Sweet Wheat Porridge / Bubur Gandum

 Bubur Gandum


Sweet Wheat Porridge or Bubur gandum is something that I miss from home....
Ironic... living in a country where wheat is one of the staples, yet I can't find polished wheat pearls in  our local grocer.
I once, jumped with joy... thinking that I finally get to eat this childhood sweet treat, when I saw a packet labelled "Job's tear" (if I am not mistaken...) and there was 'Wheat' written somewhere on the packaging, at our local Asian grocer,
With failing eyesight, furthermore, its more than 12 years that I haven't seen wheat grain up close... thinking Job's tear could deliver... how wrong was I?
It turnout that Job's tear was just Barley :(.

It was months later that I found the 'real deal' :P from another Asian grocer, south of the river.

Sweet Wheat Porridge/ Bubur Gandum

Bubur gandum/ Sweet wheat porridge is one of many Malaysians favourite afternoon delites. Its thick, its sweet and creamy.... and its addictive :P.
My husband and I, grew up with this kind of dessert, we savoured every spoonful, whereby the kids... were like... 'meh'
its ok ... more for us ;p

Sweet Wheat Porridge/ Bubur Gandum






Bubur Gandum / Sweet Wheat Porridge

Ingredients

    200g wheat pearls
    150 g sugar
    250ml coconut cream
    1 litre water
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    2 pandan leaves knotted 

  1. Wash wheat pearls 3 times and soak for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight. 
  2. In a medium size pot, bring water and knotted pandan leaves to boil. 
  3. Add wheat pearls, bring to boil for 5 minutes and lower heat to a simmer for 30 minutes, or until wheat pearls are soft. 
  4. Add coconut cream/ milk, sugar and salt. 
  5. Bring to a quick boil. 
  6. Remove from heat. 
  7. Serve warm.



12 comments:

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    1. soon you’ll be able to enjoy Malaysian food :D

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  2. Hi, thanks for sharing this recipe. I have been longing to cook and eat this but have no idea what it is called. May I know how the wheat pearls packaging or grains look like? I also got very confused when I tried searching for it as it looks like barley grains. So I'm not sure. Thanks in advance

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  3. I am interested to know how the wheat pearls looks like too. I have never come across it before. Tq.
    Roseline Tchee

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    1. Lisa, I try to Email but unable to do so. Is this your Email address: mykeuken{at}hotmail{dot}com? Sorry if I get it wrong. Plse assist, thank you so much.

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    2. Hi Rose,
      That is the correct email add. I’ll try to upload the photos on this page soon.

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    3. Hi Rose,
      Photo uploaded after recipe :D

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    4. Thank you so much Lisa, will try to look for it.

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  4. Hi Lisa, is this desert called bubur terigu too?

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    1. Its the same... just that northern Malaysians (from Perlis, Kedah and Penang) called it bubur gandum :D

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