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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Sakura Mochi (Kansai-style) - Video Recipe

Sakura Mochi is Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) which is pink like Sakura (cherry blossom).


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8xdNGcAg5k

This video will show you how to make Kansai-style Sakura Mochi.

Kansai-style uses Domyoji powder (it is made of Mochi rice steamed, dried, and pounded very rough). The Mochi cake has rough and chewy texture. Anko is wrapped inside and covered with salty Sakura leaf. The leaf is edible but it is up to you (you can remove it).

Kanto-style has a pink crepe-like rice cake around the Anko.



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Sakura Mochi

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 30min
Number of servings: 10 pieces

Ingredients:
140g (5oz.) Domyoji powder
1 tbsp. sugar
200ml warm water
a bit of red food coloring
150g (5.3oz.) Koshian (sweet red bean paste without skins)
10 salt pickled Sakura leaves

Directions:
1. Soak salt pickled Sakura leaves in water for 30 minutes to remove the salty flavor. Then drain well with paper towel.
2. Roll Koshian into 10 balls (15g each).
3. Place warm water in a microwavable bowl. Add a bit of red food coloring till you get pastel pink. Add sugar and mix well. Then add Domyoji powder and mix again.
4. Cover with plastic wrap and microwave at 600 watts for 6 minutes. When it's done, leave in the microwave for 10 minutes to set.
5. Uncover and mix well. Place it in plastic wrap and shape into a log. Cut the log into 10 pieces.
6. Moisten your hands with water and flatten out the rice cake. Wrap the Anko and form the rice into a cylinder.
7. Wrap with Sakura leaves to finish.

If you don't have Domyoji powder, you can cook Mochi Rice and pound.

Anko (sweet red bean paste) from scratch video is HERE:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyE9a8gejHA

↓レシピ(日本語)
http://cooklabo.blogspot.jp/2016/04/2_12.html
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1 comment:

  1. How to keep the Sakura Mochi? As I want to make some ahead, but no idea how to store the Mochi and how long it can keep?

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