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Vibibi-Rice-Coconut-Pancakes

Vibibi (Rice and Coconut Pancakes)

Vibibi are soft and fluffy pancakes that are made from a rice and coconut batter. They are the perfect option for a light breakfast and you can even prepare the batter from the night before. You can also use rice flour if you don’t have the time or patience to soak the rice over night.

Vibibi are soft and fluffy pancakes that are made from a rice and coconut batter. They are the perfect option for a light breakfast and you can even prepare the batter from the night before. You can also use rice flour if you don’t have the time or patience to soak the rice over night.
Vibibi-Rice-Coconut-Pancakes

Ingredients

1 1/2 cups Daawat Aromatic Rice, Soaked 4 hours+ or over night
3/4 cup caster sugar
1/2 cup light coconut milk
1 cup heavy coconut milk
1 egg
2 tbsp all purpose flour
1 tsp cardamom powder
1 tbsp yeast
Oil

Instructions

1
Wash the rice and soak in 3 cups of water for 4 hours+ or over night. I would recommend soaking it over night as this makes the rice very soft and easier to blend into a very fine batter.
2
Drain the water and add the rice into a blender. Pour in half of the heavy coconut milk and caster sugar and blend. Depending on your blender you may have to do this for 5-10 minutes until the rice has blended into a very fine batter.
3
Add the remaining heavy coconut milk, light coconut milk, egg, cardamom powder, yeast and flour and blend again for 1 minute.
4
Pour the batter into a large bowl, cover with cling film and sit in a warm place for 2-3 hours to rise.
5
Stir the mixture and scoop using a ladle. Heat a skillet or a pan and add 1 tsp of oil. Pour the batter into the centre of the pan and cover the the pan with a lid. Cook for 1 minute. When the top of the pancake starts to become dry, remove the lid add 1 tsp of oil on the pancake.
6
Flip the pancake and cook for 30 seconds.
7
Serve with yoghurt, fruit or just a cup of tea.
  1. Reply

    They look really very yummy!

      • Pika Chakula
      • June 8, 2018
      Reply

      Thank you.

  2. Reply

    can one cook it without using coconut milk?

      • Pika Chakula
      • October 17, 2018
      Reply

      If you leave the coconut milk, it doesn’t stay rice and coconut pancakes. The coconut milk in this recipe gives it a very nice flavour, I wouldn’t leave it out.

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