Wednesday, December 08, 2010


Lepat Pisang

Lepat Pisang or Steam Banana Parcels are Malaysian favorite. The recipe uses coconut, banana and  flour and not forgetting the main item the banana leaves. 

An all time favorite and best served during breakfast and tea. Simple and less ingredients. The texture is soft and delicious.

Lepat Pisang

4 cups mashed banana/ 4 cawan pisang lecek
3/4 cup flour/ 3/4 cawan tepung
3/4 cup sugar/3/4 cawan gula
2 cups grated coconut/ 2 cawan kelapa parut
pinch of salt/secubit garam
banana leave 5 x 4 "/daun pisang 5 x 4"
  1. Mash bananas in a small mixing bowl. Add salt sugar,and, flours. Stir, without beating, until well mixed. /Campurkan pisang yang dilecek, garam, gula dan tepung dalam mangkok. Gaul hingga sebati.
  2. Cut two sides of the banana leaf away from the stem. Quickly pass over a gas flame (the heat will soften the leaf and make it more pliable for use as a wrapper). Cut leaves into rectangles approximately 5 X 4 inch, trimming the pieces with scissors./ Layur daun pisang dan gunting 5 x 4 inch .
  3. Position a sheet of banana leaf on a work top in front of you – long side facing you. Place 1–2 tablespoons of the mixture (depending on size of packets you want) in the middle of the leaf. Fold top and bottom towards the centre, overlapping them. Neatly fold left and right ends, tucking them under to enclose the banana mixture completely./Sendukkan 1-2 sdb adunan ke dalam daun pisang dan  letakkan kelapa parut. Bungkuskan adunan.
  4. Arrange packets on a steamer tray in a single layer, leaving a little space between the parcels for steam to come through. Cook over rapidly-boiling water for 15–20 minutes./ Susun kuih di dalam kukusan dan kukusan selama 15-20 minit.


Kuih kegemaran ramai terutama orang Melayu. Mudah dibuat dan sedap dimakan. Lebih enak dimakan panas-panas.

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