Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Strawberry & Grape Mochi Cake

I was trying to find a mochi bread recipe which do not require any premix, I did not find it, however I stumbled upon this blog - Kirbie's Cravings (what a lovely name) with this wonderful strawberry mochi cake recipe.

I halved the recipe as I have a small cake pan at home, also since never try a mochi cake b4, it'll be safer to bake a small cake just in case those at home do not enjoy it :p

I'll list the ingredients as the original and those I used in color & bracket.


450g Mochiko rice flour (225 g local glutinous rice flour)
240g butter (120g)
2 cups / 480g sugar (3/4 cup)
1 can / 340g evaporated milk (170 ml)
4 eggs (2 eggs)
2 tsp baking powder (1 tsp)
2 tsp vanilla (1 tsp)
2 cups fresh strawberries, cut into small cubes (1 cup fresh strawberries and green grapes)
  1. Cream the butter with sugar
  2. Mix in the evaporated milk to the butter/sugar mixture
  3. Mix eggs into mixture
  4. Mix in the rice flour, baking powder and vanilla
  5. Stir in the strawberries
  6. Pour mixture into a 9 x 13 pan
  7. Bake for approximately 1 hour at 180 (I bake for 45 minutes only)
  8. Let cake completely cool, allowing the mochi to set, before cutting and serving
This cake is soft and chewy (very Q as Taiwanese says :p) even after the next day, tasted milky too, the hint of strawberries & grapes really enhance the flavor, yum, definitely a keep recipe.


Lia Chen said...

This is so interesting Kel! I will keep the recipe :)

kel said...

Hope u'll like it too, Lia Chen.

HK Choo said...

This is indeed very interesting, shall attempt when free. Talking about mochi premix, where can we purchase it in KL?

Oh, and about mochi bread, which bakery sells it? I tried Sun Moulin 1U, was told they no longer selling it. :(

kel said...

Seriously I don know, HK, I didn't ask around for the premix or bread, that's the reason look see for recipe at the web. I didn't know Sun Moulin 1U was selling it, aiseh...

6p0111689463ef970c said...

I'm glad you liked the mochi cake!

HK Choo said...

Oh, re the Sun Moulin selling, I was just trying my luck there since I read Sun Moulin in Singapore carries it.

But I saw it sold at Lavender @ Pavilion and I bought one to try, it's Black Charcoal flavour.

javapot said...

tks for sharing this interesting recipe.

kel said...

Hi, Kirbie, welcome here and thanks for sharing this great recipe!

kel said...

HK, thanks 4 sharing where to get the mochi bread, will go hunt for it soon, will try to hunt for premix too, hope someone carry the product here.

kel said...

You r mostly welcome, Javapot!

HK Choo said...

You're welcome!

Hear from you then should you manage to locate the mochi premix, thanks ahead.