I like these green little poppers. Though without the pandan to colour it, making it just with sweet potatoes make them just little yellow poppers. What am I talking about? I'm talking about Ondeh Ondeh!
The texture of the grated coconut... The chewiness of the sweet potato dough... The burst in your mouth feeling when the gula melaka flows out with the first bite! It feels a little like this...
I am going to try making it different colours the next time around by infusing plant base colouring into the dough before I roll them up! Think pandan juice for green... Using Purple sweet potatoes instead of the yellow ones... Butterfly blue pea for blue... Don't think that would alter the taste too much. Haha! Was thinking of using berries for the reds and pinks but I fear that the ondeh ondeh may taste too fruity. Well, I'll go try and update here when I am feeling all adventurous next round!
Until then, happy cooking!
If like the cute little minions you go bananas over BANANA! Then you’re gonna like today’s recipe sharing!
We are making GORENG PISANG! For those uninitiated, these are banana fritters!
These lovely fried bananas can be commonly found in the streets of Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.