20 Feb Vegan Matcha mochi 🍨
Vegan Matcha mochi
• 8 small scoops of vegan ice cream
• 160 grams (1 cup) sweet rice flour
• 50 grams of cane sugar
• 236 grams (1 cup) room temperature water
• potato starch or corn starch, for dusting & rolling
Prepare Mini Ice Cream Scoops. Scoop ice cream into silicon muffin cups and freeze them until you’re going to use wrap them in mochi. Alternatively, an empty egg carton lined with plastic wrap works great as well.
Make the Mochi Dough. In a microwave-safe bowl, combine 1 cup of sweet rice flour and sugar. Whisk to combine first, then add 1 cup of water and whisk until completely smooth. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap, poke a few holes on top, and microwave on high heat for 1 minute.
After 1 minute, use a wet spatula to mix up the dough. Repeat this two times with 1 more minute, then 30 more seconds (2 min 30 sec total). Turn the dough onto a work surface that’s been lined with parchment paper and heavily dusted with potato starch (or corn starch), and let cool for a little bit.
Roll out & Cut. Dust both the top of the mochi dough and the rolling pin liberally with flour, and roll the dough out into a large rectangle. Once rolled out, chill in the refrigerator for 25-35 minutes, or until cooled and firmed up. After cooling, use a round cutter (or a small bowl) to cut the rolled out dough into 10 cm (4 inch) diameter circles.
Wrap the Ice Cream. Note: Before wrapping mochi, be sure to have plastic wrap ready on the side. Dust off as much potato starch as possible with a pastry brush, then place a scoop right in the middle. Fold up the sides, stretching as necessary, until the ice cream is completely encased. (Place the remaining scoops back into the freezer while wrap each one up).
Then, quickly wrap up the mochi ice cream, twist the top relatively tight, and place it back into the muffin cup/egg carton to keep its shape.
To Finish. Freeze the mochi ice creams for at least 1 hour before enjoying. If left overnight, let them thaw for at least 10 minutes, otherwise they will be too frozen.
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