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Raindrop Cake[Lv. Basic]

I was working in a Thai cafe, so I become curious about Asian desserts. I have tried raindrop cakes before, and I really liked it, so I start to think about how to make it adaptable for my family, who is used to middle eastern tastes. Rosewater and pistachio are a common combination in Turkey, and my family absolutely loves it, so I thought let's marry the taste with the technique and create something really unique.


My passion for baking started at an early age; I always helped my grandma with baking and turned out I am really talented in it. I helped her fixed her cookies even when she thought it was ruined. I educated myself through youtube videos and learned several techniques there. In the future, I would like to go to a pastry school and make baking my profession.


Servings: 1 person.

Total Time : 5 minutes.

Prep Time : 3 minutes.

Cooking Time : 2 minutes.

Other Time : Shelf half hour

Size of Container : 12 oz


INGREDIENTS


  • Agar Agar Powder

  • Water

  • Rose Water

  • Stevia

  • Rose Petals

  • Pistachio Powder

  • Oat Milk

  • Corn Starch

  • Roasted Soy Flour


COOKER / TOOL

  • Mold

★ TIP ★

In all my recipes I substitute Gelatine with Agar Agar Powder.


What is Raindrop Cake? 🇯🇵

Raindrop cake is a dessert made of water and agar that is supposed to resemble a raindrop. It first became popular in Japan in 2014, and later gained international attention. (Reference from : Wikipedia )



🥣 DIRECTION


Step 1. Raindrop Cake


1/4 tsp Agar Agar Powder

3/4 cup Water

1 Tbsp Rose Water

1 tsp Stevia

1 Tbsp Rose Petals





1)

Dissolve agar powder in water and add stevia to taste.


2)

Bring it to boil for 50 seconds.



3)

Prepare molds by greasing them with vegetable oil and sprinkle some rose petals in them.


4)

Pour liquid onto the molds.


5)

Refrigerate for 3-4 hours.



Step 2. Sauce & Garnish


1 Tbsp Pistachio Powder

1 cup Oat Milk

1 Tbsp Corn Starch

Roasted Soy Flour



1)

Bring to boil 1 cup of oat milk. Add pistachio powder.


2)

Thicken it up with corn starch.


3)

Pour over the raindrop cake.



♥︎

ENJOY! Your "Raindrop Cake"

from Szabina Szeplaki


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@ninaszeplaki


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