Monday, September 10, 2012

Homemad Pulut Pisang Recipe (Glutinous Rice with Banana)

Pulut Pisang or Pulut Dakap. 

Pulut Pisang means glutinous rice with banana, it is a famous Nyonya dessert in Malaysia. 
You can find it easily in Penang's Kuih stall.
And some people call it Pulut Dakap or Romeo & Juliet,
because it tight 2 of the Pulut Pisang together, so romantic.

Pulut Dakap

 One of the main ingredient, glutinous rice.
I used 500g of the Glutinous Rice, 
and can make about 20 pieces of Pisang Pulut.
Need to soaked about 2 hours then  then washed and drained well.
then cook with 2 cups of Santan ( Coconut Milk) 
 can also add in knotted pandan leave (optional)
cook with your normal rice cooker,
but put less water let the glutinous rice sticky texture,
don't cook like Nasi Lemak way.
Add 1 1/2 TSP (Table Spoon) of salt. 
And 3 TSP of Sugar

 'Pisang Awak' is also known in Australia as 
'Ducasse' and 'Kayinja' in Uganda
  In Thailand it is known as kluai nam wa 
(Thai:กล้วยน้ำว้า, IPA: [kluːəj nam waː]).
 This type of banana is suitable for cooking purpose.

Clean the Banana Leaf and cut in small piece,
make sure can wrap the banana refer the next photo.
Steam the banana leaf to easy wrapping.

 Cut half of the banana and wrap with the glutinous rice.

 Due to don't have the string and try to not use the Raffia String.
so just wrap it like that.

Steam it about 20 -30 minutes.

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“追食富迪” said...

通过照片,真让我口水流不停。 因为好久都没吃过pulut pisang了。

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