temoting.

Vidhya said...

yummy.....I like rice..coconut combo...Thanks for visiting my blog..Do visit again

Faith said...

This looks delicious -- I love coconut desserts! It's also very pretty.

Sridevi said...

Coconut rice cakes looks super and yummy.

Sanjeeta kk said...

Very interesting recipe! Must try it.

Malar Gandhi said...

Oh boy, that luks real delicious.

sheba said...

thanks for sharing..it sure does look real good.

Ayu Safieza @ Humaira' said...

Dear TT,
Glad I gave this recipe a try.
Minta izin copy paste ye.
Yum yum tol kuih ni:)
Thank u sooooooooooo much for d sharing...

emmmuah!!:)