Pandan Coconut Pot de Creme

Pot de Creme is a kinda creamy rich dessert and it's also one of the French famous cuisine. It's usually serve in small cups or bowls. Sounds so elegance, isn't it! And I just had my first batch of homemade pot de creme with a little Asian touch. Pandan is a very common flavouring ingredient over here in Asia and it also easily found here. So is coconut milk! These two are the best marriage couples ever!

And here's what I did.

Ingredients for Custard :
3/4 cup coconut milk
1/4 cup pandan juice
1 cup heavy cream
2 tbsp sugar
1 large egg
2 large egg yolks
1 tspn pandan paste (optional)
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*pandan juice : 1/4 cup water blending with 3 pandan leaves and stained.
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Method :

- combine coconut milk, pandan juice & paste and heavy cream into a saucepan and stir over medium heat untill bubbling, then leave aside.
- beat egg, egg yolks, and sugar untill creamy.



- now, gradually pour coconut mixture to the egg mixture and stir to combine.
- divide mixture to 4-6 small cups.
- and bake at 170'c for about 40 mins (over water bath) or untill the centre is set.
- then serve warm with palm sugar syrup.


Ingredients for Palm Sugar Syrup :
200gm palm sugar, roughly chopped
100ml water
50gm sugar
1 tbsp molasses

(combine all ingredients and boiled untill sugar dissolved.)

My kitchen smell like heaven, my goodness! Maybe because of the slightly burnt topping. I've reduced sugar in the custard. It tastes just fabulous with the palm sugar syrup and some extra fruits. Now, just let us enjoy the pot of looooove!

Comments

  1. Kristy, this looks cute, although it can be filling with coconut milk and palm sugar. Must admit this is a good combination and with pandan too! Have a great weekend!

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  2. WOW! This looks so yummy. Great combo and you also added the lychees in it? Yum...yum..

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  3. kristy, I would have probably taken this as matcha creme :-) Beautiful colour and palm sugar syrup sounds fantastic!

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  4. That's a beautiful dessert! That must be a new creation in Malaysia. Malaysia boleh!! :D

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  5. Cheah : Aren't we lucky to have all these wonderful ingredients here?

    Anncoo : Yeah, just top it with some lychees! I love fruits.

    Angie : I seldom used matcha in my bakings cause my family doesn't like it at all. So, has chosen pandan instead!

    MaryMoh : No-lah, not something new! Just something we enjoy!

    Thanks guys for stopping by and spending your time here with me. Hope you're all having a fabulous weekend.

    Blessings, Kristy

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  6. This is so interesting...I would loe to try it.

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  7. That is SUCH a clever fusion of French and Asian techniques and ingredients. (oh, and pretty too!)

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  8. Wow, Kristy, this is quite the beautiful dessert. I'm very impressed :-)

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  9. What a lovely pudding! I always try to find pandan sweets in South East Asian restaurants in Tokyo, but hope to try your recipe when pandan is available in an Asian grocery :)

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  10. kristy, where did u get this recipe... gosh.. desserts is my favorite!! can i shift next to your house?

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  11. Oh dear, my tummy rumbling after reading your post.... I can really imagine how's your kitchen smell like after the dessert was made!!!

    1 Question: Why must separate the 1 large egg and the other 2 egg yolks, but later mixed with it in one batter... (Sorry, I'm a bit slow here):)

    Happy weekend Kristy!

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  12. wow..looks amazing!! great pics too...

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  13. Looks really delicious! Wonder if we can get our hands on pandan here in the states... have you tried this recipe without pandan or something else in place of pandan?

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  14. What a lovely dessert. It is completely new to me, but it looks wonderful. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  15. Belinda : Thanks! Hope you'll enjoy this.

    Trix : Thanks alot! Glad that you like it as well.

    Emily : Thanks! Hope you'll like it too.

    Thelacquerspoon : All the best!

    Claire : No need to move over here and just stay next to Elin, will do! hehe....

    Alice : Oh, nothing to do with that! Isn't that clearer to write in that way? Thanks for asking!

    Divya : Thanks alot, dear!

    Kumi : Yes, of coz! You can go without the pandan. JUst use 1 cup coconut milk & omit the pandan juice. It still as wonderful!

    Thanks everyone for spending your lovely time here with me today. Hope you're having a fantastic weekend.

    With Love, Kristy

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  16. Very unique and looks completely delicious. This is new to me but I would love to give it a try.

