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Bebinca Recipe, How To Make Bebinca Recipe

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How to make Bebinca

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Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Flour
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : November 17, 2016

Ingredients used in Bebinca
• Rice flour - 200 grams.
• Egg yolks - 10 numbers.
• Coconut juice (thick) - 1 cup.
• Nutmeg (powdered) - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Ghee - 200 grams.
• Sugar - 500 grams.
  1. Take thenbsp;COCONUT MILK,nbsp;mix it with the rice flour, sugar and egg yolks. Stirs thoroughly till sugar has dissolved, add nutmeg powder and keep aside.
  2. Heat a little ghee in a pan and pour in one cup of batter. Bake till brown. Add another spoonful of ghee and another cup of batter. Bake and repeat this till all the batter is used up.
  3. Turn the bebinca upside down and cool before serving.

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vahuser Posted on Thu Mar 22 2012

I agree with Rosetti. The rice flour needs to be replaced by Maida. The 1st layer is either cooked on stove top or baked. The subsequent layers can be placed under a grill in the oven

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vahuser Posted on Mon Jan 25 2010

I am surprised to see rice flour used to make bebinaca as that would give it a heavier consistency. We use regular maida flour or any all purpose flour would do. Now there is another offshoot of this recipe and it is made with potato but the texture

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vahuser Posted on Mon Aug 10 2009

The first layer of Bebinca is always done on the stove. No sooner you see the sides browning slightly, you remove the vessel and put it in the special Bebinca oven which heats from the top only. Rest of the recipe looks okay: have not tried it out

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