Sunday, September 15, 2013

Kuih Pandan Cara Manis



When I saw JocelineRose Manap and then Sonia made these cute little kuih, I couldn't resist making them too, especially when my new bahulu mould has been sitting in the cupboard for two years -  still wrapped in plastic!!

Recipe from Sonia


Ingredients:

100g cake flour
100g coconut milk
100g pandan water (and a drop of pandan paste)
1 egg
A pinch of salt

Fillings:  mix together 
Gula Melaka (grated)
Raw sugar
Desiccated coconut

Cooking oil
Gula Melaka (palm sugar ) or raw sugar
Kuih Bahulu mould 
Satay skewer


  • Mix all ingredients in a mixing bowl, strain the batter.
  • Heat up the Kuih Bahulu mould over a gas stove.
  • When the mould is hot, grease the cavity with cooking oil using pandan leaves. 
  • Spoon batter into each cavity half full, fill with about 1/2 tsp in the centre of each batter.
  • Spoon batter to completely cover each of the cavity. Cover the mould with a lid and cook  until golden brown (take about 5 min). 
  • Remove the kuih with a skewer.

20 comments:

  1. ivy sew http://simplybeautifulhealthyliving.blogspot.comSeptember 15, 2013 at 5:47 PM

    Hi Veronica, so beautiful and yummy !

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  2. How pretty are these little pandan treats! I love coconut anything!

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  3. Hi Veronica! I love the colour combination - green and brown! :D

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  4. So cute and pretty. Must be very fragrant with coconut milk and pandan.

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  5. Hi Veronica
    That was fast of you making this yummy delicious kuih after Sonia posted hers. It is good also that someone has made this kuih so you could get use your mould or else your bahulu mould will continue sitting in the cupboard till dont know when......lol.

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    1. Mel I have the habit of buying things which I 'think' I would use whenever I am back in Malaysia. But when I came home I just put them away in the cupboard and they will be sitting there collecting dust. Sigh. I just remember I have an unused roti jala mould which I bought more than 3 years ago.

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  6. wow wow.!!... beautiful kuih. May I have 2 please?

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    1. Veronica, you can certainly have more than two 😃

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  7. They do look cute and must be yummy with the coconut and fragrant gula melaka!

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    1. Yes, very fragrant but too bad the mould was quite small so can't put too much filling in.

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  8. Me too have the mould and keep aside for years! This one sounds easy to make. Your kuih turn out very well!

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  9. Hi Veronica, that's a very nice kuih. Yours look delicious and well done.
    Have a nice day ahead.

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  10. Veronica, these kuih cara are so cute and so pretty! I love this sugar version a lot :)

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  11. I like this kuih, delicious with the filling! Nice one

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  12. Veronica, this are really lovely, very dainty! I must borrow my mil's bahulu mould to try this out one day ;)

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  13. Your kuih looks good to eat! I have never eaten one with filling before. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. This flower kuih looks pretty. It must be very yummy with the combination pandan, gula melaka and coconut.

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  15. Thanks for the mentioned. My son keep asking me to make this kuih again ^_^

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