Gyuhi and Habutae Mochi – Mochi Sweets with Microwave

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Gyuhi and Habutae Mochi are very famous mochi sweets in Japan. It can be made in a microwave oven with glutinous rice flour available at Asian markets.

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Mochi with Glutinous Rice Flour

Using the same procedure, you can easily make gyuhi or habutae mochi, famous mochi sweets in Japan.

Sugar Keeps Texture

The reason why gyuhi and habutae mochi are still sticky even after they cool down is because of the added sugar. Dango sold in convenience stores in Japan have a sweet taste, and sugar is what keeps them chewy texture. For more information, please see this article.
Types of Rice Flour Overseas and Dango Dumpling Recipe
You can make Dango, Japanese rice dumplings by using rice flour and glutinous rice flour, which is sold at Asian markets.

Recipe

Gyuhi and Habutae Mochi – Famous Mochi Sweets with Microwave

Gyuhi and Habutae Mochi are very famous mochi sweets in Japan. It can be made in a microwave oven with glutinous rice flour available at Asian markets.
Prep Time0 mins
Cook Time15 mins
KeywordDessert
Servings50 g rice flour
INGREDIENTS
  • glutinous rice flour 50 g
  • white sugar 40 g
  • boiling water 100 g
  • potato starch
EQUIPMENT
Electronic scales
Heat-resistant container
Silicone spatula
Cutting board
Parchment paper
INSTRUCTIONS
Cooking
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