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- the rice will turn light yellow. Rinse, drain, and soak again in fresh water.
of rice in the middle of the smaller leaf, flatten, and wrap by folding the leaf away from you and rolling, making sure the rice is snug. Fold the two long ends over and set down, seam side down. Repeat until all the rice is used up. Using the banana leaf strips (or kitchen twine), stack the suman in pairs, with the folded ends facing in toward each other, and tie the suman together.
Mix top flour, corn flour and salt with baking powder by using a hand whisk. The cake tasted soft despite a higher flour content as the enclosed rice cooker environment helps to minimize moisture loss during baking
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If any recipe deserved to be updated, it’s this one, not just because it’s a great way to use up leftover rice and bread crumbs made from bread & cracker ends, but because it’s still a recipe that makes my family say “yeah