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Ondeh-ondeh

This is a common Malaysia and Indonesia Snack. My friends from Taiwan love this Ondeh-ondeh when they travel Melaka and request me for this recipe.

Ondeh-ondeh also known as Buah Melaka by the Baba Nyonya – Peranakans  in state of Melaka, Malaysia or Some people named it Ondeh-Ondeh.

In Indonesia named it as ~Klepon~

This is a cute little sticky sweet famous snack filled with sweet brown coconut palm sugar (Gula Melaka) and coated with freshly grated marvellous smell of coconut. This is indeed one of my favorite childhood Nyonya Kuih.

Onde-onde is a combination of glutinous rice pandan dough with fresh grated coconut coating with chewiness texture and sweet half-melted of  tasty coconut palm sugar

Today I try one of this recipe with add steamed sweet purple potatoes in my Ondeh-ondeh. Some Ondeh-ondeh also added with pumpkin into dough too, so the dough was not so glutinous.

Here are 2 of Malaysia Baba Nyonya recipes: Ondeh-ondeh Pandan & Purple Sweet Potato

Pandan Onde-onde
Pandan Ondeh-ondeh

Onde-onde Pandan

Ingredients:

8 pandan leaves

250ml water

300g glutinous rice flour

1 cup chopped coconut palm sugar

1 fresh grated coconut (grated white part) added with pinch of salt

Method

1. Blend pandan leaves in 250ml water, filter .

2. Gradually pour pandan juice extract into flour, mix to form a pliable dough.

3. Pinch a small amount of dough. create a dent in the center.

4. Place a piece of palm sugar in it; seal to form a small round ball

5. Repeat the process until remaining dough is used up.

6. Bring water to the boil. Drop the ondeh-ondeh balls into boiling water

7. When dough balls rise to the surface, remove from heat.

8. Roll balls in salted, freshly grated coconut.

~ Try to use natural green color of pandan leaves extract for Pandan Ondeh-ondeh.

Pandan Onde-onde
Pandan Ondeh-ondeh

Sharing another Purple Sweet potato Ondeh-ondeh recipe :~

Purple Sweet Potato Ondeh-ondeh

Ingredients:

400 gm Purple sweet potato-Steamed and Mashed

1 cup Glutinous rice flour

1 tbsp Tapioca flour

1 cup Coconut Palm Sugar-chopped

1/2 cup Pure filter water

1 cup fresh grated coconuts-add a pinch of salt

Method:

1. Steam and mash the purple sweet potatoes.

Purple Sweet Potato Oden-oden
Purple sweet potato Ondeh-ondeh

Purple Sweet Potato Ondeh-ondeh

Ingredients:

400 gm Purple sweet potato-Steamed and Mashed

1 cup Glutinous rice flour

1 tbsp Tapioca flour

1 cup Coconut Palm Sugar-chopped

1/2 cup Pure filter water

1 cup fresh grated coconuts-add a pinch of salt

Method:

1. Steam and mash the purple sweet potatoes.

2. Gradually mix the mashed sweet potato into flour, mix to form a pliable dough.

3. Pinch a small amount of dough. create a dent in the centre.

4. Place a piece of palm sugar in it; seal to form a small round ball.

5. Repeat the process until remaining dough is used up.

6. Bring water to the boil. Drop the ondeh-ondeh balls into boiling water.

7. When dough balls rise to the surface, remove from heat.

8. Roll balls in salted, freshly grated coconut.

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      Ondeh-ondeh

      This is a common Malaysia and Indonesia Snack. My friends from Taiwan love this Onde-onde when they travel Melaka and request me for this recipe.

      Onde-onde also known as Buah Melaka by the Baba Nyonya -Peranakans  in state of  Melaka, Malaysia or Some people named it Ondeh-Ondeh.

      In Indonesia named it as ~Klepon~

      This is a cute little sticky sweet famous snack filled with sweet brown coconut palm sugar (gula Melaka) and coated with freshly grated marvellous smell of coconut .This is indeed one of my favorite childhood  Nyonya Kuih *♥‿★*

      Onde-onde is  a combination of glutinous rice pandan dough with fresh grated coconut coating with chewiness texture and sweet half-melted of  tasty coconut palm sugar

      Today I try one of this recipe with add steamed sweet purple potatoes in my Ondeh-ondeh. Some Ondeh-ondeh also added with pumpkin into dough too , so the dough was not so glutinous.

      Here are 2 of  Malaysia Baba Nyonya recipes .

      Pandan Onde-onde
      Pandan Onde-onde

      Onde-onde Pandan 

      Ingredients:

      8  pandan leaves

      250ml water

      300g glutinous rice flour

      1 cup chopped coconut palm sugar

      1 fresh grated coconut (grated white part) added with pinch of salt

      Method

      1. Blend pandan leaves in 250ml water, filter .

      2. Gradually pour pandan juice extract into flour, mix to form a pliable dough.

      3. Pinch a small amount of dough. create a dent in the center.

      4. Place a piece of palm sugar in it; seal to form a small round ball

      5. Repeat the process until remaining dough is used up.

      6. Bring water to the boil. Drop the onden-onden balls into boiling water

      7. When dough balls rise to the surface, remove from heat.

      8. Roll balls in salted, freshly grated coconut.

      ~Try to use natural green color of pandan leaves extract for Pandan Oden-oden .

      Pandan Onde-onde
      Pandan Onde-onde

      Sharing another Purple Sweet potato Ondeh-ondeh recipe :~

      Purple Sweet Potato Oden-oden
      Purple sweet potato Ondeh-ondeh
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