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Dadar (Coconut pandan pancake)


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Ingredients

10 portion(s)

Dadar (Coconut pandan pancake)

  • 100 grams rice
  • 35 grams raw sugar
  • 100 grams coconut milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • few drops Pandan essence
  • 3 eggs
  • 200 grams palm sugar
  • 150 grams Freshly grated or desicated coconut
  • 1 fresh pandan leaf
  • 100 g water
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Recipe's preparation

    Dadar (Coconut pandan pancake)
  1.  Mill rice and sugar 20 sec/speed 9.

  2. Add eggs, coconut milk, salt and pandan essence in TM Bowl. Mix 30 sec/speed 9. Batter should be a very liquid consistency. 

  3. Heat a non-stick pan over low heat.  For each pancake, pour 4 tablespoons of the batter into pan and cook for 2 minutes, or until top is just set. Turn the pancake over and cook for a further minute.  Repeat until all batter has been used and let pancakes cool to room temperature.

  4. Sugar Syrup
  5. Place palm sugar in bowl and chop 3 secs/speed 5. Add water and pandan leaf cook 5 min/100C/Counter-clockwise operation/Gentle stir setting. Leave to cool for 5 mins.


  6. Filling
  7. Place sugar syrup and grate coconut in bowl, mix 5 secs/speed 3/Counter-clockwise operation

    Place 2-3 Tablespoons on pancake and fold like a springroll.

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Tip

 

Pandan can be easily found frozen in Asian grocers. Often known as ‘Asian Vanilla’ it has long, bright green leaves and a sweet, unique flavour.  


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  • I cooked these as a trial run

    Submitted by Sandyweisz on 24. April 2014 - 18:58.

    I cooked these as a trial run for a Balinese themed birthday party, tasted great.  Easy too.  Only thing is my batter wasn't green Like in the picture?  Should i have put the leaf in the batter mixture instead of the pandan essence?

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  • Looks Delicious Louise.  Well

    Submitted by izzyp on 10. November 2012 - 21:09.

    Looks Delicious Louise.  Well done! Big Smile

     

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  • Hard to say what the flavour

    Submitted by Louise Richards on 7. November 2012 - 14:57.

    Hard to say what the flavour is .... i love it and yes it adds the green colour.  The bowl in the middle has the cocunut filling in it just for the photo.  They are devine to eat like a crepe.

     

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  • I have never used pandan

    Submitted by Panoukla on 7. November 2012 - 13:49.

    I have never used pandan essence or leaf before. What sort of flavor does it add. I take it that it causes the batter to turn green? What have you served in the middle of the plate. Looks like an interesting dish.

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