Childhood Memories: Bean Sha Babao Rice

The most impressive thing in childhood memories is this eight-treasure rice, which can only be eaten at the New Years Eve dinner. Its the dessert of the Southern peoples banquet. If the front dish is delicious, the children will keep their stomachs and look forward to it, regardless of the hot mouth just out of the pot, and put the spoonful of sweet bean sand and glutinous rice stopper into the entrance. Satisfaction on ones face and warning adults that nobody should move that date. People who like dessert are happy, because the taste of happiness is sweet.

Food Material List

  • 1 Glutinous rice 200g
  • 2 Red bean paste Appropriate amount

Operational steps

  • 1 Soak glutinous rice for 2-3 hours.
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  • 2 Add water and put it in a bowl. Steam in a pot for 30 minutes.
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  • 3 Steamed appearance.
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  • 4 Find a small bowl and brush it with cooking oil.
    Childhood Memories: Bean
  • 5 Place red and green silk, cooked lotus seeds and seedless dates on the bottom of the bowl.
    Childhood Memories: Bean
  • 6 Fill the bowl with glutinous rice and leave a pit.
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  • 7 Fill the middle pit with bean paste.
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  • 8 Cover it with glutinous rice and steamed in a steamer for 10-15 minutes.
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  • 9 The small bowl is buckled upside down. Place a dish at the bottom. After turning 90 degrees, remove the bowl carefully.
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  • 10 Put a small amount of water in the milk pot, add a tablespoon of sugar, set on medium heat, and stir with chopsticks to dissolve.
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  • 11 Pour in proper amount of water starch and skullcap.
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  • 12 Pour it on Babao rice, OK.
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Tips

If the eighth step is finished, you can put the mould together in the refrigerator for refrigeration or freezing, and steamed for 20 minutes when you want to eat.

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