This was usually served as after-school snack in our family. It is one of the popular demand snacks. So instead of the agak-agak version, I am recording down the actual amount used this round. This way, my children would be able to prepare and enjoy the 'kuih' anytime in the future.
This served merely as a guide to the main ingredients. Sometimes, I like it with more plain flour and less self-raising (my husband's liking), and most of the time I did it without spring onion and carrot. So, you get what I mean? Just play around with it...the ingredients : )
Oh ya, I named it 'Fried Kuih Sayur' based on the ingredients hehee.
- 450g lobak (white radish), coarsely grated
- 1/2 onion, diced
- 2 stalks of spring onion, diced - optional (may substitute with more onion instead)
- 50g carrot, coarsely grated - optional (may substitute with more lobak instead)
- 2 eggs
- 3/4 tsp salt
- 30g rice flour (or some leftover rice)
- 220g plain flour
- 145g self raising flour
- 450g water
- Mix all ingredients till well combined.
- With med-high heat, place a spoonful of battle into a frying pan. Repeat
- Fry till brown on both sides.
- Serve hot. We like it with hot chili sauce!
- 2 tbsp of hot chili sauce
- juice of 7 limes
- 3 finely minced garlic