In Indonesia, especially Java it’s known as Bubur Ketan Hitam. In places with heavy Malay influences (such as Sumatra , Malaysia and Singapore) this is called Bubur Pulut Hitam. Meanwhile in Bali (even though it’s still in Indoensia), it’s given a name Bubur Injin.
Windy and cold weather is here now. I am not ready yet for winter since we had a really short summer in Manitoba this year. Also, it was said that Manitoba has a chance to have more rains than any other provinces in Canada. This bubur ketan hitam is perfect for cold days.
October the 25th, the Indonesian students group of Winnipeg presents an event “Indonesian Exotic Cultural Afternoon: Explore Indonesian Street Vendors”. In this event, we will have similar things to the Indonesian Food Festival 2009. However, we won’t serve a big meal, we will serve savory and sweet snacks just like the street vendors in Indonesia. This event is also tribute to Sumatra’s earthquake that was just happened about a week ago.
Do you still remember about the Indonesian Food Festival 2009 in Winnipeg where my food pictures were featured on the Winnipeg Free Press? You may remember my nasi uduk’s picture and recipe. Those also have been featured on veryasia.com. A great website if you love online-shopping, especially Asian stuffs. Thank you to Emon and Welly for emailing me, I appreciate your effort before featuring my blog’s contains.
Sate Ayam – Chicken Sate
Martabak – Fried Beef Wrap
Lemper – Steamed Sticky Rice Filled with Chicken
Kerupuk – Fried Crackers
Bolu Kukus – Steamed Cupcake
Bubur Ketan Hitam – Black Glutinous Rice Porridge with Coconut Milk
Kue Lapis Beras or Kue Pepe – Rice Flour Steamed Layered Cake
Es Buah – Iced Mix Fruit
Kopi – Aunthentic Indonesian Coffee
I myself will make sate sauce and bubur ketan hitam. If you wonder how to make bubur ketan hitam, please keep continuing on reading. In Yasaboga cookbook, it was combined between black and white glutinous rice while I only ued blacl glutinous rice.
Bubur Ketan Hitam
(Black Glutinous Rice Porridge with Coconut Milk)
recipe by Yasaboga, modified by me
• 250 grams black glutinous rice
• 1 ½ litres water
• 2 pandan leaves
• 250 grams coconut sugar (can be substituted for palm sugar), microwaved for couple minutes to dissolve easily
• pinch of salt
Cococnut Milk Sauce
• 350 cc thick coconut milk
• ¼ teaspoon salt
• 2 pandan leaves
1. Soak black glutinous rice in water overnight.
2. Drain the rice. Cook with water and pandan leaves until soft and thick.
3. Add coconut sugar and salt, and continue cooking until the sugar is dissolved and the water is absorbed.
Coconut Milk Sauce
Cook thick coconut milk with salt and pandan.
Serve this porridge with coconut milk sauce.