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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Making rice balls as dessert

    I am thinking about making that real sticky rice, and rolling it into
    balls, and then rolling them in coconut flakes. What else should I do?
    Add cinnamon to the rice, and maybe some brown sugar. After I make the
    rolls, should I bake them for about a half hour or so. Thanks for the
    suggestions. I gave up on using tomatoes for dessert as I asked in an
    earlier post. I would like to make a dessert that is not too sweet,
    and the dessert comes out as individual servings.

    Thanks

    Tom

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    cshenk Guest

    Default Re: Making rice balls as dessert

    [email protected] wrote in rec.food.cooking:

    > I am thinking about making that real sticky rice, and rolling it into
    > balls, and then rolling them in coconut flakes. What else should I do?
    > Add cinnamon to the rice, and maybe some brown sugar. After I make the
    > rolls, should I bake them for about a half hour or so. Thanks for the
    > suggestions. I gave up on using tomatoes for dessert as I asked in an
    > earlier post. I would like to make a dessert that is not too sweet,
    > and the dessert comes out as individual servings.



    Hi Tom, lots of ways to make them. You've listed a fairly
    european/American treatment there and it works well. No need to bake
    them though. Just mix and ball up on wax paper in the fridge. You may
    like the flavor of a little 'chinese 5 spice' added to that set.

    Alternatives are to add a little sweet aduki bean or softened dried
    fruit and make little balls or a bamboo mat rollup you cut after
    chilling almost like sushi.



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