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天然无麸质克ydF4y2Baand delicious, this sweet rice mini bundt cake recipe is a spin-off of my originalTteokppangrecipe which is an oven baked Korean fusion dessert. Now, tteok means ‘rice cake’ in Korean and Ppang means ‘bread’, and this is indeed a fusion of the two – it uses the common cake ingredients of egg, butter, milk and vanilla extract but it uses sweet rice flour instead of regular wheat flour.
Although there’s no way of finding the origin of this dessert, I am quite sure it was something that was created by Korean Americans living in the US because I never had or heard of this while growing up in Korea. Only after coming to US, did I hear about this yummy creation.
I probably had this many times made by many different Korean ladies each with their own version. Some have nuts and dried fruit in them, some make it in the microwave, some make it in muffin cups but mostly they make it in a cake pan and slice it to serve. The best version I have had was the one baked by Mrs. S.H. Kim at church.
We both served in the welcoming committee for new church members for a few years and her tteokppang was the favorite always. I finally got her recipe some time ago and was soooo excited to try it. But ….there was one problem with the recipe. Everything about the recipe was quite accurate except.. milk.. the amount was “적당히 jeokdanghee”.. Which means “appropriately” or basically the “right” amount.
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Recently, I attended a conference for food bloggers and had a chance to see this machine in action. First I was attracted by it because it was just pretty to look at. I loved that they encased it in bamboo. But seeing how it worked and hearing more about it, I was intrigued. So I did some more research and tried the machine myself to first see if it was worth recommending to my readers.
我相信你知道这是我的第一个连续ct that I’m promoting and I told myself long time ago that I would NOT promote anything to my loyal readers unless I totally believed in the product. So, you can imagine how many things I have turned down… Asian noodle brand that said NO MSG but hid it under a different name, Korean sauces that was made with corn syrup and MSG…
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- 各种各样的克ydF4y2Baorganic grain flour– often times I find that organic grain flours that are used in Korean cooking are not sold at Korean grocery stores. Buckwheat, Sorghum, Sweet Rice, Brown Rice flours, and Soybean flour are all used in Korean cooking and I can rarely find an organic version of these flours at the store. But — they always have organic whole grains?! Which means I can grind them to make organic flours!!!
我以前的克ydF4y2BaTteokppang recipeuses ultra-fine Mochiko flour which makes the inside of the cake much more like mochi tteok with a very dense, chewy but also somewhat gummy texture. This recipe with the freshly milled sweet white and brown rice flour has a more grainy texture which makes the cake更轻更柔软克ydF4y2Baand密度较小。克ydF4y2Ba
Personally, I really LOVE this lighter texture and a little more “cake-like” than the old tteokppang. Of course, if you are looking for a more traditional tteok texture, you can use mochiko flour or把面粉研磨两次，得到更细的面粉。克ydF4y2BaAnd please don’t think this will be anything similar to a regular cake, it is still going to be CHEWY and dense.
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Here’s a picture of milling sweet rice with NutriMill Harvest. So easy and fun to watch —
Step-by-Step Directions for Sweet Brown Rice Bundt Cake
- Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C).
- Grind sweet rice and brown rice in the Nutrimill grinder at the finest setting. 1 cup sweet rice produces about 1 1/2 cup ground flour. If you don’t want to use a Nutrimill grinder, just buy and use sweet brown rice flour and sweet rice flour.
- Add milk, vanilla extract, eggs, butter and sugar to dry mixture in 6.
- If using a cake mixer, mix for 3 min. or more until well blended with no lumps. I used a hand wisk in this picture and it was quite easy to mix so you can do it without a cake mixer if you’d like.
- When red bean paste is evenly mixed in, pour batter into cake molds.
- For mini bundt cake pans, bake for 35 minutes. For cakelettes, bake for 25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean and looking like this —
- Let it cool for few minutes until cool enough to handle. Remove from pan and enjoy!
- Reduce amount of sugar for a less sweet cake
Well, I hope you try making my new Tteokppang recipe in your muffin, bundt, cakelette or even madeleine pan!
Sweet Rice Bundt Cake
- 1克ydF4y2Bacupbrown sweet rice flour
- 1克ydF4y2Bacupsweet rice flour
- 1克ydF4y2Batspfine sea salt
- 2克ydF4y2Baozunsalted butter(melted)
- 1/2cupsweet red bean paste(anko)
Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C).
Add milk, vanilla extract, eggs, butter and sugar to dry mixture in 6.
If using a cake mixer, mix for 3 min. or more until well blended with no lumps. I used a hand whisk and it was quite easy to mix so you can do it without a cake mixer if you don't have one.
When red bean paste is evenly mixed in, pour batter into cake molds.
Tips & Notes:
- Can also be baked in one regular bundt cake pan. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes.
- Add chopped walnuts or almonds for more crunch and nutty flavor
- Dust the top with powdered sugar to make it even more pretty
- Can be stored at room temperature for 3-4 days.
- Freeze leftovers for later. Just thaw and enjoy or heat in the microwave for few seconds.
- Enjoy with some Korean green or chrysanthemum tea. Or Coffee!