Mochiko sweet rice flour recipes

Glutinous Rice Dumplings in Sweet Ginger Syrup

sweetrice/glutinousriceflour, such as Mochiko brand. Place the flour in a medium bowl. A warm, comforting dessert in sweet ginger syrup that’s definitely influenced by the Chinese, it’s usually made during the Winter Solstice–it falls today–which is still celebrated by the Chinese-Indonesian families nowadays
Puto Rice Muffins

Puto Rice Muffins

2 cups riceflourmochikosweetriceflour. Sift dry ingredients. Add coconut milk to dry ingredients. Grease ramekins
mochiko chicken tacos with tangy umeboshi mayo

mochiko chicken tacos with tangy umeboshi mayo

Perfectly tender and shoyu’d and sweet with errant edges of crisped, fatty dark meat. Any leftover chicken is also delicious served hot or cold with rice, furikake and more umeboshi pickles the next day
Sweet Potato Mochi Cakes, two ways

Sweet Potato Mochi Cakes, two ways

The ingredients are so simple for this recipe – red beans, sugar, sweet potatoes, mochikoflour, and sesame seeds (not pictured)
Mochiko Chicken

Mochiko Chicken

4 tablespoons mochikosweetriceflour. Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl (except for the oil) and add in chicken
Mochiko Chicken

Mochiko Chicken

In a medium bowl, sift together mochikoflour, cornstarch, sugar, and salt. 1/4 cup mochikosweetriceflour
Sweet Potato Kintsuba

Sweet Potato Kintsuba

In another bowl, mix mochikoflour with a little water until. Add in cake flour and dilute with the remaining water
Easy Japanese Sweet Mochi / Daifuku 大福

Easy Japanese Sweet Mochi / Daifuku 大福

These days, mochi can be easily prepared by mixing sweetriceflour (also known as mochiko) with water to a sticky white mixture and is easily cooked by steaming or using a microwave until the mochi mixture become elastic and slightly transparent
Marking's Bibingka

Marking's Bibingka

Gradually beat in mochikoflour (do not pour all at once or it will get clumpy). Bibingka is a sweet, chewy Filipino dessert made with riceflour and coconut
Lemon Pudding Mochi

Lemon Pudding Mochi

In a large bowl, stir together sweetriceflour, sugar, baking powder and pudding. 16 ounces mochikosweetriceflour (sweetriceflour, 3 1/2 cups). 1 cup angel-flake sweetened flaked coconut

Mochi with Red Bean Filling

Of course, I was in the province, so there was no mochiko (the type of flour they used) and we also didn’t have a microwave oven back then, so I just forgot about it
Microwave Mochi

Microwave Mochi

soybean flour (kinako). 1 cup mochikosweetriceflour (riceflour). Mix together all ingredients except kinako using an electric mixer