Friday, 24 June 2011

Teochew Yam Paste (Orh Nee)


500g Yam, peeled and dice up
250ml Coconut Milk
1 tablespoon Cooking Oil
5 tablespoon Castor sugar
200ml Coconut Cream


1. Steam Yam for 20 mins, mashed them up
2. Add sugar and oil to yam mash and mix well
3. Heat up 100 ml coconut milk in a pot and mix in the yam paste
4. Stir well to combine to reach desired consistency, controlled by adding up to total of 250 ml coconut milk
5. Once ready, serve in a bowl and scoop Coconut cream on top.
6. Enjoy! 


  1. I like this Teochew Yam Paste, thanks for sharing!

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