Thursday, April 17, 2008

Steam Tapioca/Cassava Cake

I still have a packet of frozen tapioca in the freezer which I bought many months ago so decided to make some steam tapioca kueh. Is a very simple recipe which doesn't need too many ingredients.

Ingredients :

400 grm of grated Tapioca/cassava
100g Sugar
2 tbsp of corn starch
120 ml coconut milk
2 pandan leaves
Pinch Of Salt
1 cup fresh grated white Coconut + 1/4 tsp of salt

1. Steam grated white coconut with salt for about 5 minutes, then set aside to cool.
2. Squeeze any access liquid from the tapioca then mix the sugar, corn starch, coconut milk and a pinch of salt together. Mix well.
3. Grease a pan with some cooking oil, pour mixture in, lay the pandan leave on top and steam over medium heat for about 25 minutes or until its done.
4. Remove from heat, cool completely and remove the pandan leaves.
5. Cut to desire shape, coat with grated coconut and serve.


Anonymous said...

Wah sudap, Gert! Wish I am your neighbor! Hello, its Valerie Kuan here. I just realized another name for tapioca is Yucca? Is this true?

I have a question: I got to chicken breast, I am gg to make Honey Chicken from your recipe. And don't know what to cook with the rest. Um, only one person eating coz Ah Bang is out of town! Thanks,

Little Corner of Mine said...

I love the steam tapioca kuih, thanks to you and this is definitely another version to try. Love the colors!

Little Corner of Mine said...

BTW, You got tagged! :P

Anonymous said...

Gert, the steam tapioca looks so tempting...glurp...lau nua already wor, I too love the colors combination, so soothing.

- Kath

Anonymous said...

ooh this kueh I like. Easy to follow recipe too. I enjoy cooking as long as it does not require lots of prep and washing up later.Is the screw pine leave optional?Yes I wish we're neighbor's too:).Thanks.

Cat Cat said...

Itu kuih sini kasik FedEx mari... I want the green one, yellow for the girls.. Haha.

Anonymous said...

i loved your blog it really is so well made with lots of thought and very interesting as well! I just started a video recipe site that shows you step by step how to make stuff, and i also started out as a blogger so it's great seeing other bloggers doing well, keep up the good work"

ICook4Fun said...

Valerie, how did you Honey chicken turn out? I have quite a few chicken recipe here in the blog. Just click on the 'chicken' link. I am sure you are able to find something you like. Happy cooking :)

LCOM, thank you. I will do the tag soon :)

Kath, thank you. Easy for you lah if you want to eat this. Just go out and get some :)

Lee, you don't have to put the pandan leaf if you don't have it.

Cat, too bad this kueh don't travel well if not I will for sure send some to you.

Ifoods, thank you. I will check out your site.

Dwiana P said...

Sorry, haven't been able to visit your blog for sometimes. I see all kind of good stuff here, specially this cassava cake!! I love it very much!

Yatie_T said...

cantiklah your kuih, I love the colors too. Thanks for posting this recipe. It looks really easy to make.

Anonymous said...

i was wondering if you know where i could get ovalet.thks ms gert.


pearly said...

I also love this but I always thought is not easy to make but looking at your recipe is so easy ..
you are a star of the years u so good in cook .
hope I stay next door to you ekekek a bit cheeky xxxxxx
have a lovely weekendxxxxxxxxx

ICook4Fun said...

dwiana, I guess we Asian really like cassava :)

Yati, hope you will make this soon as is not difficult at all.

Lee, a friend of mine told me that she found ovalet at Giant supermarket here. By the way, where are you located?

Pearly, this kueh is really easy to make. You can make some for your family. You too have a good weekend with your family.

Beachlover said...

Gert,I like the color of your kueh tapioca,very bright color!!.I bought few Nyonya Kueh Book from Msia,going to try some kueh from there after I settle down from cleaning,you know what I mean!!lol!!

Anonymous said...

Ms Gert,Kam Siahx2(thank you much). Will definitely try Giant again. I'm located in Baltimore, MD.

Big Boys Oven said...

wah nice lah, good combination of colours!

Unknown said...

hi gert...can i see how cassava is sold there? i cannot find it in hong kong so far T_T

i loveeee cassava and miss it very very very muchhhhh

ICook4Fun said...

Lesley, when I went home the last time I too bought some Nonya kueh books :) Are you done with your cleaning yet?

Lee, check Giant out and I will check the one here too when I shop there. Let me know if you find it O.K. If not when I go home I will buy some for you.

BBO, thank you :)

Rita, we are able to get fresh or grated frozen here. Sorry, I throw away the packaging. I will take a pix for you the next time I get some.

NorthBorneoGirl said...

This looks yummy! .. Another one to add to my malay kuih recipe book heheh .. will try this with my kids .. maybe they will forget the kuih lapis for a while ? ..

ICook4Fun said...

Envy, hope your kids like this. This is much easier to make than kuih lapais :) :) By the way, how are you doing? Lama tak dengar kabar :)

Anonymous said...

Nice of you to offer. Thanks. If we still can't find any locally,(folks here are not in the habit of using ovalet in their cake baking) it would be great if I could make a purchase the next time you get some from your trip home.

Jess Joseph said...

Can you buy grated tapioca at the supermarket? Or is it something you need to grate yourself?

Anonymous said...

May I know where did you get the fresh grated coconut? Especially in USA? I have a few recipes call for freshly grated coconut, just don't know where to find it.....

thank you.

Anonymous said...

hello.i live in greece...i am a chemist and i would like to try this recipe to see how ovalet looks very nice!!!can you tell me from were i can buy ovalet...and if you know the industry that is making it?

ICook4Fun said...

Jess, here in the US you can get the frozen grated tapioca/Cassava at the Vietnamese Supermarket.

Anon, I am able to get frozen grated coconut from the Indian store and some supermarket here in US.

Anon, I have no clue where to get the Ovalet in Greece. Maybe you can google for it.I got mine from Malaysia.

My Life said...

Hi may I know where to get grated cassava in singapore? Thanks :)

ICook4Fun said...

My Life, I am not living in Singapore so I have no clue.