Introduction: Taro Cake Slices
In Indonesia, this steamed cake is known as Amparak Tatak (in Borneo) and also Kue Talam (in Java).
They come in various flavors and great to accompany your afternoon tea/coffee or even for breakfast and whenever.
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Step 1: Ingredients and Method
200 grams rice flour
100 grams sugar
a dash of salt
100 ml coconut milk
150 ml hot boiling water
Grease a round or square pan with cooking oil, mix all ingredients, pour into the pan, steam until firm (cooked), then pour the top layer batter)
300 ml coconut milk
2 tbsp margarine
50 grams rice flour
2 tbsp Taro powder (can be purchased at stores in Chinatown, health food store, or major grocery stores)
Mix all ingredients, then pour onto the firm lower level, continue steaming until well done. Let completely cool before slicing.