hmfong
a year ago500+ Views
Hawaiian Eats: Butter Mochi
Chewy and dense, this Hawaiian treat (made with sweet rice flour, which gives the dessert its characteristic texture and also ensures that it's gluten-free) is a family favorite waiting to be discovered. Recipe here (butter mochi and custard mochi)!
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that looks like Chinese sweet rice cake where they eat during the New year? The rice cake can be baked, steamed and fried, has a sweet and chewy texture, wonder if they are the same? what are the ingredients I'm curious?
a year ago·Reply
@Animaniafreak It's pretty similar, though this one has a more pronounced butter flavor, and is slightly less dense than nian gao. I haven't made nian gao in years, but from what I remember, butter mochi is much easier to make! This one has sweet rice flour, milk, butter, sugar, vanilla, eggs and baking powder (sorry, I forgot to add the recipe link to the post earlier!).
a year ago·Reply
Oh wow, I hadn't even heard of this before. I'm going to try to make it this weekend!
a year ago·Reply
@danidee yay! let me know how it goes (:
a year ago·Reply
I SHALL. <3
a year ago·Reply
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