Chinese rice cake with coconut. Beat the eggs and mix with sugar very well. Add coconut milk and glutinous flour, and combine until very smooth. Coconut rice cake was my favorite treat during Chinese New Year.
Glutinous rice, also known as sticky rice is one of the most important ingredients in types of Chinese pastry. My mom sticks to savory and makes turnip cake for Chinese NY but my sister in law's mom makes a great Lin Go! I just love the sweet 'stretchiness. You can have Chinese rice cake with coconut using 4 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Chinese rice cake with coconut
- You need 200 gr of Chinese rice cake.
- You need 100 gr of shredded coconut.
- Prepare 1 pinch of salt.
- It’s 1 of Pandan leaves, washed and dreid then tied a into a knot.
A truly Asian dessert, this type of sticky rice cake can be found in many southeast-Asian countries, with slight variations according to the region and the chef. It has a satisfyingly sticky texture and tastes of coconut. Great with tea or coffee, this cake makes a nice dessert, breakfast, or snack with afternoon tea. Chinese Sticky Rice Cake with Coconut Milk, Steamed and Fried Taste Hong Kong.
Chinese rice cake with coconut instructions
- Cut the room temperature rice cake into bite size.
- Steamed the shreded coconut with pandan and add salt, mix well.
- Slowly roll the rice cake onto the plate of shredded coconut and serve.
Chinese New Year cake is known in Mandarin as nian gao ("higher year"), and eating a piece of it is supposed to improve your luck in the coming year. Similar in texture to mochi, our nontraditional version is a baked coconut cake that has a moist, almost bouncy quality. For the more traditional recipe, try our Steamed Chinese New Year Cake. What to buy: Sweet rice flour, also known as. Coconut milk gives the rice cake a delicious and rich coconut flavour!