How To Make Sweet Soybean Coconut Cake Desert Recipe

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This Recipe:

  • Serves 4
  • Has a Prep Time of 25 minutes
  • **Beans need to Soak for at least 3 Hours**
  • Cooking Time of 40 Minutes

This recipe is best if served with Coconut Ice Cream with Caramelized Bananas!

This recipe is a Southeast Asian Cambodian Khmer Desert Recipe and uses Soybeans. In Cambodia, there are 2 types of Soybeans.

  1. Red or Black Soybeans are used for making Soy Sauce and Tofu.
  2. The other kind of Soybeans are the Green and Yellow varieties which are used to make Cakes.
  • The Soybeans have to be soaked in water for several hours to soften them for easier cooking.
  • They can be found in many Major Supermarkets, Health Food Stores and Asian Specialty Stores.

This recipe also calls for the use of a Steamer which can also be found in most Asian Specialty Stores or ordered online.

Let's take a look at the Ingredients:

Sweet Soybean Coconut Cake Ingredients

Ingredient
Amount
How To Prepare
Dried Yellow Soybeans
1 1/2 cups (150 g)
Soak in a bowl covered with Cold Water
Salt
Just a Pinch!
 
Palm Sugar or Dark Brown Sugar
1/2 cup (100g)
 
Coconut Milk
1 cup (250 ml)
 
Freshly Grated or Dried Unsweetened Coconut
1/2 cup (100g)
 
Eggs
4
Lightly Beaten

Sweet Soybean Coconut Cake Recipe

**Allow Soybeans to soak in a bowl of cold water for three hours before starting recipe**

  • When Soybeans are finished soaking for at least 3 hours, drain them and put in a saucepan with fresh water.
  • Bring Soybeans to a boil and cook for 10 minutes.
  • Drain Soybeans and set aside.
  • Combine Salt, Sugar, Coconut Milk, Grated Coconut and the Soy Beans in a saucepan and cook over medium heat until beans are soft. Stir Constantly!
  • Add the Beaten Eggs and pour mixture into a round mold (a plastic bowl will do).
  • Preheat a Steamer
  • Steam the Cake for 20 minutes.
  • Set Aside and allow to cool before serving.

That's it! Let's top this cake with a scoop of Homemade Coconut Ice Cream with Caramelized Bananas!

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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Hello Robin! It is definitely different especially if you don't eat a lot of Soybean products. I suggest making it with the other recipe for the Home Made Coconut Ice Cream. Although they can be enjoyed independently, they compliment each other! I always appreciate your comments! Please let me know what you think when you try this!

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Robin 5 years ago from San Francisco

This sounds yummy! I've never had soybean cake, but I'd like to try it. Thanks for the recipe!


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@anglnwu: I am not positive but I believe they are not the same. I tried to research on Wikipedia but there was no listing.

Here is a link to soybeans: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soybean

This is a link to mung beans: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mung_bean

I hope this helps! I will have to research a little more. Thanks for stopping by, as always!

JSMatthew~


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@homesteadbound: Haha! Your weak spot has been sighted! These two recipes are meant to be together! I appreciate your comments! Thanks again for stopping by!

JSMatthew~


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@Seeker7: Please let me know how you like it after you try it! Here are 2 more recipes I posted an hour ago...They are Coconut Recipes!

http://hubpages.com/food/How-To-Make-Palm-Sugar-Pe...

http://hubpages.com/food/How-To-Make-Cambodian-Khm...

Thanks for stopping by!

JSMatthew~


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@picklesandrufus: It is both! Thanks for stopping by!

JSMatthew~


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@LuxmiH: It's really not that hard. The worst part is soaking the beans for 3 hours! Whichever way you try it, I do hope that you enjoy it! I always appreciate your comments!

JSMatthew~


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

@jadeddragon: I really hope your mom likes this! Make sure you serve it with the Coconut Ice Cream with Caramelized Bananas! (http://jsmatthew.hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Make-Home... They go well together! Please come back and let us know what your mom thinks! Thanks for stopping by.

JSMatthew~


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anglnwu 5 years ago

Is yellow soya bean also called mung bean? Thanks for the recipe--now, we can eat this with the coconut ice-cream. Thanks.


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homesteadbound 5 years ago from Texas

I bet this would be soooooo good to make and then eat with the Coconut Ice Cream with Carmelized Bananas! You are finding my weak spots!


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Seeker7 5 years ago from Fife, Scotland

Coconut is one of my most favourite foods so I have to try this recipe out - especially having it with coconut icecream and the bananas. An awesome recipe!!


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picklesandrufus 5 years ago from Virginia Beach, Va

sound good and healthy!!


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LuxmiH 5 years ago from Fort Pierce, Florida

I think I will wait till I can try this one in a restaurant. It doesn't seem quite as easy as the Cvoconut ice-cream or caramelized bananas.


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jadeddragon 5 years ago from Arizona

Sounds awesome! Ill have to give it a try for my mom. Personally I am not a fan of coconut but my mom loves it! Thank you for posting!.


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Hello ComfortB! You made me chuckle! I have worked at many restaurants but never thought about opening my own. I appreciate you stopping by and leaving a comment!

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ComfortB 5 years ago from Bonaire, GA, USA

Any recipe with Dark Brown Sugar and Coconut gets my vote. Matthew you should think about opening a restaurant. You'll never go out of business.

Thanks for sharing this one!


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Hey thranax! It's been a while, how are you? Thanks for stopping by!

JSMatthew~


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thranax 5 years ago from Rep Boston MA

Sounds yummy mate!

~thranax~

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