How to make banh duc (plain rice flan) from leftover rice

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by Jen H. DaoUpdated on October 9, 2022October 9, 2022Leave a phản hồi on How khổng lồ Make Bánh bò Hấp nước dừa (Vietnamese Coconut Steamed Rice Cakes)
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Hey guys today is recipe is on Bánh bò Hấp nước dừa tươi aka Vietnamese Coconut Steamed Rice Cakes!

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These were inspired by the steamed rice cakes that you see at dim sum carts. They’re a spongy, sweet & coconutty steam rice cake! This recipe is a lot easier than my previous Bánh bò recipe since you just make one big one and then cut it into slices vs making individual ones.

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I don’t make this often because it does take a while because you have lớn let it rise two times. So it’s time consuming but very easy lớn make. It also makes a huge amount too!

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I had leftover batter so I ended up adding pandan extract to lớn it to make a Pandan version and I highly recommend! I actually ended up liking the Pandan one more. What can I say? I’m a sucker for that flavor. Lol!

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To make it easier I use premixed batter. I lượt thích these ones because it comes with the yeast so you don’t lớn worry about buying some or measuring it out. Cause you know I like to make these recipes as easy as possible! I hope you enjoy, until next time!

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Mix flour, yeast & 2 c coconut milk for đôi mươi mins. Cover và let rise in a warm spot for 30 mins (I put mine in the microwave/oven).Whisk together sugar & 2 c of coconut milk. Microwave for 30 sec increments until sugar is dissolved. Set sugar/coconut syrup into flour batter. Cover và let rise for 30 mins.Grease 8×8 baking pan with olive oil & steam the pan for 5 mins. Pour in batter until it fills the pan 3/4 full. Wipe the lid before steaming for 25 mins.Once time is up, turn off heat và let cool in steamer (without lid) for 15 mins. Remove và cool for 10 mins before cutting with a serrated knife. Serve immediately.

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My name is Jen Dao & I"m a foodie based in Orange County, CA! Originally born và raised in Savage, Minnesota, I grew up with a lot of traditional Vietnamese food because of my mother"s home cooking.

At 19, I decided to lớn spread my wings và move khổng lồ Seattle, which would begin my food journey with cooking on my own.

Fast forward khổng lồ present day, I"m now based in Orange County (some would say, foodie capital of the world!) và currently, I"m sharing daily recipes & food knowledge with my 80k+ following of fellow foodies!