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Rice Flour Cake

Posted by on December 8, 2010

Brief History: Since we arrived in Miami, we met at a meeting of the company Rena Ware. Until today the sun has been our friend and protector, giving us unconditional support. In one of the visits to her home we buy you a coffee and an exquisite cake to accompany it. Digging to her about this recipe, put us into the hand of his countrywoman Mrs Elba Gamez Salvadoran who jealously guard their recipes very style of grandmothers, that is, old man in a notebook. The Nanny as we affectionately call him tomorrow to let us quote a delicious Rice Flour Cake, which in El Salvador they tend to eat mid-morning or afternoon snack with coffee. We hope you like it as we like.

Grace Nana. Ingredients: 3/4 pounds of rice flour 3/4 pound sugar 1 pound Paisa Queso Blanco 1 and 1/ 2 teaspoons baking powder 4 Eggs Sesame seeds 1/ 2 Cream Carton (Hevy Cream) 1 / 2 Cup liquid milk Preparation: Place the cheese in food processor; puree until Unify shredded cheese with milk Besides separating the egg whites, the yellow book Place egg white in mixer and beat until stiff, then add the yellow and beat slowly until unifying ingredient in a large bowl mix the rice flour, baking powder Stir the egg mixture to flour mixture, stir to unify all the ingredients Add milk mixture with the cheese and continue stirring until all ingredients together Finally add the sour cream and mix until the mixture is uniform Preheat oven to 375 degrees Place the mixture into greased and floured molds Let stand for 20 minutes Bake about 15 minutes or until surface is golden Remove from oven and sprinkle with sesame seeds. After it cools down, cut into squares of equal size.

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