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What Is Mochi? How to Make Daifuku

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What Is Mochi? How to Make Daifuku
What Is Mochi? How to Make Daifuku
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In today's episode, Dan responds to a video request to learn about mochi, the Japanese pounded rice treat. He makes some from scratch and uses it to create the traditional sweet, Daifuku, or sweet red bean stuffed mochi. Today's sponsor is http:GrowlerMan.com---- What's This Food?! (WTF?!) is a daily cooking show, with a new episode posted every day of 2011. Learn more at http:danieldelaney.com Facebook - http:danieldelaney.comfacebook Twitter - http:twitter.comdanieldelaney Email Newsletter - http:eepurl.comcLA6Y
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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 :DIn 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: http:www.amazon.co.jps?_encoding=UTF8&camp=247&creative=7399&keywords=moffle&linkCode=ur2&qid=1362532327&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Amoffle%2Cp_lbr_brands_browse-bin%3A2388875051&rnid=2321255051&tag=shopping072-22((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 & 12 Moffle Sandwiches 1 toasted bread 267Kcal = 2 & 12 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 dirtyFillings I used: - ham + cheese - Shiso leaf + tuna Sashimi - hamburger steak - Kimchi + cheese - Kinpira + cheese - sweet chili shrimp - chocolate - red bean paste + chocolateOther 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 :)↓レシピ(日本語) http:www.cooklabo.blogspot.jp201301blog-post.htmlMusic by Josh Woodward Sundown (Instrumental) http:www.joshwoodward.com http:www.youtube.comjoshwoodwardFYI (products I used in my videos): http:www.amazon.co.jplmR3VVDX7JZ5GYJE?_encoding=UTF8&camp=247&creative=7399&linkCode=ur2&tag=shopping072-22♥YOU TUBE♥ Please Subscribe :) http:www.youtube.comochikeron♥Facebook FAN PAGE♥ Please "Like" me :) http:www.facebook.comOchikeron♥Google+ FAN PAGE♥ Please +1 :) https:plus.google.com111926234494130917642♥Visit my Blog for more Recipes♥ http:createeathappy.blogspot.com♥My Recipe Posts in Japanese♥ http:cooklabo.blogspot.jp http:cookpad.comami http:www.lettuceclub.netmypagetoukou_top.html?user_code=00153826♥Follow me on twitter♥ http:twitter.comochikeron (English) http:twitter.comalohaforever (Japanese)♥Follow me on Instagram♥ http:instagram.comochikeron
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