Snowball Cakes (Banh Bao Chi)

Snowball Cakes (Banh Bao Chi)

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Fun to make and so yummy Snowball Cakes / Banh Bao Chi - coconut-covered glutinous cakes filled with more coconut, peanuts and mashed mung bean. Wr

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Fun to make and so yummy Snowball Cakes / Banh Bao Chi – coconut-covered glutinous cakes filled with more coconut, peanuts and mashed mung bean.

Written recipe:

Tools used in this video:

Tiger JKT-S10U-K IH Rice Cooker with Slow Cooker and Bread Maker Stainless Steel, Black 5.5-Cup

KitchenAid KSM75WH Classic Plus Series 4.5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer

Cuisinart DLC-2A Mini-Prep Plus Food Processor

Zwilling Spirit 9.5-inch Nonstick Skillet

OXO Good Grips Small Cookie Scoop

Snow River USA 7V03152 Hardwood Maple Pastry and Pie Board

Mochiko Sweet Rice Flour

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Ingredients:

Filling:
1/3 cup peeled split mung bean
1/8 tsp salt
1/2 cup water
1 cup frozen grated coconut, thawed
1/2 cup roasted peanuts, unsalted
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup sugar

Dough:
2 cups Mochiko glutinous/sweet rice flour
1 cup boiling water
1/4 cup sugar
food coloring: yellow, pink and Pandan paste

Cake Coating:
1 cup sweetened shredded coconut

Yields: 24 cakes

Nguyên liệu:

Nhân:
65 g đậu xanh cà không vỏ
1/8 m. cà phê muối
120 ml nước
150 g dừa nạo nhuyễn
75 g đậu phộng rang, không muối
60 ml nước
55 g đường

Bột vỏ:
320 g bột nếp Mochiko
240 ml nước sôi
55 g đường
màu thực phẩm: vàng, hồng và màu lá dứa

Rắc Lên Bánh:
100 g dừa vụn có đường

Được: 24 bánh

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COMMENTS

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    I have the whole mung bean instead of the split one. Can I still use that? If so, do I cook it any different than the split? Thank u

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    Look so good 👍💖

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    Hi there, can we microwave the dough instead of boiling it? Thank you, I love to eat this snack cake so I bought bunch in the market those products of Taiwan, but not good. I see the ad on local FB for selling this cake so I buy it rite away $10 for 15. The flavor are like my young hood favorite. I will try to make it some days.

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    Hi i like how you make this but will it be good if i replace the mung bean with fruit? Would it taste different because you boil instead microwave.

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    This is vietnamese cake, better speaak Vietnamses rather than English!

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    Please show us some heathy pastries with whole wheat and less sugar please

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    Em rat thich an banh nay. Let me tell you something funny. Today I have guest coming over. I never failed a first try of a recipe by your cooking videos, so I thought let's make some banh bao chi today. I scooped out 12 balls, you 24. I was like it can't be wher did it go wrong. I watched your video again and I didn't hear you say a mini ice scoop 😅😅. I wasn't sure if I can break the balls to roll into little ones, so I just let the 12 big balls. Once it's done my family were thrilled to taste. One bite and it was soo much filling not delicious at all. No more banh bao chi for me they said 😅😅

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    Hi chị thay thế lượng nước bằng lượng sữa được ko chị

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    Hi cho chị hỏi làm xong bỏ đông đá ,hôm sau lấy ra hấp lại có được ko em ? Chị định làm tiệc nhưng ko có thời gian thanks em

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    Good shows to watch! I like your mesurement in each recipes. Thanks.

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    Thank you for sharing this recipe. I have tasted this lovely delicacy when i was in Vietnam. Can't wait to try it myself. Thanks again!

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    Oh my God! I thought only the Japanese have this secret to make this recipe. Now, I can too have the opportunity to make these Snowballs for my family and friends. Thanks so much for the great video!!!

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    Love this recipe so much, along with all of your videos! Please make a video on how to make a water chestnut cake and fried rice flour cake with eggs (bang bot chien)!

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    Hai great video for a great recipe…what u meant by sweet rice flour..is it glutinous rice flour…what brand could i buy…get to me tq…have a great day

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    I will try this recipe this Xmas if not…may be later .. but it looks so yummy

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    I like your version of Banh Bao Chi. I like that you boil the glutinous rice flour ball vs microwave. I'm just tainted with microwaving food. I also like how meticulous you are with your food preparation. Rolling the logs that even takes skill. Very impressed!

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    Super like and new subscriber…

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    Thank you. I will try this. I'm wondering if they taste the same as bánh xoài in miền Trung, Vietnam. My daughter had one in Hội An and she loved it. The fillings had sesame seeds instead.

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    Beautiful little Bánh Bao Chỉ …They are too cute to be eaten lol

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    What could I sub for the mung beans to make the filling? I have the other ingredients, but in the very rural US there is no way to get the beans. I'd love to make these this week, not wait forever for the beans to arrive.

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    Great recipe. I love the different colours

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    Can the frozen coconut be replaced by unsweetened coconut shreds/flakes?

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    I love them! They're almost too cute to eat. Almost. LOL! One of my favorite fillings is that coconut and peanut combo. I've never had the combination you used with mung beans before so that's really cool. There's this treat I ate when I was younger that I absolutely love that uses roasted coconut, peanuts, sugar…it's glutinous rice steamed in a banana leaf. Will you ever make something like that? Would love to see your recipe. Thanks for sharing this awesome treat!

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    i love it. thank you for sharing

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    Aw! My childhood is attached to these snowball cakes 🙂 tHANKS for bringing them back!!

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