Pastel De Arroz De Bilbao

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Introduction: Pastel De Arroz De Bilbao

About: I'm currently studying Coastal Engineering, I'm crazy for miniatures and dioramas, and I see a opportunity of improvement in every broken thing.

It's a tipical dessert from Bilbao and, thought it's called "Rice pie", rice is not one of its ingrediients. It's thought that it was originally made with rice flour, so the pie kept the name. It's delicious and super easy to make, so let's start with this lazy-proof recipe!

Step 1: Ingredients

1 egg
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup cream
3.5 Tbsp brown sugar
2.5 Tbsp flour
50g butter
12 wafers for empanadas (Basic sweet pastry dough for empanadas)

Step 2: The Mixture

First melt the butter. Then, dump all the ingredients in a bowl and mix them with a mixer until it becomes homogeneous. 

Step 3: Preparing the Wafers

- To place the wafer in the mould the best thing is to fold it in four and then unfold it once it's in the mould. Better see picture.
- Pour the mixture in each of them. The mixture is very liquid and it's easier to do it with a spoon.
- Bake them for 30-35 min at 356ºF (180ºC)
- Let them cool on a rack and enjoy!

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    7 Discussions

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    heretolearn12
    heretolearn12

    3 years ago

    Thank you for this recipe! I've wanted to make this since visiting Bilbao and haven't known how!

    The flour in the photo of ingredients is Maizena-- harina fina de maiz. Is this a fine cornmeal? Should I use wheat flour or cornmeal?

    Also for those cooking in the US, it seems unsalted butter, 2% milk, and light cooking cream (as opposed to whipping cream) are the US equivalents of the pictured ingredients. Does this seem correct, @misko13?

    Thanks again!!

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    dragon flyer
    dragon flyer

    Reply 1 year ago

    What is 'light cooking cream'? Whipping cream is readily available; why would you not just use what the recipe calls for?

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    mliu12
    mliu12

    6 years ago on Introduction

    It looks easy, I want to try it, thanks for the instructable!

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    sunshiine
    sunshiine

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I am so hungry for this! Thanks for sharing! It looks delicious!
    sunshiine

    Those look good! I haven't seen those wafers, do you think a flour tortilla might work?

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    misko13
    misko13

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I think a tortilla will work fine because their ingredients are almost the same. Here's a recipe for the wafers:

    - 3 Tbsp olive oil
    - 6 Tbsp mik
    - 100 gr flour
    - Pinch of salt

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    newworld11
    newworld11

    7 years ago on Introduction

    The bread looks really delicious ah, thank you for your offer of materials and concrete practice, I will try to go home。http://www.rctophobby.com/