Make Simple Bika Ambon That Just Use 2 Eggs

Usually, bika ambon made using many eggs to taste and get a beautiful fibrous look when cut. Of course, it takes a lot of capital to make this cake from Medan.

But do not worry. For those of you who want to try making it at home or for sale, there are a simple bika ambon recipes that only use 2 eggs. It was no less with the original bika ambon Medan.

Here’s the complete recipe, from one of situs casino online terbaik Cookpad’s site users, Dhiah Oddie.

Bika Ambon Economical

Ingredients

-100 grams of starch

-50 grams of wheat flour

-100 grams of sugar

-2 eggs, shake off

-1 tbsp margarine, melt

-200 milliliters of coconut milk (65 ml coconut milk and water, boiled with pandan leaves, lemongrass, and lime leaves)

-1/4 tsp salt

-1 tsp vanilla

-2 drops of yellow food coloring

Biang Materials

-50 milliliters of water

-1 tsp sugar

-1 tsp yeast instant

How to make

  1. Mix all ingredients. Let stand until foaming for 10 minutes.
  2. Mix wheat flour, starch flour, prawn, sugar, salt, vanilla and coconut milk (half first). Stir until smooth and slippery. Add the remaining coconut milk and beaten eggs, mix well.
  3. Enter casino online indonesia margarine, stir well and let stand for 1 hour.
  4. Heat the mud cake till it gets really hot. Allow the bottom of the mold with zinc let me not quickly burned.
  5. Grease a little margarine on the mold and pour batter 3/4 mold. Leave it to potholes and do not cover the mold.
  6. If the top has dried up, close briefly. Bica cake can be taken with the help of a spoon. Lift and ready to serve.
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