Rice Cake (Lontong) with Rice Cooker. Rice Cooker Ketupat – Rice Cooker Rice Cakes. Anyway, living outside of Indonesia, even if I own a lontong mould, finding the requisite banana leaves can be tricky. So, here is a really simple method to make your very own rice cakes, as long as you have a rice cooker, and any square/oblong shape moulds, which a regular loaf pan should do the trick nicely.
Many Indonesian dishes are created to be eaten with lontong. One example dish that served with lontong is Gado-gado (I have the recipe here 👉#pib_gadogado). Lontong or rice cakes are rice cooked in banana leaves. You can have Rice Cake (Lontong) with Rice Cooker using 3 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Rice Cake (Lontong) with Rice Cooker
- It’s 100 gr of cooked rice (leftover cooked rice).
- You need of Water.
- Prepare 1/4 tsp of salt.
They are often served with dishes such as Sayur Lodeh, Gado-Gado, Soto Ayam, Satay, etc. Rinse the rice, and put them into a pan (not the pressure cooker one) with the water and salt. Cook until the rice absorb the water. See more ideas about Rice cake recipes, Recipes, Indonesian food.
Rice Cake (Lontong) with Rice Cooker instructions
- Put the cooked rice evenly into the rice cooker. Pour the water so that it covers the surface of the rice (the surface of the rice and water is the same height). Add salt. Stir well..
- Press the "cook" button. Wait until the button is in the "warm" setting. Meanwhile, prepare a container that has a lid (I use tupperware). Line with cling wrap..
- After the button is in the "warm" position, take the rice container out of the rice cooker..
- Press the rice with a rice paddle or a pestle until smooth..
- Transfer the rice to the lined container and use the rice paddle to spread, press and REALLY push the rice to pack them down..
- Let it cool down at room temperature or let them cool down a bit and then put the lid on and place in the refrigerator for 1 hour before cutting..
Preheat rice cooker by pressing down the "cook" button and it will pop back to warm in a minute or two. Pour the cake batter into the rice cooker. Cover the hole on the cover with a small wet towel. You may have to make your cake cook for an extra round or two, depending on your rice cooker. Some rice cookers come with a cake mode, which makes it even easier.