Vegan peanut mochis

As a student, it is difficult to combine restaurants with the student budget. However, it is easy to eat in Chinese restaurants where prices are very reasonable. mochis is a good desert. At the same time fluffy, rubbery in the mouth and sweet, they bring a touch of sweetness to our day. So I decided to make this recipe, often bought but very easy and quick to reproduce. The only complexity: finding sticky rice flour (often sold in Chinese supermarkets).

Modus operandi: sweet and easy desert

-40g peanut butter
-100g sticky rice
-150mL of water
-100g coconut sugar/brown sugar
– maizena

Form a dozen peanut meatballs and place them in the refrigerator.
Mix the flour, sugar and water in a container. 
Place in the microwave 5 times 30 seconds and stir each time between cooking, until a thick and fluid dough is obtained.
Once the dough has cooled, place Maizena on the work surface and form a dozen dumplings.
Flatten each piece and place the peanut ball in the center. Bring the edges of the dough up and roll the ball.
Reserve and taste.

Nota bene: you can keep a mochi in the fridge and heat it for 20 seconds in the microwave before eating it. A real delight!

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Published by miss.pickyeater

Passionate about everything related to food and health, I invent and reproduce for you simple recipes that we usually buy in our supermarkets or eat in restaurants.

7 thoughts on “Vegan peanut mochis

  1. Huge mochi fan here! I use Mochiko flour to make red bean mochi, but its texture gets too sticky. I end up getting mad at all the hot (just taken our of microwave) sticky flour on my fingers. Thanks for sharing this recipe! Peanut butter filling sounds good too.

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