Combine the rice flour, water, salt, and sugar. Stir into smooth batter
Preheat wok/skillet. Add in cooking oil. Saute shallots, garlic and fragrant, about 1 minute. Add the dried shrimp and saute for another minute. Add Chinese sausage and cook for another 1 minute until fragrant. Add in the shredded daikon and stir fry until it softens. They will release some juices too, which is fine. Add seasonings and have a taste and adjust to your liking. Turn off the heat and let it cools down for about 5 minutes
Grease a 7 x 7 inch pan, or you can line with parchment paper at the bottom of the cake for easier release later. You need a 7 x 7 inch round pan if you use 6 quart-instant pot (the cake will be taller)
Meanwhile, get your steamer ready on high heat. Give the flour mixture a stir and then pour into the wok/skillet and continue to stir (without turning on the fire on the stove) until the mixture started to thicken but not too thick. Remove from the heat. Pour the mixture into the pan. Spread the batter as evenly as possible
If steaming on the stove:
Steam on high heat for 50 minutes or until toothpick inserted into the middle of the cake is no longer wet. At the end of cooking time, It may still appear to be soft and wet. Don't panic, let it cool down completely (about 4 hours or so) before attempting to cut into slices. It will firm up nicely for you.
You can serve as is or put a bit of oil in a non-stick pan and then pan-fry the cake before serving. Serve with chili sauce on the side
If pressure cooking with Instant Pot:
Pour 2 cups of water in the inner pot. Place a trivet in. Place the pan on top of the trivet. Close the lid and turn the steam release valve to sealing. Set the timer to 35 minutes and then do natural release. At the end of cooking time, It may still appear to be soft and wet. Don't panic, let it cool down completely (about 4 hours or so) before attempting to cut into slices. It will firm up nicely for you.
Cut the cake into desired size. Heat up a little bit of oil on a non-stick pan and pan fry both sides until lightly golden brown and serve with your favorite chili sauce or as is
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