Friday, December 3, 2010

Sapin-sapin Recipe

Sapin-sapin Recipe: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"
Ingredients:
3 1/2 Cups of rice flour
1 Cup of white sugar
2 Cups of coconut milk
food coloring (green, yellow and purple) or any color you may wish
1 cup of finely chopped fresh buko (or macapuno preserve if fresh coconut is not available)
pandan leaves (if not you can use pandan extract)
1 cup of crushed cooked ube
½ Cup of chopped langka or jackfruit
½ tsp anise extract
some banana leaves
Procedure:
In a bowl mix your flour, with your sugar and coconut milk.  Mix them until it becomes homogenous. Line your round pan (preferably about 9 inches in size) with your banana leaves. Divide your flour mixture into three portions.  Add the langka flavor and yellow coloring on the first, the ube and purple coloring for the second and coconut and green coloring for the last one. Preheat your steamer for about five minutes.  Pour the yellow color first on your round pan and let it steam for fifteen minutes.  Then add the langka flavor over the first layer and steam it for fifteen minutes.  Lastly pour the purple color and steam for another fifteen minutes. Let it cool before removing from the pan.  Serve with toasted shreaded coconut and some sugar.

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