durian season again. I went to my friend's durian stand to pick up some durians the other day and at the same time I collected some fresh cassava/tapioca as well. My friend planted lots of them just next to his durian stand. I pull the plant out all by myself and pick up as many as I want. My friend particularly requested for some homemade kuih from his cassava/tapioca and I found one recipe just nice for them.
This recipe is adapted from Kuali by Amy Beh, one of the Malaysia famous cook & cookbook writer.
450gm cassava, grated
200ml evaporated milk
100ml coconut milk
150gm sago, soaked for 30 minutes & drained
4 TB tapioca starch
1 tspn vanilla paste
3 cups grated young coconut
1 tspn salt
(1) Steam ingredients (C) for 10 minutes then set aside.
(2) combine ingredients (A) and blend till smooth paste.
(3) once its done, stir together ingredients (B) and mix well then pour mixture to a 9" greased tray & steam for 35 minutes.
(4) cut pudding into bite size and coat with steamed coconut then serve.
steamed taro pudding. Its fragrant and springy. Yummm....
I'm sending this to Foodie Friday