Tag: Glutinous Rice Flour

Klepon

Klepon

Have you ever tried Klepon? These Indonesian style glutinous rice balls are bound to start a party in your mouth. Imagine these pandan coconut mochi-like balls are bursting with palm sugar liquid when you take a bite.

Dango with Red Bean Paste

Dango with Red Bean Paste

Dango with Red Bean Paste is simply an easy little Japanese snack to make at home. Chewy and soft rice dumplings are skewered, charred, and topped with chunky red bean paste, creating a satisfying contrast texture in your mouth.

Strawberry Mochi

Strawberry Mochi

A little twist with the addition of  fresh juicy strawberry surprisingly adds refreshing flavor and crisp texture to the traditional daifuku mochi. Continue reading Strawberry Mochi

Mitarashi Dango

Mitarashi Dango

These irresistible Mitarashi Dango are the combination of soft and chewy rice dumplings skewers smothered in sweet and salty soy sauce glaze.

Red Bean Matcha Mochi with Kinako

Red Bean Matcha Mochi with Kinako

Bored with plain mochi? This recipe shows you how to make flavorful matcha-flavored mochi with red bean filling and dusted with kinako or roasted soybean flour with quick steam over the stovetop.

Red Bean Mochi with Kinako

Red Bean Mochi with Kinako

Sticky and chewy round mochi stuffed with sweet red bean paste and dusted with kinako four. This recipe shows you how to make irresistible Red Bean Mochi with Kinako at home with quick steam over the stovetop. Continue reading Red Bean Mochi with Kinako

Red Bean and Sesame Rice Cake

Red Bean and Sesame Rice Cake

Chinese New Year is coming and I already can see the streets decorated with vibrant red color. There is nothing better to start a new year with sweet treats. Although every household have different customs, I believe that desserts are necessary for a complete New 

Red Bean Porridge (Patjuk)

Red Bean Porridge (Patjuk)

The Dongzhi (冬至, Winter Solstice) Festival is coming next week on December 22, 2018. The festival is performed by Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans to celebrate the return of longer daylight hours and ultimately an increase of positive energy flowing in. As part of the festivities,