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Steamed Rice Cake (Banh Bo, Cow Cake) is quite labor intensive to make. The down side of this recipe is that it is high in sugar and fat. I tried my best to cut down the sugar a lot (The original recipe asked for 2 cups, I used 1 cup). The end result of this recipe turned out only slightly sweet, despite after adding 1 cup of sugar…..crazy! I’ll probably eat this once in a blue moon, now that I know what it’s made of. Note: Make sure to let the mixture sit for 2 hours before steaming it. If you whisk it right before you steam it, you will get more air bubbles in your steamed rice cake. It took me around 40 minutes to make it. The time might be shorter or longer…depending on the stove you use. I used a gas stove on low heat. Please “Favorite” this video and tell others to support this channel. Thanks!! :] **Click the “CC” button, then “Translate Captions” to change the subtitle language.** Sources: N/A. ❀ How to request a healthy recipe: tiny.cc ♥ Website: mikispantry.com ♥ Facebook www.facebook.com ♥ Twitter: www.twitter.com ♥ Pinterest: www.pinterest.com Music: Tam Music Factory. © 2012 Miki’s Pantry
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Prune and Banana Yogurt Cake Recipe プルーンとバナナのヨーグルトケーキレシピ

This is my favorite healthy high-fiber cake using prune and banana 😉 Prune prevents an iron deficiency. Yogurt is good for your intestines. When I say healthy, it doesn’t mean fat-free or sugar-free because moderate amount of fat and/or sugar is not at all bad for your health, and makes the cake tasty delicious 😀 You can substitute the prune with apple! Yummy, too!!! Happy beauty cake for women!!! ——————————— Prune And Banana Yogurt Cake Difficulty: Easy Time: 45min Number of servings: 20cm (8inch) pie dish Ingredients: 100g (3.5oz.) prunes 1 banana 50g (1.7oz.) butter 5 tbsp. sugar 2 eggs 150g (5.2oz.) plain yogurt (unsweetened) 100g (3.5oz.) flour 1 tsp. baking powder butter flour powdered sugar Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees C (392 degrees F). Butter and flour a 20cm (8inch) pie dish. 2. Thinly slice banana. Tear prunes into small bits. Keep butter in room temperature. 3. In a large bowl, mix butter and sugar. Then add eggs and plain yogurt and mix until smooth. 4. Sift in flour and baking powder a small amount at a time, and mix well. 5. Pour half of the mixture in the dish, arrange prune bits and banana slices on the mixture, pour the remaining mixture over them. 6. Bake at 200 degrees C (392 degrees F) for 25 minutes, or until lightly browned. (Depending on the heat of the oven, cooking time may differ, so please watch out.) 7. You can either eat at room temperature or chilled! Lightly sprinkle with powdered sugar, and serve with
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