Tapioca Cookies – Bánh Phục Linh



#glutenfree #cookies
►Ingredients:
60g sugar
100g coconut milk
105g tapioca starch/flour
10 pandan leaves
►Direction:
• Combine sugar with coconut milk in a small sauce pan. Stir till dissolved over low heat. Leave to cool.
• In a large wok or skillet, toast flour and pieces of pandan leaves on low heat until the leaves are completely dried and crispy. Remove dried leaves and lumps of dried flour from flour using a strainer. Leave to cool.
• Coat the mold with some toasted flour to prevent sticking.
• You can divide the flour into batches and color each batch differently. For each batch you need 3 tbsp flour (8g), 1 tbsp coconut mixture. Add a few drops of your favourite color to the coconut mixture. Mix well and add gradually to the flour. Rub with your hands till a smooth flour is achived. Avoid adding too much of coconut milk to the flour at once as it tends to clump.
• When flour is smooth, powdery and moist, pour flour into the mold. Use your thumb or finger to pack flour down tight.
• Flip the mold over and tap on the back or the sides of the mold to remove the cookies.
• Keep these cookies in an airtight container.
Bánh phục linh
– Nguyên liệu:
105g bột năng
60g đường
100g nước cốt dừa
10 lá dứa
– Cách làm:
Cho đường vào nước cốt dừa rồi đun
Khuấy đều cho đến khi đường tan thì tắt bếp
Bỏ là dứa vào bột rồi rang lên, vặn lửa nhỏ: 8 phút
Lưu ý: Rang không được để bột vàng, bóp lá thấy giòn là OK
Đảo bằng phó cho chín đều bột
Áo khuôn bằng bột
Trộn hỗn hợp theo công thức cho vào máy xay xay cho nhuyễn
3 tbsp bột (8g)
1 tbsp cốt dừa
3 giọt phẩm màu
Cho bột đã xay vào khuôn và nén chặt
Gõ bột ra khỏi khuôn

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  • I am very enjoy your video. Thanks

    Anna Ha USA May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • how about no pandan?

    Yue Enki May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Hi Hellen, where do you get your flower molds? They are beautiful

    Shoua Her May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • chi ơi, bánh này có phải là bánh in của ta ngày xưa ko chị?

    Căn bếp vui vẻ May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Look easy…😊

    Phuong Diec May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • My favorite treats <3

    Long isGone May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Chị ạ em thấy là chị có thể phát triển các công thức món đã làm từ trước theo hướng thêm các nguyên liệu mới lạ hơn ấy ạ. Ví dụ như cũng là món canh chua nhưng có thể chọn cá mắc tiền hơn hoặc lạ hơn ạ. Cách này e thấy chanel của cô Maangchi áp dụng. Cùng là 1 công thức kim chi nhưng cô có rất nhiều phiên bản khác nhau. Chị Helen có thể nghiên cứu và thử xem nhé ạ. E vẫn rất ngưỡng mộ các công thức của c và vẫn theo dõi c. Chỉ mong c giữ được nhiệt huyết để kênh Helen phát triển hơn nữa ạ. 🙂

    hoang mai May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Great! more simple the recipe is, easier for everyone to cook. Thank you so much. I am looking forward to seeing your cooking recipes of young jackfruit.

    Phuong Anh May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • hello, Helen, I love watching your videos. They always look really tasty!! I would love you to film more vegan recipes. Maybe some recipes they make in buddhist temples. Thank you for sharing your passion for cooking 🙂

    Jennie Diep May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Helen's Chan is always one of the most beautiful cinema, storytelling, and home/mom feeling food channels on youtube. Always catch up with Helen.

    Crushi .Music, Art & Love. May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Hello my dear thanks for this wonderful new recipe video here… best wishes say Tom, from Kochen mit Tom / ChaosKitchen51

    Kochen lernen mit Tom - Cook Lessons HoneyBear Bln May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • We subscribed to your Chanel and you don’t provide the recipe! seriously or was it an over sight.

    Cece May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • FYI – you have " ►Print recipe at (Xem cong thuc day du tai): " with no link. Is this what you intended to do?

    Sheila M May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • MERRY CHRISTMAS 🎄! HELEN.

    jude boy May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Yummy 💖💖💖💖💖

    Nanik Listiani May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • Hi Helen, m from India i love all ur recipes ..best luck from india fr ur channel…is there anu option for flour i.e starch u used? And Is it ok if we do not use the pandan leaf?

    Priyanka Bendekar May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • reminds me of polvoron but this one looks better

    syoma fukasaku May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • L🌸VE, L😍VE, L💝VE this recipe Helen. I didnt know they were this simple to make. Thank You !!)D

    ImmaLiving Again May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply
  • this is my favorite dessert! Do you know where I can buy the mold from in the US?

    xbbysmiles May 26, 2020 2:48 pm Reply

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