The weather of late is really awesome besides the rain though and the thoughts of our laundry and I don’t think I will ever owned a dryer. Other than that, I really love it! You see I am more afraid of heat (which often gives me migraine) than the cold.
With a chilled out Sat as son is away for his soccer training and there isn't any more Sunday School (yes it is on a Sat), we spent a carefree and relaxing Sat morning.
After sending son off to school, I decided to swing by the wet market and then impromptu, I got some grated coconut for I wanted to make oneh oneh as I brought some purple sweet potatoes before the weekend.
I love ondeh ondeh but I dislike eating the desiccated coconut but surprisingly, this one is alright for me. It didn’t get stuck in my throat!
I just love how it turned out. The purple ondeh ondeh matches so nicely with the white grated coconut! And I love the texture as well!
Source: Do What I Like
What you need:
150g steamed sweet potato
150g glutinous rice flour
6 tbsp water or more
1 tsp corn oil
chopped pieces of gula melaka
freshly grated coconut
Steam the sweet potato until soft.
In a bowl, mash the sweet potato, add in the glutinous rice flour, water and oil.
Knead till a smooth dough is formed. You can add more water if the dough is dry.
Chop gula melaka into bite size pieces.
Divide dough into 20g each and wrap in the gula melaka.
Put the wrapped balls into a big pot of boiling water.
Fish them out when the ball floats.
Toss them on to a plate filled with grated coconut and coat all around the balls.