Easy in 2 minutes microwave! Shingen mochi-style recipe for cut rice cake
|Material ( For 1 person )|
|Cut rice cake||1 piece|
|Black honey||1-2 tbsp (if you like)|
Introducing the arrangement recipe "Kirimochi Shingen Mochi-style" using mochi. The Shingen mochi, which you can enjoy with plenty of soybean flour and black honey, is delicious, isn't it? I tried to reproduce that taste! It is an addictive snack that you want to eat as many as you want.
Shingen mochi-style recipe for cut rice cake
● MaterialsClick here for what to prepare.
1 cut rice cake 2 tablespoons soybean flour
1 to 2 tablespoons of sugar, a little salt, a little black honey (if you like)
The point is to add "salt" to a pinch of soybean flour.
● How to makeMix the soybean flour, sugar and salt.
Cut the cut rice cake into bite-sized pieces (about 4 equal parts).
Put the cut rice cakes in a heat-resistant bowl so that they do not overlap, and add enough water (not included in the amount) to cover them.
Wrap and heat in a 600W microwave for 1 and a half to 2 minutes. When it becomes soft and soft, take it out.
Transfer the mochi to a bowl and sprinkle with kinako sugar. Add black honey to finish and it's done!
● What is the taste?It can't be delicious ...! Plenty of soybean flour wraps the fluffy rice cake fluffy, and the rich and fragrant sweetness of black honey is entwined with the trolley. The salt mixed in a little bit tightens the taste and does a really good job!
Of course, it's not exactly the same as the original Shingen mochi, but it's quite satisfying. The warm and fluffy mouthfeel and the gentle and simple taste unique to Japanese ingredients will heal your heart. By all means for a snack on a chilly day!