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Warabi Mochi

5 INGREDIENTS • 5 STEPS • 20MINS

Warabi Mochi

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Warabi Mochi is a chewy sweet, and nutty dessert popular in Japan during summer. It's different from typical mochi made using glutinous rice flour because it uses bracken starch. This recipe uses potato starch instead! So you can enjoy the unique Japanese treat without having to travel thousands of miles or grow your own bracken ferns at home.
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Thank God I Bake
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Warabi Mochi is a chewy sweet, and nutty dessert popular in Japan during summer. It's different from typical mochi made using glutinous rice flour because it uses bracken starch. This recipe uses potato starch instead! So you can enjoy the unique Japanese treat without having to travel thousands of miles or grow your own bracken ferns at home.
20MINS
Total Time
$0.15
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
6
us / metric
Milk
2/3 cup
Potato Starch
2 Tbsp
Potato Starch
Brown Sugar
3 Tbsp
Brown Sugar
Soy Flour
1 cup
Soy Flour
Water
1 Tbsp
Water
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
127
Fat
4.0 g
Protein
7.4 g
Carbs
16.9 g
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step 1
Combine Milk (2/3 cup), Potato Starch (2 Tbsp) and Brown Sugar (2 Tbsp) together in a pot until all of the flour and sugar are well mixed with no lumps.
step 1 Combine Milk (2/3 cup), Potato Starch (2 Tbsp) and Brown Sugar (2 Tbsp) together in a pot until all of the flour and sugar are well mixed with no lumps.
step 2
Prepare ice water in a bowl. Put the pot on the stove and heat to medium heat. Keep stirring until it becomes sticky and glutinous and has a shiny, glossy look. Transfer to cling wrap and wrap it around. Shape it into a rectangle.
step 2 Prepare ice water in a bowl. Put the pot on the stove and heat to medium heat. Keep stirring until it becomes sticky and glutinous and has a shiny, glossy look. Transfer to cling wrap and wrap it around. Shape it into a rectangle.
step 3
Put the mochi into the prepared ice water. Meanwhile, combine the Brown Sugar (1 Tbsp) and Water (1 Tbsp) together and bring to a boil. Then turn to low heat and simmer until it reaches a syrup texture.
step 3 Put the mochi into the prepared ice water. Meanwhile, combine the Brown Sugar (1 Tbsp) and Water (1 Tbsp) together and bring to a boil. Then turn to low heat and simmer until it reaches a syrup texture.
step 4
Put half of the Soy Flour (1 cup) on parchment paper. Take the cooled-down mochi out and coat it with soybean powder. Use a knife to cut mochi into cubes and put more soybean powder on. Coat evenly.
step 4 Put half of the Soy Flour (1 cup) on parchment paper. Take the cooled-down mochi out and coat it with soybean powder. Use a knife to cut mochi into cubes and put more soybean powder on. Coat evenly.
step 5
Pour the brown sugar syrup over the mochi just before serving. Bon Appetite.
step 5 Pour the brown sugar syrup over the mochi just before serving. Bon Appetite.
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Gluten-Free
Asian
Snack
Shellfish-Free
Kid-Friendly
Vegetarian
Dessert
Japanese
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