Back in my childhood, I remember going to the wet-market with my mother and was given “nagasari” as a reward for my good behavior. This happy memory is still lingered in my mind and my dream. Now that I am living in the
So yesterday when I came across a recipe of “nagasari” in Primarasa recipe book, I bought all the needed ingredients and relished my happy childhood memory.
A little information about Nagasari. It is a traditional Indonesian snack that is still popular now in
Also special thank you to my friend HILDA, she sent me bananas leaves which they are hardly to find here.
Here is the recipe,
300 ml of thick coconut milk
500 ml of diluted coconut milk
2 pcs of pandan leaves
½ tsp of salt
5-6 pcs of ripe plantains, half lengthwise further cut each into pcs
banana leaves for wrapping
Dilute the rice flour with thick coconut milk. Set aside. Boiled diluted coconut milk, pandan leaves, salt, sugar until the sugar melted and the pandan leaves have released their fragrance.
Add in the diluted rice flour mixture, mix well. Heat the mixture until it is half cooked.
Lay a piece of banana leave, spread 2 tbsps of the cooked mixture in the middle of the leave, put the slice of banana in the middle of the mixture and covered it by the cooked mixture again.
Wrap the mixture with the banana leaves. You can wrap them any style you like.
Steam them with big fire about 15-20 minutes. Cool them down before serving.