Roti Jala + Kuah Durian

by Lisa K. on Thu, July 19, 2018

Durian is EVERYWHERE!! This season is half price and you guys should go nuts for it. Got some extra lying around? Buat je Kuah Durian and Roti Jala. Memang puas hati makan I tell ya!

The king of fruit is fruitful this season!

Serves 4 people

Use soft durian flesh to make the kuah for best results.

If you don’t have a roti jala pourer, a multiple hole squeeze bottle should do the trick.

Foodster's Verdict

Roti Jala + Kuah Durian


  • Preparation
  • Total
    Roti Jala
    1 egg
    100ml coconut milk
    22 ml water
    1 tsp. oil
    ½ tsp. salt
    125g plain flour
    1/8 tsp. turmeric powder

    Kuah Durian
    300g durian, deseeded
    150g gula melaka, chopped
    250ml water
    1 pandan leaf
    200ml coconut milk
    ½ tsp. salt

1. Put egg, coconut milk, water, oil and salt in a bowl and whisk to combine. Sift in plain flour and whisk again until there are no lumps left.

2. To make the roti jala, heat a non-stick pan on low heat and grease lightly with oil.

3. Pour batter into the roti jala cup and swirl it above the heated pan, forming lacy patterns in the pan.

Don't worry about making it look perfect. It will all be rolled up.

4. Cook on one side, do not brown it and slide it out onto a plate. Roll the lacy roti up like a springroll.

Try to roll neatly so it looks nice and uniformed

5. To make the kuah durian, melt the gula melaka with water and pandan leaf on medium heat.

6. Add in durian meat, coconut milk and salt. Stir and let it simmer for 2 minutes. The sauce should be thick.

7. Serve Roti Jala and Kuah Durian together. Best giler!