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Kuih Kosui Gula Melaka

The other jiggly and wobbly kuih-muih. Remember the other? Kuih Sagu Kukus (Steamed Sago Cake)? That's right. Kuih Kosui Gula Melaka on the other hand? Like I have already told you, jiggly and wobbly, but made from flour. The rest of the ingredients? Gula Melaka, white sugar if you wish,  pandan leaves, coconut, salt and water. See, I told you? Our Malaysian ingredients for another type of our Malaysian sweet delicacy (Wajik Pulut, Kuih Buah Melaka, Bingka Pisang & Malaysian Sago Pudding)? What else is new. Nothing much I can think of, except, can we get cooking to Kuih Kosui Gula Melaka? We shall. 


Ingredients
1/2 cup gula Melaka/palm sugar
White sugar  - as needed (if you want to add. I didn't)
1 1/2 cups water
3/4 cup all purpose flour
1/2 cup tapioca flour
A few pandan leaves - knotted 
Fresh grated coconut mixed with a pinch of salt.
Method
Simmer gula Melaka with pandan leaves and water for a thick syrup.
Remove from heat and cool it down slightly. 
Sift all purpose flour and rice flour over the gula Melaka syrup. 
Whisk and stir so that there's no lumps of flour.
Pour on a steaming tray or individual moulds.
Steam to cook.

Thereafter cut and roll over grated coconut.







Comments

  1. totally new to this dish ...looks yumm

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  2. Absolutely succulent, tempting and gorgeous pudding :)

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  3. Looks very tempting! Steamed cakes are delicious and a look at your ingredients and I know these I would happily gorge on!

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  4. Hrad to find the ingredients here, maybe... but the cake looks super awesome

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  5. Never tried these desserts..Interesting one nava

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  6. I've never actually used alkaline water in anything before haha.....what is it supposed to do? Your kuih look so good!! And love that the recipe looks pretty simple too!

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  7. I really wish to taste it. ...what is gula paneka? Is this the same palm jaggery available in india?

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  8. love your steam pot. and dish is too tempting.

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  9. Completely new dish to me and I am smitten by it :D

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  10. Looks like a lovely dessert, would love to try it!

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  11. Hi Nava, this is one of my favorite kuih. Your look so inviting.
    Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    Have a nice day, regards
    Amelia

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  12. I like to eat this but cant eat much. Normally i would buy instead but hard to find good ones

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  13. i have been eating this for breakfast for almost a week,the taste of gula melaka and grated coconut,3pcs for a ringgit.

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  14. wa effort, I love such dessert which incorporates coconut!

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  15. Gosh, I'm salivating now! I've seen this dessert many times but don't know the name. I love gula melaka, Nava! Gonna hunt for this in the stores :)

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  16. What a tasty dessert, thanks for sharing :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  17. This is just a new dish to me, but with the pics and ingredients - sure a great one...

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  18. Delicious dessert with natural aroma of palm & pandan leaves...Love to try it...

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  19. This is a desert i have never read abt.. It looks so yummy.. Thanks fr sharing
    the recipe

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  20. it is looking and yummy dessert.. so easy to make

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  21. such a yummu dessert full of flavours....I doubt if we get pandan leaves here ..I'd love to try this

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  22. This is so good... very tempting...

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  23. I have never had kuih kosui before. It looks awesome, can't wait to try it :)

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  24. my fav kind of kuih! you sure are a great cook!

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  25. What a lovely dessert. Looks really yumm:-)

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