Hope this will help! We have more Japanese sweets on our web and video sites. ありがとうございます!. do you need to put sugar in it? I can’t find it here in Arabia . Everything Mochi Cookies. Preheat your oven to 375ºF / 180ºC. I was looking for how to make daifuku or manju and here you come! May be 1/2 or even less if you are eating right away. All rights reserved. I already read your answers for previous messages but if there is a possibility to add some corn starch into Glutinous Rice flour,I want to know the ration of corn starch in the rice flour. Wrap the cookie dough over the mochi until it is completely covered, forming a ball. Thanks for the great video and recipe. Did i perhaps over-steamed it? Preheat oven to 350F, and line baking sheets with parchment paper (or brush with butter). I tried making a white bean paste but failed royally; it was too sticky. A lot of people have a trouble making it by substituting with different flour. Mochiko is often available in regular supermarkets in the US  (Mochiko can be used as a thickening agent). But I used glutinous rice flour, which I thought was the same as mochiko, and it turned out as a paste when mixed in the 3:4 ratio. it is one thing to do with Lady gaga! Hope you had a better luck next time. This Father's Day, my husband had one request. My craving for mochi has finally been solved!! Hi Amanda, Replacing mochiko with another type of flour is tricky and often will not work. 1026 shares. I would like to reduce the amount of sugar in the recipe. Bake these for 12 minutes and let them cool for about 5 to 8 minutes. There are too many people having trouble substituting with other kind of flour. Also, for the anko, I use dry beans, correct? Come back soon! I also had to take a taste. Stick with original recipe (using Mochiko) may be safer. Looks easy, now I have to try it. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe! people having problems using glutinous rice flour. To get the mochi texture, it took me about 2 minutes total. Aica, You may be able to find it online. Hi, wondering if the sugar can be lessened? Hi, the mochi ice cream in your pictures look very evenly wrapped. Fold and seal the edges over the mochi,and gently roll it. leslie, Both batches ended up having large lumps when I reached the stage where I add sugar. As in the main bulk of the flour does not have all the lumps as seen in the video. How do I make peanut mochi with this recipe? veronica, The dough just becomes a clumpy mess and when the sugar dissolves, I just get dough clumps floating in a thin sugar soup and then it dries rock solid. Hahaha… Thanks again. When I was playing around with this recipe I found the encasing of the mochi in the cookie dough a little difficult because the dough was so crumbly. Put a bowl upside down in a pot. Narda, I tried it just for kicks and it most definitely does not work, at least with this recipe. I have tried to make mochi using this recipe numerous times now, initially I used glutinous rice flour, which… Didn’t work. glad youliked our Sweet Mochi recipe! Shae, Sift in the flour, Cocoa Powder, Baking Soda, and Cholocate chips. hi! i ended up using glutenous rice flower instead of mochiko, but it keeps turning out lumpy! Is it possible to cook mochi in the microwave? glad you liked our Sweet Mochi recipe! The perfect finger food dessert for any occasion. a lot of people have trouble using glutinous flour. Strawberry jam may be too soft to wrap, but you could try. You can look online to buy mochiko. So, while I ended up with something, it still isn’t mochi. 1 cup Mochiko = 160g The recipe says to portion the cookie dough and mochi into balls, but it didn't say how many so I took a guess and made a dozen each. You could wrap a ball of Anko (sweet red bean paste) with Mochi and make it into Daifuku Mochi, put ice cream inside to make Mochi ice cream, or just as is coated with some Kinako (soy bean powder). Faith, Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and microwave for 30 seconds at a time and stir each time. is it possible to steam everything at once with the sugar combined? Hi I’ve tried the anko recipe and it was amazing! Mix in 1 tablespoon softened butter. Becca, you need to use Mochiko (sweet rice flour) to get the sticky texture. How many servings does this make? So i tried it and took the risk at using glutinous rice flour and had the same results! Take a piece of mochi ball and place in the centre of the cookie disc. By the way, can I use Corn starch instead of Mochiko? Japanese Cooking 101 © 2018 Oishii