Peanut Mochi 花生麻薯


Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice pounded into paste and molded into shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki. While also eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is commonly sold and eaten during that time. Mochi is also a prominent snack in Hawaii and Taiwan. by wikipedia

  • 250 g Glutinous rice flour
  • 250 g Water
  • 120 g Sugar
  • 50 g Mazola corn oil
  • 100 g Dry roasted peanuts
  • 30 g Sugar
  1. Pulse the dry roasted peanuts in a blender until it resembles coarse crumbs. Pour into a bowl and mix with sugar. Set aside.
  2. Place the glutinous rice flour in the bowl of your stand mixer. Combine water and sugar in a medium saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce to a simmer and cook, stirring, until sugar is dissolved. Add in oil and stir to combine.
  3. Pour the liquid into the glutinous rice mixture and stir on the slow speed until all flour is incorporated. Increase the speed and stir until the rice dough is smooth. Transfer it into a bowl and steam over boiling water for about 10 minutes over high heat.
  4. Return the steamed rice mixture to the bowl of your mixture and beat until the mixture has cooled down. Pinch off tablespoon-size pieces and roll with prepared peanut mixture. To prevent sticking, wear a pair of plastic gloves and greased with some corn oil. Alternatively, place a teaspoon of the peanut mixture
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    in the center of pinched dough, fold the edge to seal the mochi and coat lightly with the peanut mixture.

60 comments:

Sarah Naveen 12/2/10 15:18

Wow!!! Superb!!!looks so cute and yummy!!!

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Divina Pe 12/2/10 15:31

Mochi, my favorite. Love it with peanuts too. :)

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Jagruti 12/2/10 15:32

Wow !!! really new and tempting dish...looks so cute and yummy...

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Pavithra 12/2/10 16:18

wow look so good and I love this.. we used to have this in singapore ... my fav one.. But i know how to make this now...Bookmarked.

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Tina 12/2/10 16:19

Its new to me...Looks cute and lovely....

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wenn 12/2/10 16:30

delicious! Happy CNY!

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Anncoo 12/2/10 16:33

I really love this...makes me mouth watering.
祝你和你的家人 - 一帆風順,二龍騰飛,三羊開泰,四季平安,五福臨門,六六大順, 七星高照,八方來財,九九同心,十全十美.

百事亨通! 千事吉祥!! 萬事如意

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wendyywy 12/2/10 16:43

Wah... in and out also got peanuts!!!
Yummy yummy!!!

The version from my hometown uses pandan juice for the mochi skin and it is covered in cooked flour. Once u bite into it, u will smell the pandan and wear flour lipstick :) I love the lipstick part

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My Little Space 12/2/10 16:45

Wow... yumm yumm yummm.... I love peanut mochi!

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Rachana Kothari 12/2/10 16:49

This dish is very new to me but must say it looks yummm!!!!

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A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine 12/2/10 16:55

Looks heavenly..love the peanut taste..

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Chef E 12/2/10 17:24

Thanks for reminding me that this is chinese new year! I have to take my friend laura a gift! I love this, have wanted to try it...you make it look so easy, so I guess I have to give it a go now...

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Priya 12/2/10 17:30

Truly delicious and divine..

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5 Star Foodie 12/2/10 17:44

Mmm ... Peanut mochi - sounds incredibly yummy!

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pigpigscorner 12/2/10 18:02

Yours look so loaded! yum yum!

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Heavenly Housewife 12/2/10 18:12

This looks so yummy! I love anything with peanuts. THe filling looks really tasty. I've never had mochi but now i want it.
*kisses* HH

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Claudia 12/2/10 18:14

This looks so inviting - all new to me which I love. Now, to scout out where to get the ignredients... I can find peanuts...

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Pink Panda 12/2/10 18:19

I LOVE MOCHI. Especially the ice cream ones at the supermarket. Next time I hit up an asian supermarket, I'll have to try this.

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Ivy 12/2/10 18:38

The cake looks scrumptious and mouthwatering.

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MaryMoh 12/2/10 18:50

These are my all time favourite....chewy and delicious. Love the sweet peanut filling and coating....mmm

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munchcrunchandsuch 12/2/10 19:05

oh so cute they are. it will be so nice to bite into those peanuts. awesome

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Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi 12/2/10 19:22

AHHH!! This is a fave of mine since childhood days!! We call it muaci here ... based on the Min Nan dialect! =)

祝您虎年快樂!年年有余!步步高升!

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Biren 12/2/10 19:30

I love these peanut mochis! Makes my mouth water just thinking about it!

