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Monday, October 10, 2011

Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling), Encore !

Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling)

This was not my 1st time making this yummy Nyona kuih (my old post here), i quite often making this kuih as this is one of my family favourite's kuih. Kuih Ketayap or Kuih Dadar is a rolled crepe (usually flavored with pandan juice) and filled with grated sweet coconut filling (flavored with gula melaka or Malaysian palm sugar).





Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling)


Making the coconut sweet filling...

Picnik collage


Picnik collage



No articial colouring in these crepes, 100% made from pandan (screwpine leaf) juices...
Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling)

Gula Melaka (Palm sugar), chopped

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roll it up like a spring roll

Picnik collage


Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling)


Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling)
(recipe source: by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

Sweet coconut filling
Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling)400g grated coconut (from young coconut)
2tbsp brown sugar
150g palm sugar /gula Melaka, chopped
125ml water
2pcs pandan leaves (screwpines), knotted
4tbsp coarse white sugar
1/2tsp salt

Method
1. Mix brown sugar, palm sugar, pandan leaves and water in a pot, bring to boil until sugar melted.
2. Discard pandan leaves and set aside
3. In a clean wok, heat coarse sugar until melt (caramel effect).
4. Add in gula melaka mixture (no 1)
5. Add in grated coconut and salt
6. Stir fry until slightly dry and well combine. Set aside.

Crepe Batter
300g all purpose flour
2tbsp tapioca flour
650ml pandan water ( blend 650ml water + 20pcs pandan leaves)
1 egg, lightly beaten
1tbsp corn oil or cooking oil
1tbsp condensed sweet milk
1/2tsp salt
1tsp Homemade pandan paste, optional

Method
1. Mix flour, tapioca flour and salt in a mixing bowl.
2. Add corn oil,condensed sweet milk and pandan water together.
3. Add egg into flour mixture, slowly pour in the liquid mixture No 2, whisk till well combine.
4. Sift the batter and set aside for 1-2hours.

To prepare Kuih Ketayap

1. Heat up a shallow frying pan over a low flame and lightly grease with cooking oil. Pour a scoop of the batter in the center and swirl the pan to coat it and form a thin crepe.
2. Once the batter colour change and the edge of the batter turn dry, crepe is ready and remove it immediately. Fry just for one side only. Continue to fry till batter is finished and crepes can be stack on each other as it would not stick together.
3. Put a spoonful of the coconut filling on the crepe and roll it up like the spring roll.
4. Enjoy!!



Kuih Ketayap (Crepe with sweet coconut filling)



I am submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #12: Traditional Kueh (October 2011) hosted by SSB of Small Small Baker.

79 comments:

  1. This looks great! Must be very tasty! Love the green colour! Yummy!

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  2. OMG. Love the green hue of the crepes. So pleasing to the eyes. Love the Clicks too Sonia.

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  3. Love this very much ...looks so fab ....yum

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  4. I remember I made this when I was in the "Home Science class". We called this Kuih Ketayap. Yummy! Thanks for this post.

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  5. I just saw it at 茄子 house...i like this kueh also!! Look the skin so soft and the filling so nice...

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  6. 我很喜欢这款糕点,尤其是花生馅的。

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  7. Awesome Sonia. This look exactly like the one I used to have in my primary school canteen, my fav kuih from the kuih stall, I miss it so much.

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  8. 感谢你的步骤图
    一目了然
    我好喜欢:)

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  9. Hi,

    How do i make the orange color coconut filling instead of the gula melaka (brown sugar) one as my boyfren really dislikes the brown sugar filling. Many thanks for your help

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  10. I love kuih dadar too but never try to make this at home. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe, Sonia :)

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  11. Amber, just change gula melaka to normal coarse sugar. But this change will not as authentic as that one use gula melaka.

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  12. Sonia, today must be kuih ketayap day....haha..茄子 n you both post the same kuih. I love this kuih very much and yours is very well made and presented.

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  13. Beautiful photos + kuih yang sedap , this is my favourite kuih too !

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  14. Although I'm not a coconut fan but your pandan crepes look so appealing, can smell the pandan from here .........mmmmm!

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  15. I love this. It is one of my favourite childhood kueh and now after seeing your it really makes me crave for some.... Love the tone of green you have too :)

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  16. I love this too. Very beautiful.

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  17. Beautiful! The coconut filling sounds marvelous!

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  18. I love this kuih too.Very nice and sweet color.

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  19. I love to eat kueh, but never make myself before...

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  20. Love it. Used to have these kuih every week for breakfast. :)

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  21. Wow u have done it perfectly,my fav too...clicks are too gud.

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  22. I love this as well, anything with coconut and gula melaka is my favorite ^_^

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  23. Sonia, I love this kuih! However, here in Sweden we can't get freshly grated coconut... :( We only have the dried coconut flakes in the supermarket, do you think those are useable to make this?

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  24. Wow, I am in love with the natural greenness... :)

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  25. This is my favorite of all Kuehs. I also love Onde-onde. Anything with coconut and gula melaka filling would capture my appetite.

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  26. Sylvia, I am not too sure as I never tried with dried coconut before. But I would suggest you to add more water to cook dried coconut till soften if you wish to try out. Sorry for not helping you out.