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  17. What a beautiful desert. Green is my favourite colour!
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    *kisses* HH

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  18. You make this dessert sound so heavenly. I'm definitely going to have to find out more about this pandan ingredient.
    What a lovely green color. That should start a great table conversation ;o)
    Flavourful wishes, Claudia

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  19. Looks so yummy! I have yet to find pandan anything. Maybe I'll check on line. I got some palm sugar! This does looks so elegant! Nice dessert!

    Have a great weekend!

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  20. What a great idea to give an Asian twist to a French dessert. They look simple divine.

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  21. Hi Kristy, This is lovely dessert. When I was growing up in the Philippines, we have Pandan plants in our backyard; my mum and dad will put them in dishes they cooked. Over here in US, they come frozen, and sometimes they don't have that wonderful smell that it creates. They also come in tiny bottles just for flavoring. I will definitely try this, because I just love the taste and aroma of pandan. Thank you for sharing.

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  22. Beautiful twist on a French classic! I love the color of your pot de crème and texture, it's lovely!

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  23. Mary : I remember you've once told me that you've the pandan planted in your backyard! Still there?

    Bridgett : Thanksand hope you'll like it!

    HH : Hmm...yes, green is my favourite colour too!

    Claudia : Hopefully, you'll find some pandan leaves and try this out! All the best!

    Lynd : Can you find the leaves from the Asia food store over there? Good luck! Or you can ask for the pandan extract/paste if any!

    ICook4fun : Hope your Carlos going to like this! hehe...

    Madin : Hi there, nice to see you and welcome to my humble little space. Hope to hear from you more often. Btw, I've also planted my own pandan leaves. So handy!

    Silvia : Thanks, daaaahling! Hope you'll like it too.(No cinnamon is added in!) ^_^

    Thanks everyone for visiting! Hope you are all having a wonderful weekend!

    Blessings, Kristy

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  24. Great idea adding pandan, and the lychee..yum!

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  25. I like pandan, this must b tasted great, yum yum :)

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  26. Very innovative pot de creme, Kristy. I have heard of pandan, but have never had it. I assume it is green 'cause that's the predominant color.
    And are those lychees on top? Yummy.

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  27. I have lots of pandan at my back yard too....another yummy way to utilise them!

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  28. Kristy..that is a great dessert :)) I am coming over for some tonight :p Keep some for me LOL! Thanks for sharing this :) Have a great day yourself!

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  29. I love pandan flavor. I would buy cakes, ice creams, desserts, and candies with this flavor. This is such a nice dessert. Wish I can have some now.

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  30. very creative, love the taste of pandan in deserts.

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  31. it looks and sounds very interesting. Great work!

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  32. Pigpigcorner : Thanks alot!

    Jess : Yeah, pandan & coconut always a good match!

    Barbara : Hope you'll like it too!

    Jeannie : Thanks and glad you like it!

    Elin : Haha...Ok ok no problem!

    Rosebelle : Yeah, I think pandan is one of the best natural flavouring!

    Peanutts : Absolutely yum!

    Penny : Glad that you like it too! Enjoy!

    Tigerfish : Thank you, dear!

    3HungryTummies : Thanks alot!

    Thank you guys for stopping by and sorry for the late reply. Have been busy! Will stop by your site soon! Hope you're all having a great day!

    Cheers, Kristy

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  33. This looks fantastic! I have never tried pandam ... looks really good!

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  34. Kristy,
    I heard a few houses in Wah Loong were razed in a fire.
    Hope everything is ok with your family.

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  35. OMG, Kristy ...
    If I only knew today is your brthday, I could have ship the cake to you ... :)
    Happy birthday, may all your wish come true.

    All the best,
    elra

    p.s
    your pandan coconut pot de creme sounds pretty tempting!

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  36. Laura : Thank you! I'm sure you'll like this.

    Wendy : Thanks alot for your concern, my parents aren't staying there! Whereabout in Wah Loong, anyway?

    Elra : Thank you very much, kakak! Though I'm not celebrating it, I'm happy my hubby is with me! Thanks again.

    Thank you so much for visiting ladies! Hope you're all having a great day.

    Blessings, Kristy

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  37. Looks wicked good! I've heard of pandan, but never seen it around here. I'll definitely be keeping my eyes open for it though.

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  38. la couleur est superbe alors le goût doit être vraiment divin!!!
    bonne soirée

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  39. Bob : Thanks. Pandan is the best natural flavouring. Wish you luck!

    Fimere : Thanks alot! Glad you like it too.

    Thank you for visiting guys. Hope you're all having a great day!

    Blessings, Kristy

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