Aka banana rolls because of the default banana flavoring always added to flavor these cakes. But...there is no law that says these rolls has to taste like bananas right? So, time to get creative and make them in any flavor you like.



You'll Need:
-1/2 recipe of Bánh Dẻo (skin only).
-whatever flavoring you like.

For the basic rolls:
Follow the recipe, and divide dough into 3 equal parts. Dust hands and work surface. Roll each portion into a thin logs. Cut each log into approx. 3 inch long pieces. Done!

Have a little Fun:
Too easy? Try this. Divide the recipe in half (remember we're using 1/2 the original recipe...so 1/2 of 1/2 = 1/4 original recipe). Make each portion a different color (so you'll get 2 portions with 2 different colors). Roll each portion into a rectangle about 1/4 inch thick. Stack one portion on top of the other and roll as you would a swiss roll. Cut into 1/4 inch pieces and should get something like in picture above.

Comments (6)

On 11:55 PM , Precious Moments said...

this comes at the right moment when I am wondering what to do with the remaining Kou Fen from the mooncake making session. Thanks!

 
On 10:36 AM , Anonymous said...

Thank you SOOO much for posting recipes! My husband is VN and it is hard to find the real stuff written down in recipes:) My DH stomach will be happy!

 
On 11:07 AM , Anonymous said...

Hi TT,
Do you have the recipe for che banh lot and Fatt Koh cupcake with and without baking soda? I saw your pictures of the stuff you make on Webshot and saw che banh lot and fatt koh which I am been looking for recipes but no luck. I found a recipe, tried it but didn't work. I also bought a book with the fatt koh cupcake, tried it as well but didn't work as well. Can you post them up for those that came later. I love your food and always enjoy testing and making. Thank you so much!!
LoveFood

 
On 12:34 PM , hoangtam/tt said...

lovefood,
please post recipe requests at the forums I visit not there....most of the recipes are already posted, in those forums.

 
On 12:49 PM , Anonymous said...

hi tt,
I am new to this. What forums are the ones that you have visted? I was searching for che banh lot recipe and happen to end up and saw the pictures of your che banh lot and fatt koh and have looked everywhere for the recipe but couldn't find it. Thanks so much for all the recipe you have posted! Loved to try and make them! Your woman is a very lucky woman!
LoveFood

 
On 7:32 PM , hoangtam/tt said...

http://pwmf.blogspot.com/2006/10/its-been-year.html