Sesame Balls-Jian Dui #desserts #breakfast

Sesame Balls-Jian Dui #desserts #breakfast

Popular diminish aggregate seared sesame balls with glutinous rice flour and red bean glue; Also known as Jian Dui in Chinese.

Allow me to figure, have you at any point attempted those singed sesame balls in diminish whole lobbies? Potentially yes! Those sesame balls as a rule are served to appreciate between appetizing faint whole dishes with different sizes. Indeed, sesame ball is a typical breakfast dish well known a long ways past Guangdong food (cause the notoriety). It gets a few monikers in Chinese—Jian Dui or Ma Tuan. We typically have this as breakfast during my secondary educational time. At that point an ever increasing number of well known sound thoughts come into life, so we didn't cook it oftentimes in following years. Anyway with regards to occasion, a little cluster of sesame balls will take pretty much every visitor back to old recollections. I feel it is important to record how to make this singed sesame balls at home. It is a convention to make a few dishes with glutinous rice (sweet clingy rice) for Chinese individuals.

For instance we have Chinese rice dumplings (Zongzi) for Dragon Boat Festival,Chinese tteok for Middle Autumn day, sesame rice dumpling for Lantern Festival and NianGao for Spring Festival. Glutinous rice is sans gluten rice with lower creation generally in China. Chinese individuals treasure the solid estimation of clingy rice and subsequently giving different yummy dishes for occasions, yet additionally day by day pastries and breakfast-like glutinous rice balls with coconut, blended congee and glutinous rice balls with squashed peanuts.


Sesame Balls-Jian Dui #desserts #breakfast


  • 1.5 cup glutinous rice flour
  • 80 g sugar , about 1/3 cup+ 2 tbsp.
  • 100 ml water or 10ml more for adjusting , include the water for small dough, around 1/3 cup+ 1 tbsp.
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder , optional
  • 1 cup roasted white sesame seeds , homemade instructions here
  • red bean paste , or other filling as needed
  • water for dipping
  • more glutinous rice flour for dusting
  • oil for frying

Prepare the small dough

  1. In a small bowl, take around 2 tablespoon of glutinous rice flour out and mix with around 10ml water. Knead to until smooth.
  2. Bring some water to boil and then cook the small dough for around 2 to 3 minutes. Prepare a bowl with cold water on the side. Then the small dough is ready, transfer out and soak with cold water to cool down.

Prepare the main dough

  1. In a large bowl, mix the left flour with sugar and baking powder. And then add the small dough in. Break with hand and slowly stir in water. Continue kneading until smooth dough.
  2. Further shape the dough into long log and then divide into 20 equal portions. Shape each portion into a round ball.

Assemble the sesame balls

  1. Shape the small glutinous rice balls into a bowl and then wrap around 1 teaspoon red bean paste in. Seal completely and shape into a around ball again.
  2. Prepare two bowls: one with clean water and the other with sesame. Take one ball with one hand, quick dip with water and then roll the ball in sesame bowl with another hand. This is a personal tip to make the process easier. Press the balls several times so the sesame seeds can sticky to the surface. Repeat to finish all the sesame balls.

Frying the balls

  1. Heat enough oil (at lest cover the balls) until 120 degree C (or you can test the temperature with a smaller ball). Carefully add the sesame balls, slow your fire immediately and slowly deep-fry the balls until slightly golden brown. Turn off fire; transfer out and absorb extra oil with paper. Cool down for several minutes and enjoy!

For More Details :


Post a Comment