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Mjx

What did I EAT?! Purple, Wobbly... Vietnamese?

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I've had the green and white striped ones, which were sold to me as "lotus cakes" - and now I'm seriously craving them. Gee, thanks, GR - I'm going to have to make them now, because we don't even have anything remotely resembling a Vietnamese bakery / store within about half a continent. :sad:


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http://i.imgur.com/b3SA4.jpg

Its the green stripy thing, I dont really know what it tasted like, it was just yummy, lol

That looks really great! :) What about that one in yellow plastic?

That was VEGAN SNAIL


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I used the recipe here

http://pwmf.blogspot.com/2005/10/bnh-da-ln-steamed-tapioca-layered-cake.html

I think that recipe makes enough for two "cakes".

Be light on the greasing of the pan, as the oil seeped up and the first 2 layers dont stick together as well.

Also, you can freeze the slices in a vacuum bag and nuke em (wrapped with wet paper towels) to reconstitute

the "elasticky springiness" (for lack of better words)

I added food color as the pandan leaves didnt color sufficiently


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I used the recipe here

http://pwmf.blogspot.com/2005/10/bnh-da-ln-steamed-tapioca-layered-cake.html

I think that recipe makes enough for two "cakes".

Be light on the greasing of the pan, as the oil seeped up and the first 2 layers dont stick together as well.

Also, you can freeze the slices in a vacuum bag and nuke em (wrapped with wet paper towels) to reconstitute

the "elasticky springiness" (for lack of better words)

I added food color as the pandan leaves didnt color sufficiently

Ooo... How large are the cakes this recipe yields? It doesn't say what size pan is used, what size did you go with?


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As large or small as you want them...

The batter doesnt get thick until cooked so you can make several hand sized cakes until its all used up.

Read the recipe, it explains your purple colored one


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