Monday, 30 July 2012

Telur gabus

Telur gabus or widaran or ndog blanak is Indonesian fried snack made of sagoo flour. Traditionally it tastes sweet from the sugar or palm sugar coating. But nowdays people also like to modify it into the savoury telur gabus by omitting the coating and adding cheese or spices. Just like this one... black pepper telur gabus. Without sugar coating, it even more crunchier. One bite and you'll never stop crunching and munching... ^^

originally by Wied Harry, mine is in the bracket

350 gr sagoo/tapioca flour (100 gr sagoo flour)
3 eggs (1 egg)
1/4 tsp salt (pinch of salt)
4 tsp black pepper powder (pinch of black pepper powder)
oil for frying

Mix all the ingredients. Knead until well blended and comes together. If the dough is still crumbly, add some water, drop by drop, and knead again until they holds together.
Pour enough oil on a wok. Keep the oil cold. Take a bit of the dough, roll it thinly between two palms. Throw it into the wok.
Turn on the stove on medium heat. Let the dough slowly and gradually starts to float. After all of them float, stir gently and carefully. Fry until golden brown.

This post is my entry for masak bareng yuuk # Juni -Juli 2012


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