Recently, I received a lot of news from the backstage that I don’t know how to deal with the rice cake left over from the Spring Festival. It’s a pity to throw it, but I don’t know how to eat it. Today, Blue Pig Square teaches you how to make a rice cake in four steps. The finished product is sweet and delicious, and bite down and scented with sweet-scented osmanthus. And today's rice cake is not an ordinary sweet-scented osmanthus rice cake, which also uses brown sugar. A variety of monosaccharide and polysaccharide energy substances such as glucose and fructose contained in brown sugar can accelerate the metabolism of skin cells and provide energy for cells. Folic acid and trace substances contained in brown sugar can accelerate blood circulation, increase blood volume, stimulate the body's hematopoietic function, expand blood volume, and improve the nutrition, oxygen and water supply of local skin. With so many benefits of brown sugar, you can eat more if you love beauty. Then you can't miss this sweet-scented osmanthus brown rice cake!
Brown sugar is put into the pot until it is cooked
Under the rice cake, boil
Put dried osmanthus
When the soup is thick, it can be eaten.