Kue Mangkok – cupcakes

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    Ingredients :

    • 350 g of rice flour
    • 150 g of flour
    • 200 g of fermented cassava
    • 400 g of sugar
    • 10 cl of water
    • 20 cl of hot water
    • 25 cl of soda water
    • 2 teaspoons of baking powder
    • 100 g of coconut
    • 1 tablespoon of vanilla
    • Salt
    • coloring of your choice

    Preparation :

    In a bowl place the flour, rice flour and 10 ounces of water and mix well. Then add the cassava, sugar and mix again.
    Add 20 ounces of hot water and knead the dough for about 10 minutes.

    Add baking powder, soda water and vanilla, mixing until everything is uniform.Finally, add the food coloring and mix until the consistency is smooth.

    Reheat molds of cupcake for about 5 minutes and fill them in 3/3.
    Put in a basket of steamer then cook on high heat for about 20 minutes.

    The cakes are ready when they open like flowers.
    Sprinkle a little grated coconut on top of cake and serve cold.

    Anecdotes: Kue Mangkok cake is popular in Indonesia. They are usually sold in markets and have summers brought by immigrants from southern China. We find this cake for birthdays or meetings. This cake is visually appealing, because it is usually brightly colored.

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