Recipe by marisk
If you've had mochi before, this is not like the mochi you normally eat at New Years; it has a rich, slightly sweet, chocolate flavor. The mochiko powder can probably be found in the oriental section of your grocery store. A secretary in my office made this recipe; she got the recipe from one of those recipe cards you can get at the grocers. For the cocoa, the recipe says you can use Nestles ... I use Ghiradelli,
Top Review by myoungp
I made quite a bit of changes. First, I halved the recipe but used half a box of Mojiko sweet rice flour (8 oz, not 1 cup). I scaled most ingredients down in half, except that I used 3 tbsp cocoa for more chocolate flavor and only 1 tsp baking powder and 1 tsp vanilla extract. I added 2 tbsp heavy whipping cream to thin the mixture out a bit. I used 3/4 cups sugar plus 1 tbsp. I beat the mixture using a whisk for about 5 mins, may be that's why it's a little chewier than the butter moji I made from another recipe here. There's a mild coconut flavor from the coconut milk, which I might sub with milk/half-half/cream next time if I don't want coconut flavor.
- 2 cups mochiko sweet rice flour
- 1 3⁄4 cups sugar, granulated
- 3 tablespoons cocoa, ground
- 1 tablespoon baking soda
- 12 ounces evaporated milk
- 13 1⁄2 ounces coconut milk
- 1⁄4 cup butter, melted
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 1 1⁄2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
Directions See How It's Made
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
- In a large mixing bowl, sift together dry ingredients.
- In a separate bowl , combine wet ingredients.
- Add the dry mixture to the wet mixture in small amounts.
- Mix until until all ingredients are well combined.
- Pour mixture in a 9" x 13" buttered pan- will also fit in two 8"x8" pans.
- Bake for 1 hr.
- Test with toothpick - comes out clean when done.
- Let cool before cutting.
- Yield may differ according to the size of the pieces-- suggest cutting in squares or 1"x2" rectangles -- it is rich.