Serawa Durian

Nothing comforts you quite like a bowl of irresistible Serawa Durian (or sometimes known as pengat durian). This creamy and lightly sweetened dessert is best eaten warm with glutinous rice, or you can just indulge in a bowl just on its own or even dip it with some bread. Home-cooked food never tasted so good 😊

Pls note in the video where it’s stated Gluten Rice it shd be Glutinous Rice (oops apologies ya!)

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 1 cup Water
 400ml Coconut milk
 1 tsp Salt
 2 cups Glutinous rice
 1 cup Milk
 1 cup Coconut milk
 1/2 tsp Salt
 150g Gula Melaka (Palm Sugar)
 1 Pandan leaf
 6 pcs Durian flesh (*with or without seed)


  1. Cut open a durian and then carefully remove the flesh (*optional - you can leave it with the seed too) and set aside.
  2. Rinse & soak the glutinous rice for at least 10 minutes and drain. In a medium sized pan, heat up the water, coconut milk, add the salt and glutinous rice, then cook until thickened.
  3. Place the rice in a steamer and steam for about 20 minutes when the rice has softened.
  4. For the Serawa Durian, in a clean pot add milk, coconut milk, salt, Gula Melaka (Palm Sugar) and pandan leaf. Stir over low heat until the mixture is smooth and well combined.
  5. Add in the Durian flesh and stir over low heat for 5 minutes.

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