Ha..ha..ha..can I say, don't judge the book by its cover? Or in another way, dont judge my Puteri Salat by its look but by its taste? The taste meets the ISO standard(Mr Hubby)...hehehe..Made this for the first time!..Believe it or not...Yes my very FIRST time..hu..hu..hu..dont laugh at me eh...(OK a bit can)...hehehe.... yes, yes I know 'more practice'...the top layer not very 'CHOON' I know, it should be a nice flat top.. wanted to try something different from the normal puteri salat by making this with the black eye beans in the glutinous rice. I halved the ingredients , basically to tried out firstlah kan?..
Ingredients for Bottom layer:-
600g glutinous rice (I soaked for a while)
1 cup white grated coconut
80g black eye beans (boiled till 3/4 cooked)
1 bowl 'thin' coconut milk (100ml coconut milk +water)
salt to taste
some screw pine leaves
Steam glutinous rice, coconut milk, salt and screw pine leave in a steamer for 20 minutes till cook. Add in grated coconut and black eye beans and mix well. Grease some oil in a 32-34cm tray(since I used half ingredients, I used 9" tray).Press the glutinous rice into the tray till firm.
Steam again for another 10 minutes. Later add in the top layer and steam again for 30-40 minutes.
Ingredients for Top Layer:-
5-6 screw pine leaves sliced
115 ml 'thin' coconut milk
(Blend this 2 ingredients to get about 150ml)
550ml thick coconut milk
6 eggs(AAA size or 8 if using small) -lightly beaten
6 tbsp plain flour
a few drops green colouring(optional)- I added a few drops
1/2 tsp pandan paste(optional)-I didn't add this
Add all the ingredients and mix well. Strained the mixture and pour into the glutinous rice tray and continue to steam (I steamed for 1 hr )or till cook.
Sources:-From Rozzan's shared Recipes.