Mkate wa Sinia-Rice Bread | Pika Chakula

Mkate wa Sinia-Rice Bread

2013-02-15

Ingredients:

  • ½ kg rice flour
  • 120g sugar
  • 2 tsp yeast granules
  • 6 cardamom pods – crushed
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • ½ cup warm water

Method:

  • In a bowl, mix together the flour and crushed cardamom.
  • Dissolve yeast in ½ cup of warm water and allow it to fluff up. Add yeast to the flour mixture and mix to form a loose dough. Add some of the coconut milk if necessary. Turn dough onto a floured surface (use rice flour) and knead adding more coconut milk kneading well.
  • Add the sugar and knead until it dissolves into the dough and is well incorporated. Add the remaining coconut milk mixing until a thick batter forms. Use extra warm water if necessary.
  • Set aside covered and allow the mixture to rise.
  • Grease a baking tin, add the mixture and cook in a hot oven until the mixture rises further and is golden brown on top.
  • Remove from oven and allow to cool. Cut into serving size pieces and serve.

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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Mark on Feb 17, 2013

    Combine flour, baking soda, and salt in a little bowl.
    Stir the butter, sugar, and vanilla extract together.
    Add eggs
    Drop rounded tablespoon onto the ungreased baking sheets.
    Gradually stir in flour mixture.
    Sir in the nuts
    Sir in the chocolate chips
    Bake for nine minutes.
    Cool on baking sheet.
    Refrigerate for thirty mintes

    “Chocolate chip cookies”

  2. posted by Michael K on Feb 17, 2013

    My mother-in-law gave me her TOP SECRET recipe for the best carrot cake ever, but she didn’t want me to share it with anyone else. (Why do people do this? I’m quite certain she didn’t develop the recipe herself.) It’s too good not to share. So take it if you’d like, and leave one if you want to!

    2 c. all purpose flour
    2 c. sugar
    2 tsp baking soda
    1 tsp salt
    2 tsp cinnamon
    4 eggs
    1 c. cooking oil
    4 c. (1 lb.) grated carrots, raw
    1/2-1 c. chopped pecans
    3/4 – 1 c. raisins
    1 recipe cream cheese frosting (your choice)

    Thoroughly stir together flour, sugar, soda, salt, and cinnamon. In large mixing bowl, beat eggs till frothy. Slowly beat in oil. Gradually add flour mixture, beating till smooth. Mix in carrots, nuts, and raisins. Pour into 3 greased and floured 8″ round pans. Bake at 350 for 25-30 min. or till done. Cool in pans 10 min., remove from pans and cool completely on racks. Fill and frost with cream cheese frosting. Decorate top with pecan halves.

    Yum!

  3. posted by Dark_LovexXx on Mar 17, 2013

    Bombay Shrimps

    Ingredients :
    1 lb medium sized raw shrimps
    1 tsp garlic paste
    1 tsp ginger paste
    4 tbsp tamarind paste
    1/4 tsp turmeric powder
    ¼ tsp red chilli powder
    2 tbsp veg oil
    3 cloves garlic (whole)
    ½ cup coconut milk
    1 tbsp finely chopped cilantro
    2 fresh finely chopped green chillies
    salt to taste

    Method :
    Peal the shrimps.
    Put them in a bowl and add garlic, ginger, tamarind paste, turmeric, salt and chilli powder to it. Mix well and keep aside for 10 minutes.
    Heat the oil in a frying pan.
    Add whole cloves of garlic. Stir until brown.
    Add shrimps in it and stir for 1 minutes so that the shrimps also get brown.
    Add coconut milk, cilantro and green chillies.
    Turn the heat off as the sauce begins to simmer.
    Serve on bed of steamed rice.

  4. posted by encyclopath on Mar 18, 2013

    I have a little over 1/2 a can of coconut milk that I need to do something with. Soup? Dessert? Any recipes or suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

  5. posted by Jason M on Mar 19, 2013

    I my husband to get me some cream of coconut for pina coladas and he came home with unsweetened Thai coconut milk instead. I am planning a girls night tomorrow and was planning to make pina coladas. Is there a recipe using unsweetened coconut milk? I don’t want to waste it. I will go hunt down some cream of coconut if I need to. Thanks!

  6. posted by Rassling Fundamentals on Mar 19, 2013

    I want a dipping sauce for shrimp that doesn’t require coconut milk. I do have coconut flakes.

  7. posted by Ryan Z on Mar 19, 2013

    I have seen Indian recipes calling for coconut milk, but the directions called for an infusion you make yourself from fresh or dry coconut infused in hot milk / strained.

    But recently, I have seen recipes calling for canned coconut milk ~ not the coconut cream ~ and unsweetened coconut milk, too?

    Can you make your own, or do you simply buy it?

    Thank you so much

  8. posted by forahobby on Mar 19, 2013

    I just bought a fresh coconut and I have a recipe for making coconut milk from the juice and some of the meat too. But I haven’t been able to locate any good recipes to use it. I already have the recipes for cakes, puddings, and custards. I was hoping to find something like dessert bars or something else yummy. Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
    I don’t have an ice cream maker. But I wish I did.

  9. posted by Keegan on Mar 19, 2013

    I just got a coconut as a gift from my neighbor and I cracked it open, poured out the water into a cup, and scooped out all the flesh. Don’t I have to grind the flesh? I don’t know, I just want to make coconut milk because I want to know what it tastes like.

  10. posted by addmeonxbox360myuserisfallior on Mar 22, 2013

    Here’s the recipe:

    1 1/2 cups of wholemeal self raising flour
    2 cups of buttermilk
    2 eggs
    3 tablespoons of pure floral honey or pure maple syrup
    1/2 a cup of frozen blueberries
    1/2 a cup of frozen raspberries
    Olive oil spray

    Or, if coconut milk won’t work can I use sweetened condensed milk or evaporated milk?
    I just haven’t got any buttermilk and could really go for some healthy pancakes…

  11. posted by Christopher J on Mar 26, 2013

    My uncle is coming to my home for the first time,plz suggest some indian simple recipe for me.

  12. posted by Christopher J on Mar 26, 2013

    I am going to try to make some Indian rice and it calls for cardamom pods. I am wondering if you save and reuse them, throw them away, any other tips about them?

  13. posted by Scott Bull on Mar 26, 2013

    If i put some cardamom pods, a bay leaf and some turmeric in while it cooks will it be tasty?
    Other recipes i’ve found have more spices in but i’ve already spent a fortune on ingredients and don’t want to buy any more. Will this do?

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