Here is recipe for Sticky Rice balls with peanuts
Sticky rice balls with peanuts are quick and fun to make.
Sweet, crunchy, and coated with ground peanuts and toasted sesame seeds, The perfect dessert or food and they’re really yummy as well as addicting!
- Two o sticky rice balls with peanuts, or what they call Tong But Luck in Cantonese, to go.
- 1 cup of water to 2 cups of flour ratio which I find yields the chewy texture
- ground peanuts (if someone don’t like or have allergy from peanuts they can use ground coconut as a substitute)
- ground coconut will not give a crunchy taste .
As compared to our Filipino palitaw, they’re made by uniting glutinous rice flour with water to form a dough.
Dough then shaped into balls and cooked in boiling water until they float.
As a replacement for of grated coconut,
Tong But Luck are coated with ground peanuts for a enjoyable crunch and smell.
Tips on How to Make Sticky Rice Balls with Peanuts
- I poured 1 cup of water to 2 cups of flour ratio in a bowl for getting a sticky texture to make its dough.
- The dough will look dry in start but for its soft fluffy and flexible texture .
- you have to keep on mixing the mixture with your hands.
- until it becomes smooth and don’t stick in the bowl.
- We have to boil these balls in boiling water.
- With the help of a spoon remove them from the water right away to keep from over-cooking and drain well to prevent from wetting the peanut coating.
- Let them cool just adequate so u can touch and begin immediately to roll in the ground peanuts as they’ll coat better when still warm.
- These rice balls can be enjoyed at room temperature because after getting cold they will get hard.
- If you want to preserve it for a long time you can refrigerate it and when you want to eat you can place it in a oven for 30 seconds