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Dadar gulung, balinese pandan and coconut crepes

I decided to reuse some recipes from my former blog, recipes that I really like and that match this new blog, like for example the dadar gulung, these delicious balinese crepes. There are a very few balinese desserts, and this one is one of my favorite. The pandan taste is very subtil but fresh and it matches perfectly coconut. You might be able to find some extract in the asian groceries, here I had the chance to pick up my own fresh pandan leaves before cooking, but with extract it will do the trick as well.



the dough:

  • 200g flour
  • 20g sugar
  • 3 eggs
  • 30cl coconut milk
  • 30cl water
  • pandan extract, matcha tea or green food-coloring
  • coconut oil for cooking

the filling:

  • 8 tablespoons of honey
  • 3 TS of sugar
  • 130g grated coconut

The recipe:

  • Make the crepe dough

In a blender or a bowl, mix the flour, sugar, eggs, coconut milk and water together.

Add the pandan extract (or matcha tea or green food-coloring), mix together.

In a pan, cook the crepes with a teaspoon of coconut oil.

  • The filling

Mix the grated coconut with the honey and sugar.

Add a few drops of pandan extract/matcha tea/green food-coloring, mix together.

Heat a few seconds in a pan, keep for later.

  • The folding

In the middle of each crepe, put a tablespoon of filling.

Roll until the half of the crepe, then fold again the two sides to the middle.

Keep rolling until the end, the folding is like a spring roll.

Pour some grated coconut on top and ad some honey.

Serve hot.

Would you like to try this recipe? 

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