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Monday, March 28, 2011

BUBUR CHA-CHA

Bubur Cha-Cha is a favorite Nyonya dessert in Malaysia and Singapora. A colourful and sweet dessert, bubur chaha is a medley of sweet potatoes (in yellow, orange, and purple color), yam (taro) cooked in a sweet coconut milk base with chewy tapioca jelly.

I used the ready made tapiaco jelly for this recipe. You can make your own and shape as your preference, stripe, oval or even diamond, but the common is the long strip shape. This dessert serve best either hot or cold. I prefer mine, with a day chill in the fridge. It's creamy and delicious.



INGREDIENTS
1 yellow sweet potato - peeled and cut into cubes / 1 biji keedek kuning saiz sederhana potong dadu kecil
1 orange sweet potatoes - peeled and cut into cubes / 1 biji keledek oran saiz sederhana dipotong dadu kecil
250 gm of Taro/yam – peeled ad cut into cubes / 250 gm keladi dipotong dadu

Soup:
2 cup coconut milk / 2 cawan santan
2 cup water / 2 cawan air
½ tsp salt / 1/2 sdt garam
3/4 cup sugar / 3/4 cawan gula 2 screwpine/pandan leaves
For the Chewy Tapioca Jelly150 gram tapioca starch/150 gm tepung ubi
50ml boiling water (more or less) / 50 ml air panas
A few drop of green and red food coloring / beberapa titik warna pilihan

  1. Steam the sweet potatoes and yam/taro separately until soft. Set it aside./ Kukus keledek dan keladi secara berasingan sehingga empuk.
  2. To make the colorful tapioca jelly, put the tapioca flour in the mixing bowl. Pour the in the hot water, stir it quickly with a chopstick or fork. Cover it for 5 minutes and then knead it into smooth dough. Divide into 3 equal portions. / Untuk membuat adunan warna warni. Bacuh tepung ubi dengan air panas sehingga menjadi doh 
  3. Mix a portion with a few drop of red coloring and the other with green. Knead well. Roll out the dough into 1/8” thick. Cut into long stripe./ Titikkan warna pilihan anda. Uli dan canai 1/8 tebal dan potong atau gunting memanjang.
  4. Bring a pot of water to rip boiling. Drop the tapioca jelly into the boiling water. Once it float remove and dip into cold water. Drain and set it aside./Didihkan air dan masukkan kepingan adunan warna-warni sehingga timbul ke atas. Angkat dan sejukkan dalam air sejuk dan ketepikan.
  5. For the soup, combined water, pandan leaves and  sugar. Bring it up to boil. Stir until sugar dissolved. Add in the salt and coconut milk. Bring it up to boil and turn the heat off./Untuk buburnya, campurkan air dan gula. Masak diatas api sehingga gula hancur. Masukkan garam dan santan. Biarkan didih dan padamkan api.
  6. Add in the sweet potato, yam/taro and the chewy tapioca jelly. Mix well and serve warm or cold./ Masukkan keledek, keladi dan adunan warna-warni tadi, Kacau rata. Hidang panas atau sejuk.

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Sajian pencuci mulut kegemaran masyarakat Malaysia, baik Cina, Melayu mahupun India amat menggemari sajian ini. Sedap dan menarik. Sesuai dimakan samada panas mahupun sejuk. Untuk resipi ini saya menggunakan Cha-cha yang dibeli dikedai, rebus dan masukkan ke dalam kuah santan. Anda boleh membuat cha-cha  dengan menggunakan tepung ubi kayu dan boleh membentuknya mengikut citarasa anda samada memanjang, bulat atau pun berbentuk berlian. Sajian ini memang sedap, lemak dan berkrim.

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Next Post - Gai Padprik King Rice


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6 comments:

Nieza said...

Assalam kak..wahh ada bubur cha-cha ni..sedapnya.kat sini baru ptng ni...layan bubur cha-cha ptng2 ni pun sodap ni...tapau semangkuk yer kak...hehe

Diana @ Melley Mey said...

dah lama x merasa bubur cha2.. alahai!! tergoda diana tgk ler akak.. antar ckit akak.. hehehe

Sofea said...

kita singgah nak rasa bubur cha cha k.paty yg sedap ..:)

KL said...

Hi Paty,
I have made the tapioca flour and mine turned out chewy. My aunt used to make it and it had a crunchy texture which is very nice. Do you know how to make it such that it is crunchy?
Thanks,
KL

Paty's Kitchen - Cook with passion. said...

HI, Thanks for visiting and thanks for trying my recipe, I'm sorry I dont have the crunchy version, if I tasted may be I would know but of hand I dont really have any ideas any way this version is Malaysia favourite

norsadira said...

sedapnya..nk cuba resepi inilah.terima kasih, jemput singgah blog saya juga :
http://dirawanhartawan.blogspot.my/

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