Here's a recipe by The Lazy Vegan Baker, give them a try!
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Check out what actress Alicia Silverstone has to say about our Mochi on her website TheKindLife.com . She has a recipe from her book using our mochi, click the image below to see this great post!
Here's an awesome recipe submitted by one of our customers Wynia.
Shred the Mochi and bake it for a gluten free pizza crust! Top it with tofu aioli, basil pesto, sundried tomatoes and mushrooms.
I start by grating the mochi (I use a Cuisinart) and covering the bottom of a greased pan. (I use coconut oil) And I recommend a denser covering than shown here:
Bake it until it’s golden and your preference for crunchiness. Then top it with whatever you like. I like the Tofu Aioli from PCC, their Vegan Basil Pesto, sundried tomatoes…
…and sautéed mushrooms for instance. Anything you like including pizza sauce and cheese if it pleases.
Thank you Wynia for submitting your recipe!
Here's an awesome recipe from lexieskitchen.com, Mochi Garlic Roll Puffs!
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Here's an awesome recipe by one of our customers, Mocheesi Sticks!
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Step 1: The Waffle Cut the Mochi into 1-1/2" squares and place in a hot lightly oiled waffle iron, leaving spaces between each piece. Close the waffle iron jaws. 20-30 seconds after the jaws touch, your Mochi Waffle is ready. You may need to leave it in a bit longer to achieve the desired level or crispness You may also use grated Mochi. Greate 1/2 package Mochi and spread evenly over waffle iron about 1/4" thick. Cook until waffle removes easily from iron..
Step 2: Adding the Pizza Toppings Top Mochi Waffle with toppings. Heat the prepared Mochi waffle pizza servings ina preheated 400 degree oven for 2-3 minutes or until the cheese melts. Serve and Enjoy!
Deep-Fry Mochi pieces in cooking oil for 5 minutes until they become golden brown. Dip in Ponzu Sauce.
Pronzu Sauce: In a bowl, whisk together the soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, lemon and lime juices, and ginger. Keep whisking until the sugar dissolves. Top with chives.
Cut Mochi into 1" squares and vegetable into pieces of similar shape. Skewer Mochi Pieces and vegetables, Deep-fry or Grill.