Saturday, May 19, 2012

Korean-Style Pumpkin Porridge Recipe

I still have a can of pumpkin, I bought it because on sale, but I don't know what to make with it.   So as usual after googling found a nice recipe with video instruction, this dishes really good. Check out this website for the recipe and video instruction.


 2-3 lb Pumpkin (3 Cups Water), I used a can of Pumpkin with 3 cups of water
 3 Tbsp Sweet Rice Flour (¼ Cup Water)  ½ tsp Salt

 Rice Ball Ingredients

 ⅔ Cup Sweet Rice Flour
4 -5 Tbsp Water Bean


 1 Can Black Beans (15 oz)
 ½ Cup Water

 ⅓ Cup Brown Sugar

1. Add pumpkin( sweeten) from the can to the Pan, cook with 3 cups of water

 2.Combine ¼ cup of water and 3 Tbsp of sweet rice flour. This will help thicken the pumpkin mixture.

 3. Pour the sweet rice flour mixture into the pan. Immediately after that, quickly stir it or the

 4. Meanwhile, prepare the bean topping. Drain the liquid from a can of black beans. You can use any kinds of beans, but red or black beans are the best.

 5. Add ½ cup of water and ⅓ cup of brown sugar in a pan. Stir it until the sugar dissolves on medium-high.

6. Add the beans and cook for 7 minutes on high.

7. Occasionally stir them so they will not stick to the bottom or burn. After 7 minutes, most of the liquid will gone.

8 . To make the sticky rice balls, combine ⅔ cup of sweet rice flour and 4-5 Tbsp of warm water. Knead the dough for several minutes.

 9. Make small balls with the dough.

10. Once it starts to boil, add the rice balls and cook for 5 more minutes on high. Keep stirring it so that the rice balls will not stick to the bottom.

11. If the rice balls are soft and chewy, they are done.

 12. To serve, place a spoonful of black beans on the bottom of a serving bowl. 12. Pour some of the porridge on top of the black beans.


WokandSpoon said...

This looks so filling. I didn't realise that you could buy sweet rice flour in shops. I have rice flour but must look out for the sweeet version next time.

Everything4sweets said...

You can make it also with glutinous rice flour :)

WokandSpoon said...

Will it be a bit bland if I just use glutinous rice flour? I suppose I could add a bit of sugar...

Everything4sweets said...

It's not bland, because the porridge made by pumpkin with sugar :)