Saturday, January 3, 2009

Black Sesame & Cheese Mochi Bead


13 comments:

Art of Eating said...

Yummy ! Very chewy looking

Happy Flour said...

Hi Art of Eating,

This is very nice, crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside.:)

ver said...

looks great! i missed those from panaderia at raffles city...

i'm new to your blog..may i know where can i get the recipe? ((:

Anonymous said...

hi,

possible to post the recipe for this?

thanks

Happy Flour said...

Hi ver and anonymous,

This is a premix flour which can be bought from Malaysia, the recipe comes with the packaging. I bought it from my friend.

Doris said...

How is the taste like? Similar to Aunty Yo's one. Now, Zhong Yong, the one that sold the mochi flour, no longer selling this flour.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Doris,

This is the same as Aunty Yo's one.

Stella said...

Hi,

may i know where can i get this from malaysia? any supermarkets?
would like to try. Looks so nice =)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Stella,

Sorry, I'm not sure. You can try any bakery mart or check out internet.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,

I have the premix. Do you mind sharing the methods and steps how to achieve such puffy mochi. Mine usually comes out flat after removing from the oven. When did you add in the eggs, water and oil?

Thanks

rgds
Hong Lian

Happy Flour said...

Hi Hong Lian,

I added everything into the mixer and beat together until smooth and sticky dough.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,

Did you beat on high speed and for how long? Did you use the top and bottom heat + fan mode to bake? Sorry for asking so many questions.

Thanks

rgds
Hong Lian

Happy Flour said...

Hi Hong Lian,

I beat the mixture at medium speed until smooth and sticky dough, should be about 10mins. I'm using top and bottom heating. I think maybe your premix is different from mine. You better followed the recipe provided.