White sugar rice cake (白糖糕 bai tang gao) is a traditional Chinese pastry made from white rice, sugar, water and yeast. The cake is normally snow white in color with moist and spongy texture. The taste is sweet and sometime slightly sour due to fermentation of rice batter.

There is a very similar version of this cake in Vietnam call bánh bò which add coconut milk to the ingredients.

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Ingredients:
150g white rice
220ml water
70g granulated sugar
¼ tsp salt
½ tsp instant yeast
(Yield: 400ml rice batter)

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34 Comments

Headless Chicken

June 10, 2020

I have to try this. My mother in law does this with a yeast sour that she shares with friends, but I wouldn't make this enough to justify using a sour. But this should work nicely. I think my grandma did it this way, I recall her grinding rice with water for this and other things.

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Cindy Choy

June 10, 2020

I just tried this recipe and it's yummy! however, my "bak tong goa" did not rise, nor did it have the nice honeycomb look like in your photos. Any idea where I may have made a mistake?

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Xavier Jacob

June 10, 2020

It looks just like Vattayappam of Kerala (India)

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Evangeline Gregorio

June 10, 2020

Hi! what kind of rice is the best for this puto pls?. i want to learn and cook like this,,, Thank you

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StephKim

June 10, 2020

Normal rice or glutinous rice?

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Merly Barlongo

June 10, 2020

Please provide measurements in cups. Thank you.

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Sumedha Sharma

June 10, 2020

Can I use rice flour directly

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antara7132

June 10, 2020

Made this for my mum coz it's her fav….i just did half the portion to try and it came out perfectly….definitely saving this recipe! Thanks for sharing Sis….
Btw i need a favour if you have the recipe for flat breads with filling in it…usually red bean paste, sweet coconut, kaya and sweet peanuts…..only found in chinese bakeries?

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Leena Ndubai

June 10, 2020

Hello from Nairobi Kenya,thank you for sharing this fantastic recipe my late mum use to prepare for us.I made an attempt today following your guidelines but it turned out a little under cooked n not firm…where did I go wrong. Thanks

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Charlotte Ferree

June 10, 2020

I'e tried other recipes. Yours is the best! This definitely tastes like what we have in Hawaii. Mine had some holes in the center section but not along the outside circle. What did I do wrong? Also,the ones that are sold in Hawaii are taller in height. Would it work if I double the recipe and still use the 7 inch pan? How long should I steam it?

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nurse sittie

June 10, 2020

Puto pala hehehe nice..

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Millie Voon

June 10, 2020

Why is the top a bit sticky after steaming?

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Mini Kitchen

June 10, 2020

I love it

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Sol Mendiola

June 10, 2020

My favorites when my kids have a bday party…di nawwwala ito with diff.colors. Di nkkaumay at di tumitigas.wala ng ngddala sa palengke…miss this so much!

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Seethalakshmi Iyer

June 10, 2020

Nice

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Narayani Ramachandran

June 10, 2020

Where could I get this Sanna Sombu a Mangalorean utensil?

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Mac

June 10, 2020

Followed the recipe, turned out soggy (i used a bamboo steamer) . Looks good though, i must have done something wrong somewhere.
Would the vessel/bowl sizemdepth matter? Or maybe i should steam a little longer..

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Choon Ee Loh

June 10, 2020

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اشهى وصفه وفكره AshHaa Wasfa and Fekraa

June 10, 2020

ترجمه بالعربى من فضلك وشكرا

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Kamu Wajib Tau

June 10, 2020

In Indonesia you can call it "Kue Apem"..

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NNL Lacambra

June 10, 2020

O my delicious rice cake recipe. Keep safe my friend.

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FOOD BUMP

June 10, 2020

We used to cook this and we call it "puto" with combination of "dinuguan" 😍

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طبخ وحلويات

June 10, 2020

💖💖💖💖💖👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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Ghazala Farooq

June 10, 2020

Good recipie of rice cake .New. experience .

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v l

June 10, 2020

Can I use rice flour?

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Novi Soliana

June 10, 2020

Yummy2

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VanieHeart

June 10, 2020

Hi, we called that "PUTO ". That is my favorite in my childhood times. Thank you for sharing i have an idea how to make it.😘👍Subbed…me too okay😘

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Sel Hoang

June 10, 2020

I can’t wait to try this! Thanks for sharing your recipe! When you add the instant yeast and water, does the water have to be warm?

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S Raja

June 10, 2020

jika yis takde boleh ke ganti dengan baking soda atau baking powder

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tofu is awesome

June 10, 2020

Omg i remember having this as a chi,d

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Asha Kitchen

June 10, 2020

So Nice 👌👌👌❤❤🖤🖤💙💙💙💚💚💚💚💛💛💛💛💜💜💜💜

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lusi wahid

June 10, 2020

Apem

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Melanie Rentucan

June 10, 2020

We called that bibingka in Philippines.

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Jamie Lee

June 10, 2020

Beware, do not use sticky rice like korean rice. I did and came out gooey and awful.

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