Saturday, February 4, 2012

Klepon / Indonesian glutinous rice balls



This Indonesian glutinous rice balls is remind me  my childhood memory,my mother use to make this so often and is very easy to make,simple and not using to many ingredients




ingredients;
1 1/2 cup sweet rice flour/glutinous powder
3/4 cup lukewarm water
3 drop pandan paste
8 tablespoon grated palm sugar
1 cup grated coconut
pinch of salt

preparation :
mix the rice flour with lukewarm water
add 3 drop pandan paste
mix it with hand until the dough is firm but flexible

pull off about 1 tablespoon of the dough and shape it in to a ball
push in the center and put about 1/2 teaspoon grated palm sugar
and seal and roll it back into a ball shape,
make about 24 pcs,set aside
in the dip pan bring water to boil,in medium high temperature
drop about 5-6 balls  in to boiling water
remove the ball with unsolid spoon once they float to the water surface
then roll the balls directly in to grated coconut
remove the ball with spoon once they float to the water surface

roll the ball directly in to grated coconut and serve at room temperature
E n j o y 

12 comments:

Elpiniki said...

These looks so colorful and tasteful!
Great presentation!

Rathai said...

This recipe is new to me. I love how you have presented it. It looks delectable, like ice-cream. :)

My Home Diary in Turkey said...

iihh.. baru saja kepikiran pengen bikin ini, eh udah keduluan Ridwan deh.. hihihihi.... absolutely my favorite among other 'jajan pasar'

Kristen said...

How fun to make something that reminds you of your childhood. I have been looking for glutinous rice flour...I must keep up my search.

Curry and Comfort said...

Foods that our mother's made us as children are some of the best foods in the world. This looks amazing and fun. Thank you for sharing it with us. Have a great Sunday! ~ Ramona

LV said...

So pretty and colorful. I have seen these before and always wondered what they taste like. They look amazing! I am always pleasantly surprised when I step out of my comfort zone and try new treats like this. When I tried Mochi for the first time I was hooked and when I tried lychee, absolutely addicting:-) I need to try this too!

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Zoe said...

This post is amazing.

We call this Oneh Oneh in Singapore and this is always my childhood fav!

Nava.K said...

For sure I will say yes to this ondeh-ondeh as we call it. Only that we use palm sugar for the filling.

Tiffany said...

I love when I learn something new from a food blog! Thanks for sharing! :D

Sandi said...

Yum! ...& so pretty! Nicely done :)

Asian-spice mix said...

Thank you all for comments,I appreciated as always :)
Ridwan

Elies_Lie said...

This is one of my fav jajanan pasar too ridwan! Glad u post this so other can learn how addictive and sweet this snack :)
I wondering where u find the bowl for the klepon? even in indonesia is hard to find props to make a traditional mood for the photo :(