Hey everyone, it’s John, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to make a distinctive dish, kinako mochi chocolate. One of my favorites food recipes. This time, I am going to make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.
Kinako Mochi Chocolate is one of the most well liked of recent trending meals in the world. It’s enjoyed by millions daily. It’s simple, it is quick, it tastes delicious. They are nice and they look wonderful. Kinako Mochi Chocolate is something which I have loved my whole life.
To begin with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients. You can cook kinako mochi chocolate using 9 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.
The ingredients needed to make Kinako Mochi Chocolate:
- Take For the gyuuhi (mochi):
- Prepare Shiratamako
- Take White sugar
- Take Trehalose
- Prepare Water
- Make ready for dusting Katakuriko
- Take For kinako chocolate:
- Get White Chocolate
- Take Kinako
Instructions to make Kinako Mochi Chocolate:
- Place the ingredients for gyuuhi (except for the water and katakuriko) in a heatproof bowl, and mix well with a whisk. Gently add the water and mix well.
- Loosely cover the heatproof bowl from Step 1 with plastic wrap, and microwave for a minute (at 700 W). Remove from the microwave, and mix with a spatula. Microwave for another 30 seconds, then mix again.
- Spread out the katakuriko in a tray and set the dough on top. Make the dough into a stick shape smaller than the mold diameter, and loosely cover the tray with plastic wrap.
- Place the finely chopped chocolate in a bowl, and warm up using a double boiler (a little under 60℃). Remove the melted chocolate from the double boiler. (The chocolate temperature should be about 45℃.)
- Strain the kinako through a tea strainer into the bowl from Step 4, and mix well with a spatula.
- Let the chocolate cool while stirring constantly, with the bottom of the bowl exposed to cold water (about 15℃). (The chocolate temperature should be about 25℃.)
- Warm up the chocolate again in a double boiler (about 35℃). (The chocolate temperature should be about 28 to 30℃.) Pour the chocolate into the molds about halfway up, and gently tap the molds a few times.
- *Store the remaining chocolate in a warm place and set aside. The bottom of the bowl should be barely touching the hot water underneath.
- Cut the stick from Step 3 with a pair of kitchen scissors (into appropriate thickness). Place the slices one by one in each mold from Step 7, and gently tap the molds again.
- Fill the molds with the remaining chocolate, covering the gyuuhi. Gently tap again… Store in a cold place to harden the chocolate.
- Chocolate shrinks slightly when hardened. Add more chocolate and let cool again if necessary.
- Scrape off excess chocolate from the molds with a spatula, and refrigerate for about 20 minutes. Take the chocolate out of the molds, and it’s done.
- I also made kinako mochi chocolate using milk chocolate at the request of my son.
- Please also try my matcha chocolateand sakura mochi chocolate. – – https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/170695-sakura-mochi-chocolate
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