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Friday, 22 April 2011

Lompat Tikam (With Recipe)

Ok I've some requests to have this recipe posted, so here it is from Flavours magazine (March - April 2011). Happy weekend!

Lompat Tikam
(makes about 10 portions)

Pandan Layer:
6 pandan leaves, cut into 1cm pieces
1 litre water
100g rice flour
1 tsp kapur water

1. Blend pandan leaves with 200ml water and strain mixture into mixing bowl. Whisk in the rice flour and add 300ml water.

2. In a large saucepan, bring remaining water to boil, turn down heat to low. Add in the pandan mixture and kapur water. Whisk continuously for 10 mins until mixture is smooth and thick. Remove from heat.

3.  Divide mixture into 10 small glasses. The pandan layer will set as it cools.

Coconut Cream:
200ml thick coconut milk
100ml water
1 tbsp plain flour
1/4 tsp salt

1. Combine coconut milk and water in small saucepan and stir 2 - 3 tbsp of the mixture into the flour to form smooth paste. Whisk the flour paste into coconut mixture and add in salt.

2. Place saucepan over low heat and bring to a boil, stirring continuously. Remove from heat.

3. Pour a thin layer over pandan layer. Leave to cool.

Gula Melaka Syrup:
150g gula melaka, chopped
75ml water
1 pandan leaf, tied into knot

1. Place all ingredients in saucepan and cook till gula melaka melts and syrup thickens. Remove from heat and discard leaf.

To serve:
Serve lompat tikam drizzle with gula melaka syrup.

Lompat Tikam


GFAD said...

This reminds me of a pandan panna cotta with palm sugar syrup made by Willin Low (Wild Rocket). It was so silky-smooth - like eating a pandan-flavored tau foo faa. How is the texture of the lompat tikam?

Would it work without the air kapur, y'think?

Pete said...

Nice Lompat Tikam dessert.

Reminds me of the old days of playing 'tikam tikam'...

Mistygal said...

what is kapur water? where can we get it from?

Babe_KL said...

GFAD, the texture is not like tau foo faa but more kuih like

Thanks Pete for visiting

Babe_KL said...

Hi Mistygal, that's a very good question... air kapur is lime water and it's sold at most Indian stalls that sells betelnut. Perhaps a post on air kapur would be great help for those who are residing overseas, will write up next week ok

choi yen said...

Huh, I never heard about this before >.<

Reese Darragh said...

That looks really good!