One of popular Vietnamese Dessert Recipes in Saigon is Cassava Coconut Vietnamese Cake (Bánh Khoai Mì Nướng). My mom totally falls in love with this cake. That is why today I and she will cook it for my family. If you are a gourmet, especially about Vietnamese Cuisine, make sure you will not miss a chance to cook and taste it. I bet you will never ever regret with this decision. It is the great combinations by many delicious ingredients in Vietnam.
So, are you excited to discover one of amazing Vietnamese Dessert Recipes with us right now? Create something new for your dessert meal is a good way to make the relationship of each member in family getting closer. When you do want to make, please follow my instructions below and let us start now.
2 bags grinded cassava fruit (400 – 500g)
½ can of condensed milk (200ml)
2/3 cup of sugar
2 cups coconut milk
2 teaspoons vanilla
¼ cup tapioca starch
½ cup mung bean (no cover)
Step 1: Soak grinded cassava fruit twice to reduce its poison. Wait to dry. Pour into cloth bag and gently press out water. When pressing, if you see any hard fiber from grinded cassava, put it out. Here is the important step to create one of amazing Vietnamese Dessert Recipes.
Cassava Fruit Before Grind
Step 2: Soak mung bean in 1 hour, clean again to bring to steam until it is cooked. Mix mung bean with coconut milk, sugar, condensed milk and grinded cassava in step 1 together. Then, bring to grind well. Next, pour to bowl, add more ¼ cup tapioca starch + vanilla, mix well.
Step 3: Spread oil around pattern edges carefully. Put it into grilling oven in 5 minutes. You can spread much oil into pattern, it is ok. Next, pour all mixture in step 2 into pattern and grill at 370 degree in 40 minutes. Then, increase the heat to 400 degree and grill more 5 minutes.
Finally, your dessert is ready to serve. Wait to get cold, put it out off pattern. Enjoy with hot tea is my favorite way. You should try it like this. Hope you will choose one of stunning Vietnamese Dessert Recipes like this one to cook for your family. I bet they will love it a lot. Good Luck for your Cooking and Have a good appetite.
Lulu Le 2013-07-04 08:29:31
Hi! I'd just like to say thanks for sharing this delicious recipe! I loved eating this with my mom while drinking tea. I've been missing it since I went off to college, but now I know how to make it myself! Can't wait to try this out ^^