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Cherine 12/2/10 19:37

This look delicious! I love the peanut filling!

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Hettar7 12/2/10 21:36

Wow. I love mochi! I've never made it before (I'm kind of intimidated by it), but this recipe looks really good. Thanks for sharing.

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Sook 12/2/10 22:02

I love mochi but never tried it with peanuts! That sounds great!

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ARUNA 12/2/10 22:50

Oh they r just lovely n tempting!

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Mausi 13/2/10 00:14

Wow, I didn't even know that you can make Mochi like that! It is amazing. I like Mochi and the combination with peanuts sounds awesome!
Looks great and I am sure it taste great!

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Cinnamon-Girl♥ 13/2/10 01:07

These are irresistible! Such heavenly little treats. I could pop about 20 in my mouth right now!

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ICook4Fun 13/2/10 01:31

I love this type of mochi! Wishing you and your family A Happy and Prosperous New Year. May the year of tiger brings you lots of happinesss, health and wealth.

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Bob 13/2/10 04:27

I've never seen those before, but they look great.

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Parita 13/2/10 04:50

New to me, looks very delicious!

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Peanutts 13/2/10 04:59

First time seeing this , have seen rice dumplings here but never wih a out side coating.

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3 hungry tummies 13/2/10 05:02

I want some! 恭喜發財!

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Donna-FFW 13/2/10 05:07

Ive never had this, but it sounds delicious and from all the raves you just got, I wish I could try it!

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sophia 13/2/10 06:23

Ooh, these are one of my favorite snacks ever! Love peanut mochis...so nice, and nutty and chewy!

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tracieMoo 13/2/10 07:50

mmmm~ looks like the muah chee sold here. It looks fab, Angie!

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Ho Ho Ho 13/2/10 08:23

Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and family...your Mochi looks yummy...

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Trissa 13/2/10 08:33

Great idea to wrap the peanuts around the mochi!

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petite nyonya 13/2/10 08:40

you're such a great baker, Angie!! Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and your family! have a joyful celebration!

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zurin 13/2/10 10:36

Wow !! that looks so yuMMMM!

happy Chinese New Year Angie and may u be blessed with many many more!!

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My Asian Kitchen 13/2/10 10:51

my favorite hawker stall snack!! Gong hei Fatt Choy to you and family!!

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KennyT 13/2/10 11:58

恭喜發財﹐祝Angie身體健康﹐青春相駐﹐食極唔肥

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Ju (The Little Teochew) 13/2/10 12:54

In Teochew, we call this Muah Chee. And it was my favourite childhood sweet. I love it! Happy New Year, Angie!

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Cooking-Gallery 13/2/10 15:20

I LOVE mochi. It's interesting to see how different people make mochi differently, but I think it's very helpful because we can learn new tricks from it. Happy Chinese New Year by the way:)! Unfortunately the people only celebrate Fasching here ;-).

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Katy ~ 13/2/10 16:53

I would love to make this for my mother; I know she would weep with happiness.

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Su-yin 13/2/10 17:16

I love how much peanuts you've put into these - yum! Gong Xi Fa Cai!

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wendyywy 13/2/10 18:09

Angie, I saw ur comment from A Full timed Housefly blog about ngaku.
Here's some pics of them on my blog
http://wendyinkk.blogspot.com/2010/01/arrowhead-chips-or-fried-ngaku.html

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Tuty 13/2/10 18:59

You've got me drooling over the close-up pictures. I like your method as well. Thanks for sharing.

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Bo 13/2/10 20:03

I hope you saved some for me!

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Food For Tots 14/2/10 03:11

祝你虎年龙精虎猛!万事如意!情人節快乐!

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theUngourmet 14/2/10 07:36

You always have the best stuff over here! This recipe looks really interesting, I would love to try it!!

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alwayswinner786 14/2/10 07:43

That look so soft and delicious!
I will surely try this.
Wish you A Very Happy Valentine's Day and CNY.

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Ellie 14/2/10 09:34

Lovely mochi! Have CNY to you!!

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Kitchen Butterfly 15/2/10 21:26

Looks yummy.......Never had Mochi! Happy Chinese New Year past

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Dee 16/2/10 19:55

I loved mochi the few times I have had it. Yummy! What a delightful sweet ending.

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Jennie 16/2/10 21:41

Angie, my husband and I had these when we were in Japan! After one bite, I fell in love! I can't wait to try this recipe!

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A Full-Timed Housefly 23/2/10 07:48

Oh my girl loves this , it is her favourite. I used to make this last time using the traditional method by hand , it is very tiring but very yummy.

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