Friday, December 23, 2011

Jajanan Pasar : Kue Talam & Kelepon

Jajanan Pasar : Kue Talam & Kelepon
(Traditional Market Dessert :
Steam cake with coconut milk & Glutinous rice ball with palm sugar filling)


Kue Talam (Steam Cake with coconut milk)
Commonly this kind of cake will use yam (sweet potato as the base), but in this recipe I'll try pumpkin puree instead of sweet potato puree. Maybe because starting October is the time for pumpkin to shine in American baking.

I copied the recipe from Rumah Gemintang with my modification.

A :
200 gram canned pumpkin puree
70 gram tapioca flour
30 gram rice flour
170 ml coconut milk
100 gram sugar
1/2 tsp salt

B:
25 gram tapioca flour
2 tbsp rice flour
25 ml warm water
150 ml coconut milk
1 tbsp sugar
1/4 tsp salt

Directions:
-Mix A ingredients until well mixed, shifted if needed
-Mix B ingredients until smooth also.
-Prepare hot steam pot and also kue talam mold, grease with some oil.
-Pour A mixture about 2 tbsp to the mold, steam for 10 minutes.
-Pour B mixture on top of cooked A mixture, steam again for 5 minutes.
- If you like you can put raisin as the garnish and steam for another 10 minutes ( but I skipped the garnish, so after pouring B mixture I added 15 minutes steaming time)
- Cool them and take the cake out from the mold. (size of this cake is abot 2 inches (diameter) and 1.5 inches (height) )

KueTalamPumpkin



KELEPON

I really like to use mba Ienas Tsuroiya recipe. I just use my cup to measure the ingredients. I've been using her recipe for several times, it turns out good. Might be because she is using the same brand of flour that we found here ^_^.

Ingredients:
2 cup rice glutinous flour
1/2 cup rice flour
2 cup thin coconut milk
1/2 tsp salt
5-6 drops of Pandan Pasta
Palm sugar thinly sliced

Grated Coconut (I use the frozen one)
1/2 tsp salt

Directions:
1. Mix rice glutinous, rice flour, Pandan Pasta and salt, add water small amount at a time, until the we get non sticky dough (it's like play doh consistency)
2. Take 1 tbsp of the dough, flatten it, fill the center with palm sugar, form it like a ball.
3. Boil some water in the pan, add the balls into boiling water. Wait until the ball floating, set aside.
4. Cover the ball with grated coconut that has been cooked (microwave)

Kelepon

CAUTION : IT'S GOOD TO HAVE ONE BITE BALL, IF WE ARE NOT CAREFULL, WE EAT JUST HALF OF THE BALL, THE MELTED SUGAR WILL SPRAY THE EATER ^_^




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