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  27. looks yummy, as i like coconut so much, thanks for sharing, will surely try out one day

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  28. Look at the green, this kueh is lovely!

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  29. Not sur eif I can find teh leaf and would love to surprise my girl friends with green pancakes;) They look awesome;)

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  30. 这个我也好喜欢吃呢!

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  31. This looks great, I love the natural green colour. I like this kuih a lot, hope I can make it this coming weekends!

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  32. This is one of my favourite kuih! I was thinking of making this for the past two weeks! Wish to have some now! Looks delicious!

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  33. lovely and tempting crepes..yummy yum !!

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  34. I have always enjoyed the colour of this local kuih. It is certainly delicious and one is never enough as far as I am concerned.

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  35. Eileen@Hundred Eighty DegreesOctober 10, 2011 at 10:38 PM

    I like this. Yours look perfect.

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  36. I have never seen such glowing green crepes, but when I finally get hold of the pandan juice, I will give them a try. They looks so luscious!

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  37. I LOVE THESE! I'm glad you decided to do an encore! (:

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  38. ohhhh. I love this. It is tempting me sooo much. You got a nice colour from pandan. Lovely.

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  39. Looks yummy and neatly rolled up.I like it au-natural.
    I want to learn to make this too. Thanks Sonia.

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  40. looks fantastic and perfectly done...love all the beautiful clicks.

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  41. This is my favorite kuih. I eat this almost everyday during puasa..haha

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  42. This crepe looks so pretty, makes me want to go to the kitchen to make a batch almost immediately! Great job!

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  43. This is beautiful! I am drooling looking at your kueh pictures.

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  44. I love anything with gula Melaka!!!

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  45. Wow 100% pandan leaf is this beautiful color... it's lighter green compared to matcha and it's really pretty... I love this crepe. I really want to taste of pandan leaf. Do you think Taiwan has pandan leaf? My husband is not sure. I'm so curious! So much to discover!

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  46. 我很喜欢pandan 的自然青色~~~
    这一定很美味 ~~

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  47. This looks great! Tasty! Love the color.

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  48. The color looks gorgeous ! Two thumbs up for not using artificial coloring :) I want one , pls uhmm make it 2 or more :D

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  49. Love the thin layer of crepes that you made. They look gorgeous in everything, colour & how the kueh neatly wrapped. :)

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  50. sonia, the green is really beautiful!

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  51. I have to say this is one of my most favorite kuehs! Was thinking of making it too but didn't get to buy fresh grated coconut. :P love yours! Looks so yum!

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  52. I don't know how I miss this post of urs Sonia...looks yummy. We should meet up if I come S'pore in Dec 2011:)

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  53. My favourite kuih....nice fragrant and creamy sweet coconut fillings...yum

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  54. Yummy! I couldn't keep up with Aspiring Bakers anymore. :P

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  55. I love your presentation. What a nice touch adding the purple flower for the photography. Sonia, you don't need a DSLR camera. Your G11 serves you well!

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  56. This is such a simple and delicious snack! I like the coconut filling. Never tried making it at home. Will have to one of these days :)

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  57. Ohh...nice! Delicious!!! Great job!

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  58. delicious looking crepes one of my favourites we make the pancake batter different

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  59. I love coconut filling! I still remember in the past Prima Deli do have coconut filling for their waffles and I love it.

    Your kuih dadar looks delicious. Can't wait to try them out (:

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  60. Wow your kuih look soo beautiful And delicious! I love your step by step guide, very useful ESp. For beginner like me. Thank you. This is also my favourite by in hometown! :)

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  61. Hai there...

    I tried ur recipe twice n seems like the crepe is cracking out while I try to roll the kueh... I used medium heat ....will that be the reason why ??

    Annie

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  62. I have a suggestion to all..this kuih ketayap we can fusion it by susbstituing the coconut filling with maybe chop chocolate sauce or mixed berries.. I'm sure that it will give a unique fusion taste!

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  63. OMG. Love the green hue of the crepes. So pleasing to the eyes. Love the Clicks too Sonia. Check out 7pcs Non-stick Cookware Giveaway

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  64. i love this kueh bcuz its nostalgic to me.i remember as a young girl sitting with my grandmother making this kueh...yours in the picture look wonderful too.

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  65. Hello sonia! I wanted to ask whether i can put a little amount of coconut milk with the pandan water? In ur recipe stated is 650ml pandan water. So can i put like 200ml coconut milk and 450ml pandan water?

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  66. http://nusarecipe.blogspot.my/2011/10/kuih-ketayap-crepe-with-sweet-coconut.html?m=1

    Fyi Somebody hijacked this recipe and pics and posted it as their own :((

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  67. http://nusarecipe.blogspot.my/2011/10/kuih-ketayap-crepe-with-sweet-coconut.html?m=1

    Fyi Somebody hijacked this recipe and pics and posted it as their own :((

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  68. Moonbim, Thank you dropping by and tell me this. I also just discovered this last week only. She copy almost all my recipes, all my hard work she just simply took it away, really sick of this type of people . I have reported this to blogger admin, hopefully they will remove this blog. Thanks.

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  69. So horrible this person!! Better to watermark your lovely photos in future. Hopefully this site geta shut down soon!

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  70. What is the purpose of adding condensed milk into the batter? Please may i know?

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  71. Raymond, just further enhance the taste, mild milky and sweet.

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