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How to make colored coconut ricecake balls

Make Colored Coconut Ricecake Balls

STEPS
INGREDIENTS

For ages 12 and up.

This is the Glutinous rice flour bag. If you can't find it, try looking at Sun foods or Dragon Star.

This is the Glutinous rice flour bag. If you can't find it, try looking at Sun foods or Dragon Star.

First, pour the 1 cup of water and 1 cup of sugar into the same bowl. Then, mix ( usually I mix with my own hands ).

First, pour the 1 cup of water and 1 cup of sugar into the same bowl. Then, mix ( usually I mix with my own hands ).

The dough should feel similar to cookie dough. If it doesn't, you should add a 1/4 to 1/2 more water, but if it's too watery, you have to add more powder.

Separate dough into 2 sections. Then add 2  - 4 drops of food coloring to each portion.  ( Don't add too much or it'll get bitter )

Separate dough into 2 sections. Then add 2 - 4 drops of food coloring to each portion. ( Don't add too much or it'll get bitter )

Before you start rolling, add water into both pots half way and boil on high.

Before you start rolling, add water into both pots half way and boil on high.

Once the water bubbles, put in the ricecake  balls ( you HAVE to boil the colors separately or they'll mix ).

Once the water bubbles, put in the ricecake balls ( you HAVE to boil the colors separately or they'll mix ).

Now, keep stirring the balls ( you do this to prevent the balls from sticking on the bottom of the pot ).

Now, keep stirring the balls ( you do this to prevent the balls from sticking on the bottom of the pot ).

After 5 minutes, taste a ball and see if you think it's squishy ( tender ) enough.

After 5 minutes, taste a ball and see if you think it's squishy ( tender ) enough.

Once you're satisfied with how it tastes, strain ( pour ) the water out.

Once you're satisfied with how it tastes, strain ( pour ) the water out.

Then, rinse the balls for about 5 minutes in cold water to prevent them from sticking together.

Then, rinse the balls for about 5 minutes in cold water to prevent them from sticking together.

Put the first color aside while you're working on the next color.

Do steps 6-10 again for the 2nd color.

Do steps 6-10 again for the 2nd color.

Then, do a quick last rinse for both colors.

Then, do a quick last rinse for both colors.

Once you're done with the other color, put both of the colored balls into your finale bowl/plate ( make sure you drained all water out ).

Once you're done with the other color, put both of the colored balls into your finale bowl/plate ( make sure you drained all water out ).

Next, pour the 1 cup coconut flakes in and mix ( if you like more of a coconut flavor, you can add more flakes ).

Next, pour the 1 cup coconut flakes in and mix ( if you like more of a coconut flavor, you can add more flakes ).

Then mix ( It's a lot easier to mix with your own hands ).

Then mix ( It's a lot easier to mix with your own hands ).

Lastly, eat & enjoy !

Lastly, eat & enjoy !

  • 1.0 Bag of Glutinous Rice Powder ( Green Bag )
  • 1.0c Water
  • 1.0c Sugar
  • 2.0 Pots ( So colors won't mix )
  • 1.0 Finale bowl/plate
  • 1.0 Strainer
  • 2.0 Food Coloring Colors
  • 1.0c Coconut flakes
  • [ An extra person helps it go faster ]