How To Make Cambodian Khmer Sweet Coconut Waffles Recipe

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This Recipe:

  • Serves 4
  • Has a Prep Time of 25 minutes
  • Has a Cooking Time of only 10 minutes!

Who Doesn't Like Eating Waffles?

Waffles are a famous food throughout the world. There are many different ways to make waffles and they can be eaten as a snack, a breakfast food, or even as a desert.

You can eat them plain, add Maple Syrup, or any Fruit Topping. Add some Home Made Coconut Ice Cream with Caramelized Bananas on top with a little whipped cream, and you have an irresistible desert!

This recipe is a Southeast Asian Khmer Cambodian Recipe that was influenced by the French during the Colonial Period. Of course, as Cambodians always do, they made a recipe into their own using Coconuts which are native to the region!

Let's take a look at the Ingredients:

Ingredient
Amount
How To Prepare
Eggs
2
Break the eggs and separate the whites from the yolks.
Rice Flour
1 1/2 cup (200 g)
 
Coconut Milk
1/2 cup (125 ml)
 
Palm Sugar or Dark Brown Sugar
1/2 cup (100 g)
 
Salt
Just a Pinch!
 

Sweet Coconut Waffle Recipe

  • Preheat and Lightly Grease a Waffle Iron
  • Break the Eggs and Separate the whites from the yolks.
  • Combine the Rice Flour, Coconut Milk, Sugar and Egg Yolks in a bowl and mix until just combined; don't over mix and thin out the batter!
  • Whisk in the Egg Whites and the Salt until stiff peaks form and fold gently into the waffle mixture.
  • Cook the waffles in the Waffle Iron until they are golden brown and crisp.

Add your favorite topping (mine is the Home Made Coconut Ice Cream with Caramelized Bananas as mentioned in the link above!)

Enjoy!

Chanang Tay! (That Tastes Good!)

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EasyReading 5 years ago from Florida

UR welcome..Lucy


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Thanks for stopping by EasyReading!

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EasyReading 5 years ago from Florida

awesome, that's really cute.


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Thanks jami l. pereira! I appreciate your votes very much! Sorry for making you hungry! I hope that you come back after you try it and tell me what you think! Thanks for checking out this recipe!

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jami l. pereira 5 years ago

Wow ! i voted up ,awesome and interesting ! this sounds great! and im hungry! lol , Love the recipe will be trying this Sooon!! Thanks for sharing ! :)


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@chanroth: Hello kimoy srey! Is Duran that "smelly" fruit that tastes better than it smells? I will have to investigate this further! Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I always appreciate your comments!

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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@LuxmiH: I am weighing the idea of a cook book as you are not the first to suggest it! I need to get pictures and maybe some video first and maybe it can be an electronic cook book? Either way, I have many more recipes to come and it shall take me some time! Thanks for following my recipes! I always appreciate your comments!

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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@joriechew: Thanks for checking this recipe out! Please come back and let me know how you like them! Looking forward to your feedback!

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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA

I cook this a lot, my dad uses Duran just to add for better taste...just like how we add blueberry on pancake. It is very good. Same ingredient but with Duran.


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LuxmiH 5 years ago from Fort Pierce, Florida

This is going to become a cook book, right? If so, I already know how many I am going to buy. Delicious!


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joriechew 5 years ago

Yummy.. You have another interesting recipe here for me to keep. I like this method of whisking in the Egg Whites separately from the yolk. I will make this for breakfast tomorrow. Thank you.

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