Saturday, August 12, 2017

椰丝糯米糕 Kuih Lopis

Kuih Lopis is a traditional dessert commonly found in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. It is made from steamed glutinous rice served with grated coconut and brown sugar syrup. It is relatively simple to make and you put as much sugar syrup as you like to suit your liking.

Kuih Lopis

Ingredients 材料

525g Glutinous Rice 糯米 (soak for 2-3 hours 泡浸2至3小时)
30 pcs Pandan Leaves 班兰叶
700ml Water 清水
6 pcs Fresh Banana Leaves 新鲜香蕉叶
Raffia String 绳子

1 cup Gula Melaka 椰糖 (chopped 切碎)
1/4 cup Water 清水

1 cup Fresh Grated Coconut 嫩椰丝
1/2 Tsp Salt 盐

Directions 做法

Cut (A) pandan leaves into 2cm strips and blend together with 700ml water until pulverized. Strain out 600ml of juice and discard the pulp.

Combine the extracted pandan juice and glutinous rice together into a pot and cook over low heat. Stir continuously until the pandan juice is fully absorbed into the semi-cooked glutinous rice. Remove from heat and set aside.

Clean and wipe dry banana leaves. Cut leaves into 25x25cm squares. Place sufficient amount of the pandan glutinous rice onto the prepared banana leaves and roll up tightly into a bolster. Tie both ends securely with raffia strings.

Boil glutinous rice rolls in a pot filled with sufficient boiling water to completely cover over the rice. Cook over medium high heat for an hour before draining out the water and allow the rice rolls to cool before serving.

Combine (B) together in a saucepan and bring to boil. Reduce heat to low and continue to simmer the syrup for another 10-13 mins until thickens. Set aside to cool.

Combine and mix (C) thoroughly into a steaming tray and steam over medium heat for 8-10 mins. Set aside.

Unwrap and remove the banana leaves. Slice the cooled glutinous into 1-2cm thick disc and roll it over the grated coconut (C) to coat evenly.

Pour gula melaka syrup (B) over the coated glutinous rice and serve.

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