Chinese Eight Treasure Rice Pudding

Written by Jacklyn Chen

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  • 1 cup (200cc) water
  • 6 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 tablespoon cornstarch
  • Method:
    1. Wash and soak glutinous rice 5 ~ 6 hours. Drain. Add proper amount of water. Steam for 1 hour.
    2. Add sugar and lard to rice while hot. Mix well.
    3. Sieve bean, add lard and sugar. Mix well.
    4. Chop dried fruits. Coat deep bowl with lard. Arrange fruits to be displayed attractively.
    5. Place rice in bowl. Add bean filling in center. Close with remaining rice. Steam again for 15 minutes.
    6. Place plate over bowl. Turn over (rice is now onrepparttar plate). Boil 6 tablespoons sugar with 1 cup water. Thicken with cornstarch diluted with water. Pour over pudding and serve hot.
    Cooking time: 1 2/3 hours

    Nutritional information: Yield: 4 servings Each serving provides: Calories: 756 Protein: 24.4 g

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    Low Fat French Toast

    Written by Josie Anderson

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