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    Saturday, April 27, 2013

    Kutsinta Without Lye Water


    It's been a long time since I am longing to make kutsinta but the thing that is preventing me from making this is the lye water, because it is not available in my place. Today, I am very happy that there is an option for lye water and that is the REDUCED BAKING SODA, to learn how to make it click the link below:
    http://melyskitchen.blogspot.com.br/2013/04/how-to-make-reduced-baking-soda.html

    Ingredients:
    1 1/2 cup all purpose flour
    1 cup  sugar
    1 tsp annatto powder ( atsuete)
    1 1/2 cups water
    1 tsp reduced baking soda  ( make sure it is REDUCED baking soda ) do not put too much or it will have an after taste effect- bitter.


    Procedure:
    1. Sift all the dry ingredients then combine everything and pour into molders and steam for 30 minutes or until done.



    2. Remove from steamer then allow few minutes to cool before removing from the molders then serve with or without grated coconut.

    To save time, prepare the steamer while you are preparing the kutsinta mixture, so that the water is already boiling after the preparation and you can steam right away.

    You might also like:
    Kutsinta Original recipe
    Kutsinta another option
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    34 comments:

    1. i like it,thanks sa ings...

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    2. what do you mean by 'REDUCED baking soda'? how do you do it?

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    3. The link is provided in the article on how to make REDUCED baking soda, just click it.

      here is how to do it
      http://melyskitchen.blogspot.com.br/2013/04/how-to-make-reduced-baking-soda.html

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      1. thanks . . . just overlooked that portion

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    4. Thanks a lot sa ingredients.

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      1. You are welcome, walang anoman po. Thanks for dropping by.

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    5. I order Kuchinta from the City of San Francisco, USA (from a Pinoy bakeshop)whenever someones makes a trip. Recently, my daughters did - so yummy!! And, huhu! - they've been gone fast! I hope this can compensate my weekly cravings. Love this for breakfast or snack & especially with fresh niyog (coconut meat)! Tks, Mely! :D

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      1. Now you can make your own kutsinta, I wish you all the best.

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      2. Do you have recipe of kutsinta in the bilao, gletineous rice

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    6. what sugar to use? brown or white?

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      1. I used white sugar for this, but brown sugar is also ok.

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    7. Sinubukan kopng gumawa ng reduced baking soda at na perfect ko naman dahil napaka daling gawin . Thank you very much. Nag try din akong gumawa ng kutsinta,kya lang bakit po kya unbalance ang lambot.matigas sa bandang ilalim pero napaka lambot naman ng bandang itaas.baka po kako sa pag steam ko ay naapasukan ng ubig kaya tinakpan ko po ng foil.kaya lang 2times pa akong nag try ay ganon din po ang kinalabasan.ano po kaya ang dahilan?

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    8. Thank you for posting the recipe on how to make kutsinta. I will try this recipe and hope it will come out perfect.

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    9. At, do you cover the steamer when you steam?or cover it one by one?
      Thanks!!!

      Dhavhie

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    10. is it possible to make more quantity of REDUCE BAKING SODA and put i refrigarator to have for the next time to cook...and if yes how long can stay? please reply ASAP!Thank you

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    11. Yes it is very possible, it can lat for 6 months in an air tight container. Make sure it is well covered or else it will not serve its purpose.

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    12. thank you po sa ingredients...ngtry po ako mgluto khapon..masarap po sya..ngustuhan po ng mga kasama ko sa bahay lalo n po asawa saka kaptid ko...kaya lng po bkit po parang super lambot po nya nung 30 min. ko lng po sya inisteam?tapos ngtry po me ng 1hr. n pg steam saka lng po sya nging ok......

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    13. hi..pwd po ba glutinious rice flour ggamitin instead of rice flour?

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    14. @ Aizza dahil di pa sya luto sa oras na yon.

      @ anonymous hindi ko pa nasubukan using glutinous rice for kutsinta pasensya na kung di ko masagot ng oo o hindi, wala pa rin akong narinig na kutsinta gawa sa malagkit, maaring mahirap ito lutuin.

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    15. I used glutinous rice flour masarap naman pero medyo matagal nga lang lutuin..

      Thanks for the recipe .:)

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    16. How to turn the reduce baking soda to lye water? I mean the measurements? Thx...

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    17. Pampakulay lang po ba ang gamit ng annatto powder (atsuete)? Pwede po bang food color na lang ang gamitin?

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      1. yes you can use food coloring, sorry for late reply, ngayon ko lang nabasa.

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    18. Can I use a microwave or toaster to bake the baking soda instead?

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    19. How long in the microwave to make REDUCED BAKING SODA?

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      1. i have not tried in the microwave, sorry I am not sure how many minutes.

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    20. is it possible not to put reduced baking soda in making kutsinta?

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      1. yes, if you will use lye water.

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      2. How many servings did it get in making your own kutsinta

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