Saturday, June 19, 2010

Puto (Rice Muffins)


   
 Rice muffin is one of my eldest son's  most requested  snack. Most of the puto available on the market nowadays is made of flour and milk, it taste good but not as good as the traditional puto made of grinded rice. I made the rice muffin (puto) easier by using rice powder and coconut milk in can. Saves time yet the taste is better than the commercial one.

Ingredients :

  • 2 cups rice flour
  • 3/4 cup white sugar ( 1 cup is too sweet for me so I  make mine 3/4)
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt 
  • 3 teaspoon baking powder
  • grated  or sliced cheddar cheese or grated hard boiled egg  for toppings(optional) .
  • 1 can  coconut milk ( 400 ml or 2 cups )
  • grated coconut or butter
Directions:
1.Sift first four ingredients together  in  a mixing bowl


2.Add coconut milk and mix  well to make a smooth mixture.


3. Fill in greased muffin pans 2/3 full. And topped with grated cheese


4. Steam for 30 minutes. Make sure to boil the water first  for best result and cover with cheese cloth or any white clean cloth to  prevent water from drippings into the muffin.

You can make 18 -20 puto

Serve with  freshly grated coconut or butter.

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20 comments:

  1. wow, super like ko ito. my most favorite thing to do......cooking!
    .. many have more recipes to post!

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  2. sarap ngang magluto lalo na pag naappreciate ng mga kumakain.thanks for the comment sally

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  3. Meron pa ba? Like ko yung steamed puto rice, sarap!

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  4. rose,as usual ubos ni kuya ,takaw nung anak kong yon.

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  5. For sure this one is yummy. And this is my first time to learn that we could make a puto from rice flour aside from all purpose flour. And the good news is I have rice flour yahoo! And I have that kind of molder too. Thanks for sharing this one I will definitely try this one. Happy Sunday!
    Ice Candy

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  6. Puto, tawag ng chinese hua gao pag chinese new year, color pa nilang pink, means proaperity. I haven't tried making that yet, tnx for sharing!

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  7. Wow that looks yummy already yummmmm...Happy Yummy Sunday.

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  8. wow! it looks very yummy.

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  9. yummy! I've also tried this recipe.

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  10. rice muffins, something my grand ma used to make steamed like yours. Thanks for visiting.

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  11. you are invited to follow my blog

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  12. i really observe some puto seems not to have soul - not the heaviness and the fullness of the puto that I used to know - this must be different... nice!

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  13. I love puto, but never have I tried cooking them...

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  14. Such a sweet mom. I love freshly baked putos and definitely love them more with dinuguan. Thanks for sharing the steps on how to make puto. :)

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  15. Puto samahan ng dinuguan! FTW!

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  16. I love puto pag maraming cheese toppings.

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  17. i miss puto too...haven't tried cooking one...

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  18. i missed my mom's puto! i'll ask her to cook puto again! :)

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  19. My Mom makes really good puto. I can finish 10 of it. Hehe.

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  20. i tried rice cake (korean food) before, but not rice muffin . i should definitely try/make one :)

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