Sunday 18 June 2006

Bubor Terrigu - 椰浆大麦露

Bubor Terrigu(椰浆大麦露) is a local Singapore dessert that you can found in most of the dessert stalls in the hawker centre or foodcourts. It's actually wheat cook in sugar syrup then serve with some coconut cream.

150g Terrigu(大麦)
90g Rock Sugar
100g Palm Sugar
100ml Thick Coconut Milk
Pandan Leaves
50ml Water
Pinch Of Salt

1. Soak the terrigu for at least 3 - 4 hours with plently of water. Discard the water.
2. Boil the rock sugar, palm sugar in 50ml of water until sugar melts, sift and set aside.
3. Put coconut milk and salt in a saucepan, simmer over low heat and set aside to cool as topping.
4. Fill a large pot with 1.2 litres of water and add pandan leaves and bring to boil.
5. Add the terrigu, switch to low heat and cook the terrigu until tender and keep stirring to prevent mixture from sticking to the pot.(use non-stick pan is better)
6. Add water if mixture goes too dry, keep stirring and lastly add sugar syrup and cook for another 10 minutes.
7. For a thicker mixture, mix 1 tablespoon plain flour with 2 tablespoons water, stir in and bring to boil again over low heat and remove from heat.
8. Scoop terrigu into a bowl and add 2 tablespoons of coconut milk and serve. Posted by Picasa

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