Asian carrot cake recipe
Stir-fried carrot cake absolutely has no carrots in it! The choices of food and the availability of food are simply one of the things I like about Singapore. They said Singapore is a shopping haven. Stir-fried carrot cake is one of my very favorite dishes I had in Singapore. There are two versions of carrot cakes available, the white carrot cakes and dark carrot cakes. Well, the color difference is merely from the dark soy sauce that is being used in dark carrot cakes.
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Fried Radish Cake (菜头粿) - Rasa Malaysia
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Instead, white radish makes the base of this comforting savoury cake which is crisp on the outside while soft and chewy in the centre. If you love the complexity and depth of Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine, this dish, also known as fried carrot cake or fried radish cake is incredible - and shared by my dear friend Helina Lee, a fabulous home cook from a huge Singaporean family who settled in Australia many years ago. We use Australian tablespoons and cups: 1 teaspoon equals 5 ml; 1 tablespoon equals 20 ml; 1 cup equals ml. All herbs are fresh unless specified and cups are lightly packed. All vegetables are medium size and peeled, unless specified.
Once a favorite breakfast of the Chinese, this dish might more accurately be called a daikon scramble. But the Chinese words for carrot and daikon are almost the same, and "cake" refers to the way the rice flour binds the ingredients. Ok basic recipe. Personally I found the cake to be to firm. It made the cake much more tender and a stronger radish flavor.
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