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Glutinous Rice Snack With Red Bean Paste

These Glutinous Rice Snacks made of sweet rice flour and filled with store-bought red bean paste. Generously coat the dough with sesame seeds before pan-fry them. It's that easy and tasted so good.

Glutinous Rice Snack With Red Bean Paste


50 grams Red Bean paste, divided
40 grams Sesame Seeds

100 g Glutinous Rice Flour
A Pinch of Salt
100 ml of Boiling Water
1 tsp Vegetable Oil


Combine glutinous rice flour and salt in a mixing bowl. Gradually add the boiling water. Then add the vegetable oil. Gather the flour mixture and knead into a smooth dough. Roll the dough into a log and divide into 4 pieces/portions. Roll each piece into a ball. Then flatten it and fill with red bean paste. Gather the edges, pinch to seal and roll into a ball. Place the ball on a plate of sesame seeds. Press down lightly to coat on both sides.

When ready to cook, heat a lightly oil pan over moderate heat. Place the rolled snacks and pan-fry until both sides are golden brown and slightly crispy, about 8 to 10 minutes. Let the snack cool down before serving.

Makes 4 small Glutinous Rice Snack With Red Bean Paste


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