Rice Rolls (肠粉)

Chinese called it 肠粉(chang fen) because its appearance resemble pig intestine. I like it with yong tau fu sauce but I have not found any recipe that looks good yet. Had this for lunch with Chicken Miso paste and sambal belacan. Chicken miso paste tasted like young tau fu sauce in Malaysia. Yum...

Ingredients (2 serves):
130gm fine rice flour
10gm corn starch
10gm wheat starch
1 cup water

  1. Combine rice flour, corn starch, wheat starch and water. Mix well and let it stand for 1 hour.
  2. Grease plate or a small tray with oil, pour in some mixture and steam for 30 seconds.
  3. Place filling (optional) and roll it up.

Comments :

7 comments to “Rice Rolls (肠粉)”
Anonymous said...

Hi! I just found out this blog! This is really awesome! Oh yea maybe i know what kinda wheat starch you're using??? it is because i try to find it over the grocery shops and those supermarket.. i just couldn't see something call "wheat starch" even though i asked the chef in my college, they have no idea what is wheat starch.. they said might be is normal plain flour??? could you tell me the answer?? thankx! ^^

Lydia said...

Hi, thanks for the compliments.
FYI, wheat starch is also know as "tang min flour" or in Mandarin "cheng fen - 澄粉". It is usually available in Asian grocery markets. It is common ingredient in making dumpling.

You may copy these and try to find at Asian grocery market:
cheng fen - 澄粉
Tang Min Flour

All the best.

Anonymous said...

thx alot for ur helps!! i will check it out soon! =)
all the best to u as well!

Anonymous said...

what do you mean by the weight unit gm ?

Lydia said...

gm = gram

Unknown said...

Hi Lydia,
It's 4:30 in the morning in New York and I've been up looking at all your delicious recipes all night. I actually just found your blog today! The cheong I make is almost the same recipe but i could never get the filling right =(... I always try to make the beef one (ngau cheong) but it comes out bad, do you have a recipe for that filling? Thanks for all the beautiful recipes, I look forward to seeing more =)

Lydia said...

Hi Patrick,

Welcome to My Kitchen! Sorry that I have not tasted beef rice roll yet, and don't have the recipe for filling. Do they have ngau cheong in Malaysia? If you found a good recipe of ngau cheong filling, do share with me. TIA.

Happy new year!


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