We hope you can enjoy your snack with a mouth-watering dessert that can help you provide both taste and health benefits.
Here, we have presented with that type of snack meal which has much capacity to happy you. It also includes daily nutrition and gluten-free ingredients necessary for your health.
The recipe is called traditional mochi, and we have shared the Milk Mochi Recipe ingredient, preparation methods, and benefits in this article.
So, follow our page and enjoy such kinds of amazing recipes made easily in your kitchen.
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Mochi of milk is a traditional yummy and super fun dessert mainly taken in breakfast and snacks. Various types of milk mochi are especially super addicting, chewy, and soft.
But, in this article, we have represented a different milk mochi named Taiwanese milk mochi. Taiwanese milk mochi is very hard to find in North America.
But there is no reason to worry because our guidelines help you prepare at home easily.
Milk mochi of Taiwan
There are many flavors and variations in Taiwanese mochi. But they all are common such as soft and chewy texture.
Our personal opinion is that you may use black sesame powder and grounded honey–roasted peanut powder for more flavors.
Many travelers visit Taiwan, especially in street food stalls, to take freshly homemade milk mochi. We shared it to cure all your cravings.
Make the mochi best
Patience is the most important way of making this mochi. It takes much time to be mixed and thick. Don’t rush when it begins solidifying, and it occurs fast. So don’t hope to overlook it.
You may want all flavors to be prepared mainly ahead of time. When your mochi is ready, pour the powder on the top and coat your milk with powder.
When mochi is prepared, cut it into bite sizes with chopsticks. We recommend not adding extra preservatives and eating within one or two days.
Milk Mochi Recipe
- Prep Time5 min
- Cook Time10 min
- Total Time15 min
- YieldMilk Mochi
- Serving Size2
- Energy126 cal
Ingredients of Milk Mochi Recipe
- ½ cup Tapioca starch
- 1 cup milk
- 3 tbsp. sugar
- 4 tbsp. sesame powder
Instructions for Milk Mochi Recipe
First, add tapioca starch, sugar, and milk to the pot. Mix them until they are smooth and clumped.
Mix 1 tbsp. sugar and sesame powder on the other plate and combine them.
Start the stove and turn it to medium-low speed. Now set the pot over the stove. Stir continuously until the milk is thick. It may take 5 to 7 minutes. Be patient in keeping your go.
Stirring with the spatula is especially recommended. The spatula helps milk the mixture into one piece thickened that you may want.
Now mochi is completely done. Directly pour it over some powder. Make the milk coated with that powder.
Cut that mochi with the chopsticks. Now serve and enjoy.
- Serving Size2
- Amount per serving
- % Daily Value*Standard DV
- Total Fat2.6 g78 g3.33%
- Saturated Fat2.1 g20 g10.5%
- Trans Fat0 g
- Polyunsaturated Fat0 g
- Monounsaturated Fat0 g
- Cholesterol2 mg300 mg0.67%
- Sodium9.2 mg2300 mg0.4%
- Total Carbohydrate25 g275 g9.09%
- Dietary Fiber0.2 g28 g0.71%
- Total Sugars17 g
- Added Sugars0 g50 g0%
- Sugar Alcohal0 g
- Protein1.3 g50 g2.6%
- Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol)- IU800 IU0%
- Calcium26 mg1300 mg2%
- Iron0.36 mg18 mg2%
- Potassium50 mg4700 mg1.06%
- Vitamin A- mcg900 mcg0%
- Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)- mg90 mg0%
- Vitamin E (Tocopherol)- IU33 IU0%
Pro tips to make the Milk Mochi Recipe more tastier
The people who can’t manage dairy milk have a great facility to use soy milk, which also has equal deliciousness.
Most milk mochis use flour of glutinous rice. But, in the traditional Taiwanese mochi, we found more taste and texture for using tapioca starch.
Besides, tapioca without saturated fat controls heart and diabetes disease. It is expected from cassava roots and is filled with minerals, calcium, and oxygen.
The Health Issues of Milk Mochi Recipe
The health benefit of this recipe is mainly included in its ingredients. Tapioca starch is the most important ingredient that helps your body and heart health.
Videlicet, calcium is one of the most important factors of tapioca that keeps people’s bones strong and prevents osteoporosis development.
The recipe also contains iron which helps oxygen transportation in the body. It provides insulin resistance and gluten-free products that control diabetes, heart, and digestive diseases.
With low – fat and cholesterol, it makes the best choice for the people who maintain sound health.
The pre-made mochi of store-bought is mostly not complete like freshly made at home. The homemade mochi is chewy and extra soft.
Besides, the packaged mochi brings a starchy taste, but you do not find it in homemade mochi. The homemade food gives you freshness from the stove, slight warming, and much satisfaction.
Soy milk is also useable and equally delicious as dairy milk. So, pass your time happily with homemade food that brings extra happiness.