Sesame Balls (Onde-Onde). Jian dui (Chinese: 煎堆; pinyin: jiānduī; Cantonese Yale: jīndēui; lit.: 'fried pile') is a type of fried Chinese pastry made from glutinous rice flour. The pastry is coated with sesame seeds on the outside and is crisp and chewy. Inside the pastry is a large hollow, caused by the expansion of the dough.
It is very traditional Indonesian food that we can find in every corners of city. Every people like it besides so tasty and reachable price. So since I have this recipe I always want to make it and here I share the recipe to you. You can cook Sesame Balls (Onde-Onde) using 14 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Sesame Balls (Onde-Onde)
- It’s of Dough:.
- Prepare 500 gr of glutinous rice flour.
- It’s 100 gr of granulated sugar.
- You need 100 gr of mashed potatoes.
- Prepare 1 tsp of salt.
- You need 450 ml of warm water.
- You need 1 pack of sesame seeds.
- It’s as needed of cooking oil.
- You need of Filling:.
- It’s 250 gr of peeled mung beans soak in the water more less 1 hour.
- It’s 100 gr of sugar.
- Prepare 100 ml of coconut milk.
- Prepare 1 pinch of salt.
- You need 1 tsp of vanilla.
I hope you will enjoy.😊 Onde onde or sesame balls is a very common sweet among asian. Delicious sweet, chewy sesame ball with mungbean filling. Great for afternoon tea or dessert. Onde-onde is one of Indonesian traditional cakes.
Sesame Balls (Onde-Onde) step by step
- Firstly I have to make filling. Drain water from mung beans after being soak more less 1 hr or more. Steam until soft..
- Mashed mung beans use a chopper..
- Pour into a pot togather with all ingredients. Cook and stir frequently until dry..
- So we can make mung bean balls. Keep aside.
- For dough, put all the ingredients into a big bowl. Stir it using hand, until we can use it wrap the filling. Its not supposed so hard dough..
- Get a dough and flatten it. Then put filling inside. Roll it use hands until perfectly round. Keep aside.
- After all done, dip a ball into the water, then sprinkle with sasame seeds. Roll it up again use the hands. Keep aside.
- Ready for deep frying.
- Deep fry with medium heat, so the surface look Arround perfect. Dont put so much balls into fryer. Fry until golden brown..
- On the platter ready for breakfast, or whenever you want 😃.
It's made from glutinous rice with mung bean paste filling. I made it in order to fulfill Indonesian Cookpad Contest about Mom's Favorite Cake. These sesame seed balls are common throughout South-East Asia. In the Philippines, onde-onde is called buchi, in Malasyia kuih bom. Onde-onde in Malaysia means something different.