Monday, October 6, 2014

Talam Seri Medan

Talam Seri Medan
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resepi by : kak Faeez BitterSweetSpicy
50g palm sugar (gula Melaka) + 25ml plain water
60g rice flour
25g tapioca or sago flour
70g granulated sugar
200ml diluted coconut milk (I used 50ml coconut milk from the box & added 150ml water.)
125g (2 medium) bananas (pisang raja or berangan) - mashed
1/2 to 1 medium banana, diced - I added.
brown colouring
1/2 tsp salt

Combine palm sugar  & water  in a saucepan & cook until the sugar melts. Strain & set aside.
Combine palm sugar syrup, rice flour, tapioca flour, sugar, coconut milk & salt in a bowl & mix thoroughly. Strain & add in mashed & diced bananas & colouring. Mix until well-blended.
Pour mixture into a saucepan & cook on low fire (on the stove), stirring continuously until the mixture thickens slightly & steam starts to appear.
Pour mixture into a pan lined with silicone baking paper. (Read notes below.)
Steam for 15 minutes over medium fire.
Once cook, scratch the top of kuih gently with a folk before pouring the mixture for the top layer. 
20g sago pearls - I added 75g.
200ml thick coconut milk (I used 150ml coconut milk in the box & mix with 50ml water.)
35g rice flour
15g tapioca or sago flour
1/2 tsp salt
*100g sago pearls- I added to put on the top layer…(suka2 je letak)
Cook the sago pearls in boiling water until they become transparent. Strain & rinse under running water until they cool down. Set aside.
Combine coconut milk, rice & tapioca or sago flour & salt in a bowl. Mix throughly. Then strain & add in cooked sago pearls. Mix until well blended.
Pour mixture onto the cooked bottom layer & steam for 4min and added the 100g pearls on top and steam again for 20 minutes.
Remove pan from the steamer & allow to cool completely. Cut the kuih using a plastic knife. 
Notes & modifications:
The above recipe is only 1/4 of the original recipe.
I used a mess tin measuring 7 x 5 1/4 inch (18 x 13 1/2 cm ) for my kuih. You may also use  6 x 6 inch (15 x 15 cm) pan. The kuih is 3cm tall, 2cm for bottom & 1cm for the top layer. If you want to make it in a 8 x 8 inch pan, I suggest you double up the above recipe.
In all, I used a box (200ml) of coconut milk.
The pan must be greased or lined so that it's easy to release the kuih from the pan. Traditionally, the pan is greased with oil & heated up before the kuih mixture is poured into the pan. Now, it's a common practice to line the pan with a plastic, so one only needs to lift up the plastic to release the kuih from the pan. I think that's a great idea except, I'm not comfortable with cooking with the plastic. So I would usually line my pan with silicone paper (siliconised baking paper) for my steam kuih.
When removing the steamer cover, lift it carefully so that water from the cover does not drip onto the cooked kuih. If there's any water drips on the kuih, dab it gently with a kitchen paper towel or damp kitchen towel. 

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  1. sedap sangat nampak gambar tu ady

  2. Bukan sahaja nampak sedap tapi sangat cantik kejadiannya... nanti akak nak cuba.. tak sabar rasanya.. tapi kena cari pisang raja atau berangan dulu

  3. menarik resepi ne.nnt nk try lah.tq share abg ady.

  4. Wah! teringin juga nk mencubanya...

  5. ady punya kerja nampak bersih...bro bas...