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Mochi - Revisited


I made Mochi again but this time used a different recipe.  Verdict ..... good, tasted more or less like my previous  Mochi post  but a word of caution though .... the steamed dough was sooo  hot, I had a hard time juggling it trying to shape the balls of dough.  As you can see they're rather odd shaped but I really can't help it!



Mix the glutinous rice flour  with sugar, add in water, stir with a whisk.
Steam the mixture.
Transfer the cooked mixture onto a plate dusted with cornflour.


The centre one has only a cube of mango inside, hence it's slightly smaller compared with the other two.  These had a filling of mango wrapped  with red bean paste.





The texture of this Mochi is softer but not as chewy as the first recipe. Made 5 mochi from this recipe.  I prefer the filling of red bean paste with a cube of mango, sweet and with a slight tinge of sourish water lily mango .............. great for dessert.

Ingredients 
  • 100 gm glutinous rice flour
  • 125 gm red bean paste  (store bought)
  • 100 to 110 ml water
  • 2  Tbsp sugar
  • Mango cut into cubes
  • Cornstarch for dusting
Method
  1. Wrap up a cube of mango with 25 gm of red bean paste, cover and keep refrigerated.
  2. Sift the glutinous rice flour into a mixing bowl, add in the sugar, mix well .
  3. Add in water sparingly, using a whisk to mix till the mixture is free from lumps.
  4. Steam under rapidly boiling water for 15 mins.
  5. Scoop up the cooked dough onto a tray dusted with cornflour.
  6. Add in some cornflour and divide it into 5 pieces (the dough is super hot).
  7. Flatten a piece of dough, put in a ball of red bean paste.
  8. Shape into a ball and serve immediately.



I'm submitting this entry to  Aspiring Bakers #5:  Fruity March  (March 2011).
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Comments

  1. Thanks for the recipe! My brother loves mochi. can't wait to make this for him when he is back!

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  2. they look great and good for you for doing it

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  3. i love mochi! this look so nice and yummy! (:

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  4. they okay to me..I bet it taste good too...cool...mango filled mochi :)

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  5. Cheah, my hubby starts to love eating mochi recently, I must try this recipe as it is a very small portion. Thanks for sharing :)

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  6. Great idea to add fresh fruit! Like to eat but lazy to make! Send some over please!

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  7. Mochis are on my wishlist Cheah. I dont know when I'll get there.

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  8. Jen
    You're most welcome. I like it too.

    Rebecca
    Yes, if you've not had them before, you can try making it one day.

    Penny
    It's not too difficult to make, can try.

    The Sweetylicious
    Yes, they are yummy.

    Elin
    Yup, mango is one of your favourites too if I remember correctly.

    Anncoo
    I love mochi and I can have all 5 to myself, no sweat!

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  9. Love mochi!!! I buy it quite regularly because I am too lazy to make my own ;).

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  10. Cooking Gallery
    I thought it was difficult too but after experimenting with 2 recipes I find that this is easier.

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  11. Cheah, I am experiencing the same problem as yours, I can't see my own comment even though the message said it was published!

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  12. Wow how creative with a piece of mango in mochi! I can't remember the last time I had mochi, must have been ages ago ;) Yours look so tempting!

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  13. cheah, i still remember your last mochi and asked you how does mochi taste like cos i havent tasted them before. Not too long ago, i have bought my first pack of mochi from tesco and i quite like it and i think it even taste better when it's still warm. I must try to make my mochi one day. I think the idea of putting fruits in there is great!

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  14. Min
    I like mochi as I like stuff made with glutinous rice flour. Instead of mango you can put in a strawberry.

    Lena
    Yes they do taste better when still warm. Somehow they go well with red bean paste + fruit. I want to make my own red bean paste, but don't know when .....

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  15. This is such a coincidence! I just posted a mochi filling recipe yesterday. :) Except, instead of steaming, I just microwave. It's not as healthy if you microwave, but it's easier. Your mochi looks really yummy. I want to try these with ice cream one day (wrapping ice cream inside) and strawberries with red bean paste or chocolate is another flavor I want to try.

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  16. Esther
    So nice of you to drop by. Strawberry with red bean paste is nice too, have tasted before. But wrapping it with ice-cream looks challenging, think it'll melt very fast as the mochi is hot! Hope to see you more often!

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  17. LOVE mochi. Love it love it :D. Although yours are really interesting! I've never seen or heard of any with mango or any other fruit pieces in it lol. Sounds delicious though, I think it's a great idea! Love it with red bean paste. Yummm! I'm not one who minds about the shape. If I made them they'd be little blobs of different sizes and un-round. As long as they taste good :D

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  18. Cheah, I've bookmarked this but not sure when to start this. haha... Thanks again for sharing. Hope you're enjoying your weekend.
    Kristy

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  19. Do you know where can i get ready made red bean paste in kl / selangor?

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  20. Glad
    Sorry I can't help you as I hail from Ipoh. Perhaps some KL fellow bloggers may be able to help.

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