The turtle cake ???

Turtle???  1356532520954 actually its call ” wu gui gao, 乌龟糕” in Chinese means turtle because the shapes look like turtle and its a traditional cake made from glutinous rice flour and mix with green bean paste. kinda weird when we made it. (  this was my first time…nervous >////<) yeaaa…i know my “turtle is super UGLY, but the process is fun because its like playing a plasticine.

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(before steam)  ugly but taste good !

1356531721991After,(hahaha,,,deng deng deng deng~~~)

( From beginning to the end its totally a happy disaster  :D)and our glutinous rice cake is totally in experiment stage ! )(Laugh)

***please don’t scared by my picture :D, the cake actually is super tasty and its suppose to look like this~~~

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Ingredients

  • 500 g glutinous rice flour (put some coloring inside)
  • 4 tsp sugar
  • 4 tsp oil
  • water

Filling

  • 250g mung beans/green beans
  • 140g sugar
  • 3tbsp cooking oil

Method 1. Brush the mould with some cooking oil ( the glutinous rice wont stick in the mould) 2. Flatten the bean, place a mung bean ball, cover and shape into round ball. 3. Place the ball in the mould, press evenly, then knock out and place on greased banana leaf. 4. Arrange on a steaming tray and steam for 10mins over high flame.

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