HUSBAND & WIFE CAKE – Banh Phu The / Banh Xu Xe (Recipe)


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For the fillings: (yield 18 balls)
100g peeled split mung beans (1/2 cup)
120ml water (1/2 cup)
4 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp vegetable oil
pinch of salt
1 tsp vanilla extract / 1 pack vanilla sugar 9g
For the dough: (yield: 9 cakes)
125g tapioca starch ( 1 cup)
240ml water (1 cup)
1 tbsp mung bean starch
1 tbsp water
4 tbsp sugar
1 tsp vegetable oil
20g shredded young coconut (1/4 cup)
a few drops food coloring
roasted sesame seeds

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  1. I like the cake cause it's beautiful and I like the boxes cause they are environmentally friendly ?

  2. mình đã thử recipes của bạn, bánh ra rất ngon, mềm, dẻo, độ ngọt vừa phải, cảm ơn Helen for beautiful recipes.

  3. Cho e hỏi xíu ạ! Ở bước cho bột vào lò vi sóng quậy tới nửa sống nửa chín mà e k có lò vi sóng thì hấp đc k ạ? Nếu đc thì hấp khoảng bao nhiêu lâu mỗi lần? E cảm ơn

  4. i very love your videos helen just keep going I'm a 7 year old kid I want to make what you've cooked?????i wish i can be you're good friend helen i discovered you in your videos Thach rau cau and Banh da lon

  5. As Asian myself, i love to watch and try both Thailand and Vietnamese Dessert, and using mungbeans i would saynwe both have that Chinese Influenced.

  6. The blue one was my favorite! These cakes remind me a little of mochi. The way the dough is prepared is similar

  7. Hi Helen! I love your recipes and I have a question about these cute wedding cakes. If I would like to cook the paste on the stove, how long should I cook it for (with stirring or whisking of course) and on what temperature (low, medium or high)? Because I saw in one video you can do it in the saucepan on the stove, but it was in vietnamese and I don't speak the language.
    Keep up the good work, greetings from Slovenia! ❤️?

  8. When I ate it in Vietnam, I noticed that the outer layer had a bit of lye flavour, like how the Chinese add lye to the alkaline dumplings. I love this cake by the way. Time to try making some.


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