Steamed rice cakes are of South Asian origin where they are found in many shapes, sizes and colors. Most steamed rice cake batters are leavened either with yeast, baking soda or curd. Square, round and ball shaped ... More »
How about some sweet dish or dessert from Korean cuisine? Maangchi is making a festive dish, Songpyeon or sweet balls with two types of filling, one with sesame seed powder and another with mung bean. Pine needles is a very interesting ingredient used to... - 107.439
Ask a Filipino what are the most popular Pinoy desserts and Kutsinta is going to be somewhere on the top of the list. These steamed sticky brown rice cakes are special to most Filipinos and bring back fond memories. Watch the Aubergine Chef demonstrate how to... - 106.212
Even being in US you can get a taste of Indian food! Bhal Dave makes it so easy to prepare Indian dishes at home up to perfection that you would give restaurants food a skip. Try making healthy fermented rice dishes like Idli & Dhokla with adequate guidance... - 61.4338
1) Combine all the ingredients and mix them gently.
2) In an aluminium pan, pour the mixture and steam uncovered for about 15-20 minutes.
3) Turn off the heat and remove the pan from the steamer.
4) In a small pan, add the mustard seeds, add red... - 37.5445
Puttu is a traditional breakfast in Kerala. It is a steamed food, so light on the digestive system. This is made in different forms and now a days with different fillings other than coconut. Though the preparations look cumbersome, it can be a great family... - 0