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Ondeh Ondeh

Preparations

  1. Step 1

    Ready made dough

    Ready made dough

  2. Step 2

    1) Chop Gula Melaka into very small pieces

2) Bring a pot of water to boil with pandan leaves 

3) In a big bowl, mix mashed sweet potatoes and glutinous flour together then some water and work into a soft but firm dough.  

4) Add pandan green paste to the dough to enhance flavor and color.

    1) Chop Gula Melaka into very small pieces

    2) Bring a pot of water to boil with pandan leaves

    3) In a big bowl, mix mashed sweet potatoes and glutinous flour together then some water and work into a soft but firm dough.

    4) Add pandan green paste to the dough to enhance flavor and color.

  3. Step 3

    5) In a plate, add a pinch of salt into freshly grated coconut and mix well.

6) Pull a lil dough and smooth into a round ball, flatten it gently, and work into a mini bowl using your finger tips. 

7) Stuff as much gula melaka as you can, and close the mini bowl. Try to do it quick, so it wont break. 

8) When the water is bubbling, drop your ball into the water gently. make sure it doesnt stick to the bottom.

9) Once it floats up, it is done, so use a drainer and take up the cooked ondeh ondeh.

10) Roll it around on the grated coconut.

Done!

    5) In a plate, add a pinch of salt into freshly grated coconut and mix well.

    6) Pull a lil dough and smooth into a round ball, flatten it gently, and work into a mini bowl using your finger tips.

    7) Stuff as much gula melaka as you can, and close the mini bowl. Try to do it quick, so it wont break.

    8) When the water is bubbling, drop your ball into the water gently. make sure it doesnt stick to the bottom.

    9) Once it floats up, it is done, so use a drainer and take up the cooked ondeh ondeh.

    10) Roll it around on the grated coconut.

    Done!

  4. Step 4

    Now you made it, don't forget to take a Cooksnap photo to upload below! Recipe authors always LOVE to hear from you and see how their recipe turned out in your kitchen.

    Now you made it, don't forget to take a Cooksnap photo to upload below! Recipe authors always LOVE to hear from you and see how their recipe turned out in your kitchen.

Comments

  • Yongfook

    Yongfook whaaaa what is that last pic! I'm intrigued!

    about 6 years ago
  • Chelleydoo

    Chelleydoo Oh it is a picture of how gula melaka looks like. It comes in a block like that. It tastes very different from dark brown sugar. You shd get some at Bengawan Solo and gula melaka syrup is use in chendol too esp those in Malacca. It is what makes cendol so good!

    about 6 years ago
  • Yongfook

    Yongfook wow I had no idea it comes in a block like that!

    about 6 years ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen I'm very interested in this dessert!!
    I saw a similar desert in Thailand. Sooo cute!!!

    about 6 years ago
  • Chelleydoo

    Chelleydoo Yeah, there are many Malay related desserts that use gula melaka as the sweetener. It is divine!

    about 6 years ago
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