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How can I style anko-filled mochi? 2012/11/30 22:34
I want to make anko-filled mochi wagashi in the shapes of a peach, flower etc for a potluck. I found daifuku recipes but their dough feels very sticky and limp and hard to shape. I saw some videos of professionals making wagashi on youtube and their dough seems to be very sturdy like styling clay. How can I make my own wagashi dough easy to style and design into different shapes? I use shiratama-ko.
by Fuyumachi (guest)  

Re: How can I style anko-filled mochi? 2012/12/1 18:17
Fuyumachi,

their dough seems to be very sturdy like styling clay

It should be nerikiri, not kochi. Nerikiri is mixture of shire-an and gyuhi. I found a recipe.

http://kokonuggetyumyum.blogspot.jp/2006/12/nerikiri-recipe.html

Hope this helps.
by frog1954 rate this post as useful

Re: How can I style anko-filled mochi? 2012/12/2 09:27
Mochi is impossible to shape like peach, etc.What you saw on video is not mochi as mentioned above.
by Tokyonet (guest) rate this post as useful

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