EmPandanAdas- Snack Attack E05 with Team Kramer
Who knew Pandan and Dalandan would go so well together? Start out with a refreshing Pandan snack and top it off with a fun experiment to brighten your day. You'll surely love it! ;)
Snack Attack is your route to fun experiments and creative food pieces with our favorite family, Team Kramer!
562.5grams Flour, all purpose
125grams Butter, unsalted, cubed
1 Large egg
100ml Water, pandan infused
5ml Food color, green
360grams Ube Jam
180grams Coconut strings, fresh (can be macapuno)
First, sift the flour into a large bowl.
Get the baking powder and sift both the salt and baking powder into the bowl.
Add in butter and mix it by kneading with your fingers.
To give it the pandan flavour, make a mix of eggs, pandan-infused water and food colouring in a separate bowl.
Add this to the flour mixture and stir with a fork.
You may want to add more food colouring for a more vibrant color.
Lightly flour your table surface.
Turn out the mixture and knead gently with the heel of your hand.
Use a rolling pin to flatten the dough further. Lay it out onto a rectangular tray, wrap in plastic wrap and put it in the fridge.
Once the dough is chilled, it’s time to make the cut outs.
Cut circles from it using a round cutter.
For the stuffing, mix ube jam and coconut strings in a bowl.
Put some stuffing onto the dough circles.
Then fold it to make a half moon shape.
Press down with a fork to seal the round edges.
Place them neatly on a baking tray lined with wax paper.
Then brush the pastries with egg wash, before putting it in the oven to bake for 10 - 15 minutes.
Oranges, grapefruit, lemon or dalandan
Any oil (canola, olive, coconut, vegetable)
Wooden barbecue sticks
Take your citrus fruit and cut in half. Carefully separate the skin from the fruit.
Take out the wick from a candle.
Attach the wick to the bottom of the citrus skin with a tip of a barbecue stick.
Attach them to the bottom of the other half of the citrus skin as base.
Next, pour some oil into your citrus ‘bowl’ and on the wick.
Let your candle sit for 30 minutes and let it soak up a bit before you light it. It takes a while to light, so be patient!