Sunday, April 26, 2020

Daikon Mochi (Japanese-style Chinese Turnip Cake 日式萝卜糕) | Japanese Cooking Video Recipe

Crisp outside, moist and chewy inside, coated with addictive sweet soy glaze, wrapped with Nori seaweed sheet, just like Isobeyaki 🍘 Mouthwatering 🤤

If you have tried my Imo Mochi (Potato Rice Cakes) recipe, this Daikon Mochi turns out a bit smaller with almost the same amount of ingredients. But don't worry it is because Daikon radish contains more water! Daikon Mochi is juicy and easier to eat than Imo Mochi. Kids ate well 😉 Please try both and see which one you like 👍

Daikon Mochi (Japanese-style Chinese Turnip Cake 日式萝卜糕)
Daikon Mochi (Japanese-style Chinese Turnip Cake 日式萝卜糕)

Imo Mochi (Potato Rice Cakes) recipe is HERE:


Daikon Mochi (Japanese-style Chinese Turnip Cake: Lo Bak Go 日式萝卜糕) Recipe

Difficulty: Easy
Time: 15 min
Number of servings: 8 pieces (1.2 inch circles)

300g (11oz.) Daikon radish
2 tbsp. Katakuriko (potato starch) or corn starch
2 tbsp. all purpose flour or rice flour will do
* 1 tbsp. sugar
* 1 tbsp. soy sauce
* 1 tbsp. Mirin (sweet Sake)
2 tbsp. cooking oil
1/2 Nori sheet

1. Mix the sauce. Cut Nori sheet into 8 strips.
2. Peel and grate Daikon radish. Strain and squeeze out the water just until you can form a shape with it (do not squeeze out too much water).
3. Add Katakuriko (potato starch) and all purpose flour, then knead by hand.
4. Divide it into 8 portions, then form them into flat round shapes.
5. Heat cooking oil in a frying pan, cook both sides until crisp golden brown.
6. Remove the excess oil with a paper towel. Stop the heat, then add the sauce and cook with the remaining heat until the sauce thickens. You can heat more if the sauce is still not thick.
7. Nicely coat the potato Mochi with sauce, then wrap with Nori.


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