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 

7.5grams Salt 

125grams Butter, unsalted, cubed 

1 Large egg 

100ml Water, pandan infused 

5ml Food color, green 

Baking powder 



360grams Ube Jam 

180grams Coconut strings, fresh (can be macapuno) 


STEP 1: 

First, sift the flour into a large bowl. 


STEP 2: 

Get the baking powder and sift both the salt and baking powder into the bowl. 


STEP 3: 

Add in butter and mix it by kneading with your fingers. 


STEP 4: 

To give it the pandan flavour, make a mix of eggs, pandan-infused water and food colouring in a separate bowl. 


STEP 5: 

Add this to the flour mixture and stir with a fork. 


STEP 6: 

You may want to add more food colouring for a more vibrant color. 


STEP 7: 

Lightly flour your table surface. 


STEP 8: 

Turn out the mixture and knead gently with the heel of your hand. 


STEP 9: 

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. 


STEP 10: 

Once the dough is chilled, it’s time to make the cut outs. 


STEP 11:

Cut circles from it using a round cutter. 


STEP 12: 

For the stuffing, mix ube jam and coconut strings in a bowl. 


STEP 13: 

Put some stuffing onto the dough circles. 


STEP 14: 

Then fold it to make a half moon shape. 


STEP 15: 

Press down with a fork to seal the round edges. 


STEP 16: 

Place them neatly on a baking tray lined with wax paper. 


STEP 17: 

Then brush the pastries with egg wash, before putting it in the oven to bake for 10 - 15 minutes.






Oranges, grapefruit, lemon or dalandan 

Candle wick 

Any oil (canola, olive, coconut, vegetable) 





Wooden barbecue sticks 


STEP 1: 

Take your citrus fruit and cut in half. Carefully separate the skin from the fruit. 


STEP 2: 

Take out the wick from a candle. 


STEP 3: 

Attach the wick to the bottom of the citrus skin with a tip of a barbecue stick. 


STEP 4: 

Attach them to the bottom of the other half of the citrus skin as base. 


STEP 5: 

Next, pour some oil into your citrus ‘bowl’ and on the wick. 


STEP 6: 

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!