Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Cooking ~ Kuey Jagung (Corn Pudding)

A friend was asking for suggestion of what to make for her daughter's school party. She wanted to make something simple, hassle-free and requires no reheating before serving. I thought of this Kuey Jagung. Just need to cook the ingredients, steam and chill.

1. 1 cup of custard powder
2. 1 cup of sugar (I used only 3/4 cup)
3. 1/2 cup evaporated milk
4. 1/2 cup coconut milk
5. 1/2 cup water
6. a pinch of salt
7. 1 cup of creamed corn
8. 1/4 cup of sago (Boil in water until they turn translucent, drain off water and keep aside)
8. Pandan leaves (screwpine)

1. Mix well ingredients No. 1-6 in & pandan leaves a pot and simmer over low fire.
(Note: Keep stirring to avoid burning the mixture)
2. Once they start to bubble, add in corn and sago. Stir and combine well.
3. Transfer mixture into a lightly greased mold and steam for about 15 minutes.
4. Let it cool and chill it in refrigerator.
(Note : Do not slice the kuey before they are completely cooled)

Isabelle ~ Hao Chi.. nice.. Mummy!
Me ~ Not bad but a little sweet. Will cut to 1/2 cup sugar in future attempts.
DH ~ Hmm... Nice. Can make for guests next time.


mom2kiddos said...

Eh your blog become food blog already. Cheering you on. You're very talented in baking and cooking. This looks good. I wanted to try your banana cake today but found out no butter at home. Tomorrow go and buy.

Catheryn @ PinkBibs said...

aiyo.. yeah hoh... seems like I blog a lot on food lately!

You can use vegetable oil actually if you run out of butter. Healthier too. :)

Sarah C. said...

Hahaha... the kueh turned out to be good and the kids was asking for more. Thanks to you

Catheryn @ PinkBibs said...

You are welcome & glad it worked out for you and the kids love it.

I am looking forward to make this kuey again!