Its unbelievable how time flies today.. I woke up at 5am (tks to our morning diet of cereal/milk, dates and orange juice) and right after morning prayer I went back to bed.. woke up again in time bef hb went to work and since then I hv been awake.. now its nothing out of ordinary yah.. its just that do u ever wonder how on earth we manage to go thru our days without even feeling hungry and thirsty during fasting month?? Shukran :o)
This year once again Hairi is not with us to celebrate first day of Ramadhan.. last night he called and asked if we will be having our iftar with the family and if his grandmama was gonna cook Rawon (typical in our family.. first day iftar is at mom's and the dishes are always Rawon, bagedil, tempeh, rendang, paru, sambal tumis sotong, sambal goreng and not forgetting sambal belacan) and when i told him its gonna be Rawon he goes.. "Oh mannnnnn..." .. awww poor boy..
Sis Wati, Sis Lyn, BIL and their kiddies were there too.. gd to see u guys!
So as always I am in charge of the sweet stuff.. I took along cat tongues for the kids.. I prepared two types of kuih dadar.. I baked marble banana muffins again... glad everyone loves it!
1/4 tsp salt
1 large egg
25ml suji leaves n pandan leaves water (I omitted n added 1/2 tsp of pandan paste)
400ml coconut milk (200ml KARA + 225ml water)
1 tsp melted margarine (I used unsalted butter)
Sieve flour and add salt
Mix egg and coconut milk
Pour coconut milk mixture into flour mixture and continue to mix till batter is smooth
Take 1/4 batter and pour it into piping bag - set aside
To the rest of the batter add pandan & suji leaves water
Heat up a non-stick pan, brush the pan with a bit of oil, pipe in plain batter - zig zag or any kinda motive u like.
Pour some pandan batter to the pan and swirl the pan around so that the batter completely covers the base.
Cook the crepe until you see the side is lightly brown and crispy. Flip it over and cook the other side for about 20 seconds. Remove from pan.
Put some filing on the pancake and roll it up like a spring roll. Serve as dessert or for tea time.
250 gm. grated coconut
30 gm. castor sugar
100 gm. gula melaka (palm sugar)
30g dark brown sugar (i added)
60 gm. water
1 tsp. cornflour
2 pcs. pandan leaves - cut into small pieces
Cook sugar, gula melaka and water in a wok till sugar melts.
Add in grated coconut and pandan leaves and fry till dry.
Sprinkle cornflour on top and stir till well mixed.
Cool before using.
1/4 tsp salt
1 large egg
1/4 tsp chocolate paste
1 tsp melted margarine
Same as abv
40g corn flour
2 tbsp cocoa powder
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp chocolate paste
Mix all ingredients and cook on low fire till thicken - set aside
Note: I used coconut filling for both Dadar
Source: Fm one of the magazines that i bought in jkt - Saji jedisi 185