I chanced upon Kuih Wajid when I was trying to cook something with glutinous rice via pinterest. I have never eaten Kuih Wajid before and was curious about the taste.
Source: My Kitchen to Yours
What you need:
10" square banana leaves
500g glutinous rice, soaked for 8 hours and drain
500ml coconut cream
5 pcs of pandan leaves, cut into halves
50g castor sugar
200g gula melaka, shaved
4 pandan leaves, knotted
Lined a 10" square baking tin with banana leaf
Steam glutinous rice for 20 - 25 mins or until it is cooked. Transfer to a large pan and spread out to cool.
In a big pot, combine coconut cream, pandan leaves and the sugars in a non stick pan. Stir over med heat until mixture is thick and bubbly.
Add cooked glutinous rice and stir until rice is well coated and has a shiny gloss.
Discard pandan leaves and pour it into a lined tin.
Press down the rice with the back of a big spoon. Level its surface.
Set aside to cool before cutting.