Saturday, July 9, 2011

Pandan (Screw-pine) Rice Pudding


Would you ever thought that its possible to make a dessert from leftover cooked white rice? I'm listening. Tell me loudly or whisper in my ears please. I actually never thought I can do it. But when inventive juice oozes out when you least expect, you better put the juice to good use. So I did. Pandan/screwpine leaves from my garden were juiced and poured into the cooked with some water white rice (Minced Lamb Potato Fried Rice, Ghee Rice & Tomato Rice). Then, can you please follow up as per said in this recipe. Vouch, this dessert (Mango Coconut Jelly & White Fungus Ginkgo Nuts) is simply irresistible, more importantly, we should be proud for saving cooked white rice

Ingredients
1 cup cooked white rice
10 pandan leaves (blend or process with 1/4 cup to extract juice)
Green coloring (optional)
Thick coconut milk - as needed
Gula melaka/palm sugar - as needed. Simmer with water for a thick syrup
A pinch of salt

Method:
Cook rice with enough water for a thick mixture, but with some grains still as it is.
Add pandan juice, coloring and salt.
Remove from stove, tip into a mould or tray.
Let it cool down before placing in the fridge to be set.
Bring out and cut into slices.
Then, drizzle with coconut milk and palm sugar syrup
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8 comments:

  1. I have heard of Pandan but have yet to taste-I will need to scout around to see if I can find these leaves. This looks like a tasty dessert and definitely a change of pace. Yum!

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  2. thanks Tina, its my own creation.

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  3. Oh, you lucky girl! I wish I had my own pandan :) Great looking pudding! Buzzzzz

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  4. That looks lovely. I've never heard of Pandan, but looked it up...I like that it is a molded rice pudding!

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  5. colourful dessert aromatic pudding

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  6. I don't like to waste food and always thinking of ways of now to convert into new recipes.

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  7. it looks so cool:) i am hungry now:D follow U on google plus and blogger:) hope U follow back:)

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  8. I had it lovely... urs look lovelier

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