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Sticky Black Sesame Treats



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Sticky Black Sesame Treats

  • 200g raw sugar
  • 140g black glutinous rice flour*
  • 270g coconut milk
  • pinch of salt
  • 50g slivered almonds
  • 1/4 teaspoon almond essence
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Recipe's preparation

    Sticky Black Sesame Treats
  1. Add sugar to TM bowl and grind for 5 seconds on speed 7.

    Add flour, coconut milk and salt and mix for 15 seconds on speed 5 until smooth.

    Cook for 2 1/2 minutes, 100 degrees on speed 1.

    Add butter and continue to cook for a further 2 1/2 minutes, 100 degrees at speed 1.

    Add almonds and essence and cook for 15 minutes at 100 degrees on speed Gentle stir setting. Mixture should at this stage be thick and gluggy.

    Pour mixture onto a sheet of baking paper and smooth over with spatula to about a 1-2cm thickness.

    Place another sheet of baking paper over the top and smooth over with your hands. Allow to cook for around an hour.

    Scoop teaspoons of mixture and roll with your hands into little balls. Then roll the balls into sesame seeds.





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  • Kooka, this isnt my recipe,

    Submitted by Wholefood Mumma on 9. October 2013 - 15:41.

    Kooka, this isnt my recipe, but I milled the rice myself, snd guessed 1tbsp butter. They worked out, and are super yummy. I used boack sesame seeds to coat.

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  • Hi Rachel. these look

    Submitted by kooka on 26. August 2011 - 23:24.

    Hi Rachel. these look interesting, how much butter is it? and do you think you could make the flour yourself from the rice? 

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