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Bubur Kampiun

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Serve: 5 Person

A mix of 3 champion sweet porridge, candil, kolak, and sumsum, for breakfast or breaking the fast.


Kolak Pisang:

  • 2½ glasses coconut milk
  • 150 gram palm sugar
  • 1 pandanus leaf
  • 2 bananas, cut into 1 cm
  • Salt

Bubur Candil:

  • 150 gram glutinous rice flour
  • Salt
  • ½ teaspoon lime water
  • ½ glasses hot water
  • 1½ glases water
  • 100 gram palm sugar
  • 1 pandanus leaf
  • 1 tablespoon rice flour, dissolved in a little water

Bubur Sumsum:

  • 2½ glasses coconut milk
  • Salt
  • 1 pandanus leaf
  • 100 gram rice flour, dissolved in 2½ glasses coconut milk

Sticky Rice:

  • 250 gram glutinouous rice, steamed
  • ½ coconut half riped, grated lengthwise, steamed

This sweet porridge is synonym to the various sweet taste to accompany the breaking of fast during fasting month.


  1. Kolak Pisang : Bring to a boil coconut milk, palm sugar, salt and pandanus leaf. Add in banana, and cook until tender. Remove from heat, set aside.
  2. Bubur Candil : Mix glutinuous rice flour, salt and lime water, stir evenly. Pour in hot water, knead until the mixture becomes a dough that can be shaped. Take a little at a time and shape like small ball. Set aside.
  3. Bring to a boil, palm sugar and pandanus leaf in water. Add in bubur candil dough, boil until the balls float. Add in rice flour solution, cook until thickened. Remove from heat, and set aside.
  4. Bubur Sumsum : Bring to a boil coconut milk, salt and pandanus leaf. Add in rice flour solution, stir until thicken. Remove from heat, and set aside.
  5. Prepare a bowl, place 2 tablespoon bubur sumsum, bubur candil, and kolak pisang. Serve with black glutinuous rice, sprinkle with grated coconut flesh.
Dapur Rasamasa

This bubur kampiun recipe has been tested in Rasamasa Kitchen


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