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Sometimes the logic works better then memory. I never had something like this recipe in my life, but I knew that these ingredients should work well together. So I mixed them and... BOOM. It's delicious!
THE RICE BASE
FE Sweet rice 3% and just 0.25% of FA cinnamon ceylon it's what I always mix when I want rice desserts.
FLV Sweet coconut 3% is the true fruit, the white pulp of coconut. But it is weak, so I need a bit of commercial coconut flavor. Fa cocò 1% it's the perfect pairing.
I need a sweet candy pistachio here so I use RF pistachio at 2%
FW blood orange is a complex flavor: it has a fruit part that talk with coconut and a bitter part to make a compensation to the sweeteness of RF pistachio.
You need a 0.5% of sweetener to help the coconut to rise up and to mute down the rice off-note.
I'm very proud of this recipe and I have to thank a lot of mixers for inspiration: @ENYAWREKLAW for his note about FE sweet rice, all the NOTED crew ( @mlnikon - @ID10T - @CheebaSteeba ) for their explanation of RF pistachio and FLV sweet coconut.
Enjoy and don't forget to review.
Inspiration: For my birthday/Valentine's Day, my wife and I went to a Southern/Indian fusion restaurant in Nashville, Chauhan Ale and Masala House. We ordered the Masala Dabba and Tandoori appetizer, which features fresh naan and a selection of chutneys (the pickled mango was divine) and butters. It was all great, but one of the standouts was a cinnamon, sugar, and rose butter. The marriage of rose, cinnamon, and butter was a revelation.
I knew that as a recipe I wanted it to have a starch element. I did not have any ideas for naan (aside from using Shyndo's bread stone . . . but sliced white bread is not naan), so I opted for a rice pudding type note. Upon further research I discovered that there was an Indian rice pudding with rose called gulab phirni. I set about trying to recreate that experience in vape form.
The butter is made up of a small part FA Butter and WF Buttercream frosting . . . the actual butter in the appetizer was quite sweet, so I used the WF to boost the FA and bring some sweetness to it. FA is extremely true to form but is DAAP heavy, and I din't want to overdo it too much.
The cinnamon is a combination of CAP Cinnamon Sugar with FLV RIch Cinnamon . . . the CAP serves to soften the bite of the FLV without taking away from the cinnamon spice itself. The CAP Cinnamon Sugar adds to the sweetness, as well. 0.4% Rich Cinnamon can be quite heavy, but it plays so nicely with the rose at this level.
The rose is the only one I own INW Dzika Róża - Wild Rose. I'm excited for the release of FLV Rose Essence to remix this recipe, but, for now, this is what I've got and it works. I may pick up FA Rose when the FLV drops and try this out with each.
The rice pudding is a combination I have used in the past FE Sweet Rice, VT Rice Base, and FLV Vanilla Pudding. FE is closer to a jasmine rice, where VT is more like basmati rice, in my opinion. The two serve the starchy purpose that I intended, with the Vanilla Pudding mixing them into a glutinous pudding.
Look, if you read this far, it's safe to say your interest is piqued. This in not a vape everybody is looking for . . . maybe nobody aside from myself . . . but the buttery mixture of rose, cinnamon, and sugar is truly delightful. It's not an ADV by any stretch of the imagination, but it serves as a welcome break from the norm.
THE MOST AUTHENTIC RICE VAPE I HAVE EXPERIENCED !!
This is my take on a Thai Style Coconut Rice Pudding. I ordered the real life version at an Aussie Based Thai restaurant and it totally took me back to when I was in Sukhumvit where I enjoyed some of the best street food in the world in downtown Bangkok.
But how will I make this into something not only enjoyable but vapable?
The VTA Rice Base here has aromas and mouthfeel that could only be described as planting your face a freshly steamed bowl of rice complete with the starchy tones and has a wonderful mouthfeel but it needs friends.
The pairing up with FE Sweet rice really helped to offer a little base of sweetness and to pull the basic pudding rice mouthfeel together.
To bring home the pudding ice base and cream it up I needed to balance the lovely and authentic Purilum condensed milk along with Flavorah Milk.
This worked well but what bridged the creams and the rice together wonderfully was the FA Oak Milk. The Oak tones helped the mouthfeel of the rice wile the milk worked in to this very well.
Finally the coconut simply had to be Flavorah Sweet Coconut for it's sweetness and 100% beauty. It's not overbearing and it plays a linear role that is gently applied in the middle of this profile.
A gentle squeeze of the amazing VTA Persian Lime simply helps cut through the density oh so subtlety and is barely noticeable yet noticed when it's not in the recipe.
All up with a Minimum of a 5 day steep and vaping this on an RDA such as a Wotofo Recurve or similar at around 50-60w on a decent coil
(I tested on a SST Alien) you should experience a lovely dense mouthfeel and gather the different nuances of flavour as described above.
However, while I enjoy this as is, I have also tested versions of this adding with (separate versions)
1/ 2% FA Juicy Strawberry
2/ 2% WF Banana Puree
3/ 2% FA White Peach
and all of these versions were very pleasant. Maybe you may enjoy a little Mango on top or another fruit of your delight for something extra. Whatever you do I hope you enjoy this recipe just as much as I have creating it and let me know what you thought, just enjoy DIY &
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I grew up on Chinatown (or Vietnamtown) in Paris and one of my favorite things I would eat as often as I could is called "Perle Coco" which is actually "Lo Mai Chi" or one of the most popular patisserie in Hong Kong. This is actually a coconut glutinous rice dumpling, traditionally filled with coconut and mung bean paste, wrapped into rice flower and coconut milk, and rolled into shredded coconut.
