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Indonesian Rice Flour Porridge Recipe

Updated on July 6, 2017

Indonesian Rice Flour Porridge

Rice Flour Porridge is one of many side dish I enjoy so much. You can have Rice Flour Porridge as a snack before meal time. This dish really popular in Indonesia mostly in Java Island and people sometimes eat it as breakfast. You will easilyfind it being sale everywhere in several cities in Java Island like Jogjakarta or Malang in cheap price, or in traditional market in others cities.


The texture of this side dish is really soft and sticky. The taste is combination from the savory of coconut milk, the sweetnessof palm sugar and the exotic taste of Jack fruit; created an exotic taste of dish. Really good. I wish I can give you Rice Flour Porridge to taste, but because it is impossible to do, here a recipe for you, pleaseenjoy.

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The salesman preparing Rice Flour Porridge to sell
The salesman preparing Rice Flour Porridge to sell

Ingredients:

  1. 100 gram rice flour

  2. ½ tsp salt

  3. 500 ml thick coconut milk

  4. 1 pandan leaf, tied in knot

Sauce:

  1. 100 gr palm sugar, shredded

  2. 50 g sugar

  3. 3 - 5 pieces jackfruit, chopped in small dice

  4. 250 ml water

  5. 1 pandan leave, cut in pieces

Directions:

  1. Mix the rice flour with 250 ml and salt in a bowl then filter this mixture in a kitchen sieve.

  2. Put the other half of coconut milk and Pandan leaf in a sauce pan.

  3. Bring the mixture to boil, then adjust the stove on medium heat.

  4. Pour in the rice flour batter into boiled coconut milk.

  5. Continue to cook and stiring all the time until the mixture become thick and begin to bubble.

  6. Lift and let it cool.

Palm Sugar Sauce:

  1. Put all ingredients except Jackfruit in a saucepan.

  2. Simmer and stirring occationally until the sauce becomes thick.

  3. Add the Jackfruit and cook shortly for about 2 minutes. Lift.

  4. Serve the rice porridge with the sauce.

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    Mark 7 years ago from Alabama,USA

    That looks like a very tasty recipe, may I ask a question is there anything I can substitute for the jackfruit, I live in the USA and it is hard to find here. Thanks for the nice hub.

    I wish you much success

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    Freya Cesare 7 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

    Hello, Manthy. You don't have to add jack fruit if it is hard to be find. Jack fruit give more taste but it is not really essential. Many recipe I ever taste used another ingredient. You can replace Jack Fruit with stawberry, raisin or blueberry, or even walnut and almond. Be creative with it's topping and maybe you will find something better than Jack Fruit. And if it is hard to find Pandan leaf, you can replace it with vanilla.

    Here, I have another recipe for this dish in vid for you to see. I hope you'll like it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfQO_ApCDTM

    Thank you for visiting me. :)

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    Mentalist acer 7 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

    Sounds exotically enjoyable as in Louisiana we eat almost as many rice dishes as you do in your country.

    What are some bean and rice recipies that you have native to where you live, I'd be interested:)

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    Freya Cesare 7 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

    Bean and rice in our native? Hmm, I will make another Hub for you soon, Mentalist Acer, Insha Allah. ^_^

    Thank you for visiting me again.

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    carolina muscle 7 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

    I'd love to try it sometime, sounds yummy!!

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    Freya Cesare 7 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

    You should try, Carolina. It is yummy and simple. By the way, are you cook?

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    Micky Dee 7 years ago

    This is very healthy I think. Maybe a great breakfast.

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    Freya Cesare 7 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

    Yes, I usually have it as breakfast, Micky. Thank you for reading this. ^^

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    Sis.Fatima 6 years ago from vancouver BC

    Great recipe

    It looks Yum and sounds Yum,

    But if i can't find rice flour ,can i ground rice in a grounder and make it close to flour?

    or it has to be soft flour?

    i will check in stores for rice flours any way

    Thank sweet freya :))

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    Freya Cesare 6 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

    Salam, Sis.

    Yes, it is yummy. And yes, in theory, you can make your own rice by ground it in a grounder. It will be the same. But to be honest, I never made it that way, so I can't be sure. But this is how people made Rice Flour.

    Please tell me if you success. ^_^

    Thank you, Sis.

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    Guyana Masala 6 years ago from New Jersey

    ...this sounds lovely. I will have to try it.

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    Freya Cesare 6 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

    Yes, you should, Guyana. Good luck and tell me how is it. Thank you. ^^

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