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Traditional sesame seed rice balls - revisiting (recipe 1)

In my previous article, I showed you this traditional dessert from Indonesia.  They are called Onde-Onde (pronounce: on-de  as desktop).  They are fried rice ball, covered by sesame seeds and stuffed with mung bean.
I found a good recipe :) you might wanna try.

Ingredients :
* 250 gr glutinous rice flour
* 25 gr tapioca flour
* 1/2 teaspoon salt
* 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
* 15 gr caster sugar
* 1 egg
* 175 ml warm water
* 100 gr sesame seeds
* water for dipping
* oil for fry


1. Mix all the ingredients on a bowl, except sesame seeds.
2. Divide dough into 10gr each, add the filling then roll into a ball.
3. Dip into the water, then sprinkle with sesame seed.
4. Heat the oil in the deep fry pan. Fried onde-onde until golden brown.


* 100 gr Skinless mung bean
* 75 gr caster sugar
* 1 pandan leave
* 1/4 teaspoon salt and vanilla
* 50 ml coconut milk

Steam mung bean until cooked/soft, mashed.
Put the coconut milk on a small pot,add mashed mung bean, salt,vanilla and pandan leave. Simmer until become solid, cooled.

This recipe is from Handmade and Tutorial blog.

Happy cooking

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