Quinoa: 1/2 cup Idli rava ( rice rava): 2 1/2cups
Water: 1-1 1/2 cups to grind urad dal.
the volume you started with. When almost done, add the leftover cooked rice.Make sure you give the motor of the blender some rest in between. The consistency of the ground batter should be fluffy and light ,not runny.
I finally made puto (steamed cake) and I nailed it. My previous two trials were both big disappointments and my third steamed rice cake experiment was better but I forgot to sift the batter before steaming that the resulting puto has gritty "uncooked" rice in it
Not only popular as an item for merienda but also as accompaniment to other savory Filipino dishes such as dinuguan (pork blood stew) and stir-fry noodles, Puto or Filipino Steamed Cakes would surely snatch the limelight
To a soft, fluffy steamed cake. Steamed Banana Cake Recipe100g pau flour/cake flour1/4 C + 1Tbsp brown sugar1 1/2 tsp baking soda2 medium sized very ripe bananas, mashed1 tsp vegetable oil (or any other)50ml milk1 large eggMethod
Puto is a kind of steamed rice cake in Philippine cuisine derived from the Indian dish Puttu. It is eaten as is or with butter and/or grated fresh coconut, or as an accompaniment to a number of savoury viands
Being hailed from Sarawak, I have a chance to taste many Malay steamed cakes that are sinfully rich. If you have a chance to taste these cakes, you will definitely opt for it if there is a choice between baked and steamed cakes
The recipe below is for Steamed Cakes and is one of my mother’s. For me, steamed cakes are one of those comfort foods that bring me back to childhood and one that I often make for family gatherings, especially for little kids’ birthday parties