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Saturday, January 5, 2013

How to Make Moffles (Mochi Waffles) - Video Recipe

Moffle (Mochi waffle) is a perfect dish to arrange your leftover Mochi (Japanese rice cakes) after New Year's day!!!

I won this Moffle maker years ago but I didn't have a chance to use it since my darling and I are not crazy about Mochi... we don't buy too many Mochi to spare.

But this year, I tried it because many of my viewers LOVE mochi. And surprisingly, I really loved it!!! Moffle is amazingly delicious. It is like chewy rice crackers :D


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvEsq8JhoYU

In this video, I will show you what kind of fillings go great with Moffles!!!



You can also use teflon coated waffle maker :)
If you are using non-teflon waffle maker, please brush the surface with melted butter or oil.

FYI:


((Plain Moffle (1 square Mochi) 164Kcal: 6min))
1. Turn ON the Moffle maker to warm up. It takes about 6 minutes (green light will light up).
2. Open and place 1 square Mochi in the center, then close.
3. At first, the upper iron doesn't meet the lower, so after 3 minutes, gently press until the upper iron meets the lower iron.
4. After the total of 6 minutes, open and serve with the toppings of your choice.

((Moffle Sandwich (4 slices Shabu-Shabu Mochi) 103Kcal: 4min))
1 bowl rice 252Kcal = 2 & 1/2 Moffle Sandwiches
1 toasted bread 267Kcal = 2 & 1/2 Moffle Sandwiches
1. Turn ON the Moffle maker to warm up. It takes about 6 minutes (green light will light up).
2. Open, place 2 slices of Shabu-Shabu Mochi, place the filling of your choice in the center (do not run over the sides), and place another 2 slices of Shabu-Shabu Mochi on top, then close.
3. At first, the upper iron doesn't meet the lower, so after 2 minutes, gently press until the upper iron meets the lower iron.
4. After the total of 4 minutes, Moffle sandwich is done.

*caution for the iron pan damage
do not brush soy sauce on the Mochi
do not cook Daifuku, Kinako-Mochi, or any Mochi with filling
please clean the pan when it gets dirty

Fillings I used:
- ham + cheese
- Shiso leaf + tuna Sashimi
- hamburger steak
- Kimchi + cheese
- Kinpira + cheese
- sweet chili shrimp
- chocolate
- red bean paste + chocolate

Other suggested fillings:
- Natto
- Sukiyaki
- salsa + cheese
- Korokke
- stir-fried green peppers
- Shiokara (salted fish guts)
- Mentaiko (seasoned cod roe)
- Anmitsu
- chocolate + ice cream
etc...

Moffles turn hard when cool but they still taste good within few hours :)

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6 comments:

Ice Pandora said...

I just saw this on your
Youtube channel, this
recipe is so yummy looking!
It's too bad my country
doesn't provide the
ingredients :c

xx

ochikeron san said...

oh, that was fast :D
i hope you can get the ingredients online or elsewhere.
those mochi i used are pretty popular and lasts long :)

!~♥Misa♚Durst♥~! said...

Hello Miss. I love your blog <3
This food what U give to us is so tasty. I cant wait when i cook this Moffles ;)

ochikeron san said...

thank you :)

suki pooki said...

Moffles is such a cute name for this dish! Will you be going to NY this year? I remember the last time you went! Oh what lv bag did you get? Was it a speedy or neverfull? You don't have to tell me if you feel uncomfortable but I'm just nosey haha Oh you are right about fukubukuro! I always get stuff I don't want to but this year Juge Etta had that really nice luggage, omg I want that luggage so bad lol

lizchewy said...

Moffles sounds delicious!! All the flavours that you made sounds so yummy~~ I think I need to get myself a waffle/moffle maker now ^-^

Liz
chewylove.blogspot.com

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