America. Hi! Try our Dango recipe too. There’s no mochi flour here in Saudi Arabia. Mix in with other ingredients and cook. Super easy to do and gives the cookie a rounder shape too. What i do not understood is in reality how you are now not actually much more neatly-appreciated than you may be now. Ann, There aren’t holes in the plate so it may not work quite as well as a real steamer, and your results will vary depending on the size and shape of the plate, bowl, and pot, but it can get the job done. Everything you love about mochi and brownies mixed in one yummy treat. My uncle has an allergy to dairy and eggs, so this is perfect! Good luck! That’s all they called it, but it was the tea ceremony type where you wrap anko with the soft white (or flavored) covering and shape into leaves, flowers, etc. Share; Tweet; Pin; These mochi donuts are the ultimate cultural fusion dish. Let cool. Katlyn, I love mochi and I always thought about making it myself. I don’t have mochiko in my city, can I grind rice to make my home-made mochiko? Add water to the pot, but don’t go up to the plate. and Cookies in one treat and to my surprise, they actually work really well together! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Mochi is Japanese sticky rice cake used both in savory and sweet dishes. Great recipe! sugar turns to liquid when it gets hot, so keep stirring until all incorporated. Is there actually a difference between glutinous rice flour and mochiko? We ate some and left it for the next day. Let us know how it went! Based on a recipe by Beyond Kimchee / Makes about 12 cookies 140g glutinous rice flour (also known as sweet rice flour) 80g coconut sugar 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1/8 teaspoon salt 75ml milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 25g pine nuts (roasted, coarsely chopped) 25g shredded coconut (toasted) 50g dark chocolate chips. They cook and shoot photos/videos at their home kitchen(s.), Thanks for sharing. The insides should still be gooey and stretchy. 1 cup sugar = 200g Catherine, Steam the Mochiko dough (leaving the dough in the bowl) in a steamer for 20 minutes. Now that I saw this recipe/video I will definitely try it! I failed to meld the sugar with it, all it ended up was being chopped by my spoon into small pieces. I tried to make the mochi but I don’t know why the dough came out was not smooth and silky as yours. greet from Thailand!! 2: is this recipe using australian measurement? Ok, so mochiko is not available where i live and i do not like buying products through the internet so i used glutinous rice flour as an alternative. We suggest adding the sugar in parts and to dissolve completely and evenly. if it’s one day you don’t have to refrigerate, and yes it would be pliable. Thank you! Mine came out very brittle. There are so many different textures and variations. glad you liked our Sweet Mochi recipe. Try buying it online. Try our original recipe using Mochiko. This mochi brownie recipe is more on the chewy, fudgy side. All are fantastic. Thanks!! Hope this helps anyone who’s been having issues..! However, here we made Sweet Mochi using Mochiko (sweet rice flour) and a lot of sugar, and it is pliable for an extended time to be able to shape it in the way you want for desserts. I was craving a comfort food breakfast, so I ended up ordering food from Pancakes & Waffles in Aiea Corned Beef Hash Loco Moco on Fried... It’s been great to see so many local bakers popping up over Instagram! Ernedt, I love your website and can’t wait to try all the other recipes! Jah, Thanks for sharing! Give your friends and family! Can I add the mochi into red been soup for dessert? wish I had a mochi maker too! (i read from wiki that it is powdered 'cooked' glutinous rice and highly suspect that is the reason ) I could also buy japanese rice but they only sell in 5kg(11 pounds) packs and it would go bad before we could eat. Can I use glutinous flour instead of mochi flour? I like moji and your video was clear instructions… can i use “rice flour” in stead of “sweet rice flour”? The next time I went to the local Chinese wholesale market and asked them for flour I could use to make mochi, this ended up being a different brand of glutinous rice flour, which while providing better results, still didn’t work. Ralph, Thanks you for sharing this recipe ^^ 4. FYI I use the right flour and the right portions. However, exact measuring and no substitutions seem important for this recipe. Mochi Donuts Recipe (Mochisadas) This post may contain affiliate links.