FE Sweet Rice/Cap Horchata/Cap Jelly Candy combine to form the glutinous rice made of rice flower and coconut milk.
WF Coconut Custard/FA Meringue I'm using to make the filling, but for a really authentic texture, I think I would like to try incorporating FA Red Bean or HC Taro in the mix to incorporate the mung bean paste aspect (which is not to be confused with red bean paste.)
FLV Sweet Coconut/FA Coco come together for a really smooth and rounded real coconut.
FLV Sweetness is not an obligation, but I added here to cut short the steeping time for WF Coconut Custard and CAP Horchata. Also it's important to note that FE Sweet Rice will fade pretty quickly, but adding 1% of FA Coco to it will slow that down significantly. Whatever rice flavor profile you're after, that is a neat trick to use! (thank you @Shyndo)
I love coconut and exotic fruits in general, and this mix turned out really nice right off the shake.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
Inspired by/adapted from Shyndo's Mango Sticky Rice: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/56405
I wanted to try and modify the recipe to use honeydew instead. I also messed around slightly with the grainy notes to hopefully counteract FE sticky rice's shortcomings after a steep.
Shake and vape - this one seems like it isn't the best for shake and vape. I was actually kind of disappointed when I first tried it after mixing. It was very evident that the flavors weren't meshing together nicely.
3 day steep - whew, it's crazy what a few days steep can do for a juice. It is tasting a hell of a lot better now. Basically how you would imagine shyndos mango sticky rice would taste but with honeydew. Might wanna change the coconut notes around and maybe add in some tfa coconut candy. Honeydew notes might be a bit on the stronger side, i personally enjoy it like this, but maybe JF honeydew melon could be lowered slightly. Will probably come out with a v2 of this recipe idea.
Thanksgiving day. Well, since I know we are all looking for that savory meaty vape, figured I'd whip up the next best thing, mashed taters.
Here's the 'development' notes, more like the thought process.
FE Sweet Rice / FE Taro - Needed some starchy substance. While Sweet Rice has a good starch to it, Taro gives that dry earthly like potato note.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake - This is just a decent plain cheesecake. I used it low to give some body to the Sweet Rice / Taro.
OoO Milky Undertones - Add some creaminess / dairy to the overall potato mix.
TFA Butter - Who eats their mashed potatoes plain? You damn savages.
Is it perfect? Oh, hell no. Could I work on it over and over? Sure. Did I just mix something up for the fun of it? Oh yeah.
Really, I just wanted to see if it was even possible with what I have. It's more of a concept than anything. Off a shake, the Taro is just strong and there is an overall mild potato butteryness. Not much in the way of creamy note but the idea is there. Maybe after a few days it will incorporate better... or worse? I don't know.
Happy Thanksgiving y'all. Hope you get fat, drunk, and pass out in a Best Buy to get those Black Friday deals.
Most of the strawberry cakes that I tried lacked the richness that I was looking for. With Paddy Cakes, I've added FE Sweet Rice to help fill out and lift the FW Yellow Cake to get a rich, moist yellow cake base; I love the way that the Yellow Cake and Sweet Rice dance and embrace each other. A little FA Meringue rounds out the cake and completes it.
I borrowed a technique @Shyndo used in his Mango Sticky Rice...the CAP Super Sweet is meant to tame the slight bitterness that Sweet Rice tends toward, rather than provide sweetness to the recipe, and it works very well, here.
I prefer the classic TFA Strawberry Ripe/TFA Strawberry combination, over CAP Sweet Strawberry/Shisha Strawberry mix, as I feel it works better in bakery recipes. The latter seems to sit on top, while the former seems to blend into the recipe better, and the TFA combo does not disappoint, here. A little lemon zest brings just a tad of brightness to the fruit.
I recommend an overnight steep, before the initial taste, to let the Sweet Rice calm down a bit. After 3 days, the recipe is very good, but if you can wait 14 days or more, Strawberry Paddy Cakes becomes amazing. Give this recipe a try, and let me know what you think. Enjoy!
Sweet rice cooked in coconut milk with pineapple and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
This arose as a result of mashing up hashslingingslashur's Leche de Coco and ID10-T's If You Like Piña Coladas for my wife (long story short: she decided to pursue her Master's Degree while teaching full-time and was feeling the urge to smoke again. So I got her a vape with zero nic to puff on while she is writing, and it has satisfied that urge.). I let her poke around ATF, and she liked the way both of those sounded. I remixed them into one recipe, and every time I fill up her tank I'll take a few pulls off of it. I've also been intermittently working on a pineapple upside down cake. The two ideas began to coalesce into one, and I began thinking about how coconut milk and pineapple would go with a rice base. I did some quick research that led me to a Mexican dish that had all of that with cinnamon sprinkled on top.
I took part of my rice pudding base from Thrice Pudding Twice, threw a little bit of Leche de Coco and If You Like Piña Coladas at it, added a touch of FLV Rich Cinnamon, and mixed it all up 60vg/40pg. Off the shake, it is pretty darn good. It's a sweet rice cooked in coconut cream with a touch of pineapple baked in and sprinkled with cinnamon. Enjoy!