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Easy recipe for Steamed Rice Cake, Bánh Bò Hâ?p, a spongy, sweet, and gorgeous looking dessert. It costs next to nothing to make and fun to make as a family (Rice Recipes Dessert) Rice Cake Recipes, Rice Cakes, Food Cakes, Dessert Recipes, Rice Flour Recipes, Pinoy Dessert, Banh Bo, Vietnamese Dessert, Sweets

Easy recipe for Steamed Rice Cake, Bánh Bò Hấp, a spongy, sweet, and gorgeous looking dessert. It costs next to nothing to make and fun to make as a family

Ingredients: Oil or melted Butter for greasing moulds ½ kilo grated Cassava 1 – Neng Atajar - Valentines Flan Dessert, Pinoy Dessert, Flan Cake, Filipino Desserts, Asian Desserts, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Food, Filipino Dishes, Cuban Recipes

Ingredients: Oil or melted Butter for greasing moulds ½ kilo grated Cassava 1 14 oz can sweetened condensed Milk 1 14 oz can Coconut Milk 2 large Eggs 1/4 teaspoon ground Cardamom (optional) Loading... cupcake liners (optional) For the Custard Topping 1/2 a 14 oz can of condense milk 1/4 cup Half and half… Continue reading Cassava Flan

Heart of Mary: Steamed Rice Cakes: Putong Ube, Muscovado, Queso a. (good, makes about regular size putos, for makunat maybe replace some of rice flour with tapioca flour or glutinous rice flour) Pinoy Dessert, Filipino Desserts, Asian Desserts, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Food, Filipino Dishes, Ube Recipes, Dessert Recipes, Cooking Recipes

Steamed Rice Cakes: Putong Ube, Muscovado, Queso and Pandan

As promised, here are the recipes for the steamed rice cakes. I have had great success with these and I hope you all will too. The procedure for each flavour is basically the same and is only listed in detail with the first recipe. Variations, if any, are indicated in the succeeding recipes. Make one or make all four flavours! From top left, clockwise: putong ube, putong mascobado, putong pandan, and putong queso. PUTONG UBE (makes about 30 - 36 mini muffin sized puto) 1 cup rice flour 1/2…

Pichi Pichi Recipe: Pichi pichi is a Filipino dessert made basically from just 3 ingredients: cassava, water, and sugar. It is steamed and becomes glutinous. Once it is cooked and cooled it is rolled in grated coconut or grated cheese. The Pichi Pichi I Philipinische Desserts, Brownie Desserts, Asian Desserts, Dessert Recipes, Filipino Dishes, Filipino Desserts, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Food, Cuban Recipes

EASY PICHI PICHI RECIPE

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Try this easy recipe for Pichi Pichi, a Filipino delicacy made from cassava, sugar, and water. Steamed and coated in grated coconut or topped with cheese.

Ingredients: 1 cup cup mashed ube (purple cup brown sugar or add cup cassava powder cup cornstarch or plain harina (flour)*If using tapioca starch: use 1 cup tapi… Filipino Dishes, Filipino Desserts, Asian Desserts, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Food, Asian Snacks, Hawaiian Recipes, Asian Recipes, Ube Recipes

Ingredients: Loading... 1 1/2 cup water1/2 cup mashed ube (purple yam)1/2 cup brown sugar or add more1 1/2 cup cassava powder 1/4 cup cornstarch or plain harina (flour)*If using tapioca starch: use 1 cup tapioca starch instead of 1 1/2 cupand 1 cup of cornstarch.Instruction: (A)Dilute 1/2 to 1 cup cup brown sugar to 1… Continue reading Ube Kutchinta – Mama’s Guide Recipes

These Parmesan-flavored puffs have an elastic consistency somewhat like mochi, the Japanese dough made from pounded glutinous rice. It’s hard to stop eating them, especially when they’re warm. Appetizer Salads, Finger Food Appetizers, Finger Foods, Gluten Free Snacks, Gluten Free Baking, Party Food Nibbles, Manioc Flour, Bagel Chips, Sweet Carrot

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**This post has been revised. I feel somewhat like a sacrificial lamb. Or maybe a guinea pig. Because of my desire to share ne. Filipino Dishes, Filipino Desserts, Filipino Recipes, Filipino Food, Asian Recipes, Putoflan Recipe, Pinoy Dessert, Pinoy Food, Guinea Pigs

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**This post has been revised. 28/12/14 I feel somewhat like a sacrificial lamb. Or maybe a guinea pig. Because of my desire to share new recipes here, I experiment a lot. If I'm lucky, I get it right the first time. But if I don't, I find myself measuring, and mixing, and baking, and adjusting ingredients over and over until I am completely satisfied. It takes a toll on my body, you know. Taking in all those extra, unnecessary calories...sometimes to the point of feeling really sick. But it…