IMG_7236i’m in love with mochiko these days… i love how the bakes sticks between my teeth
最近恋上白玉粉。。。就喜欢它那粘牙的口感
(๑・ω-)~♥”

Ingredients (makes 4)

A
60g glutinous rice flour
30g bread flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
20g caster sugar (can substitute with brown sugar)

B
15g vegetable oil
40g soy milk
1 egg

IMG_7235食材 (可做4个)

A
糯米粉 60克
面包粉 30克
泡打粉 1/2小匙
绵白糖 20克 (可用黑糖替代)

B
植物油 15克
豆浆 40克
鸡蛋 1颗

Directions/方法

IMG_7239– mix and sift ingredients A. add B into A
食材 A 混合过筛,加入 B

– beat batter with egg whisk till batter is no longer lump and flows down from whisk naturally
用打蛋器搅拌至均匀无颗粒,面糊自然流下

– cover batter with cling wrap and rest for 30 mins
面糊盖上保鲜膜静置30分钟

– grease and preheat waffle maker
预热松饼机,抹上少许无盐黄油

– spoon in batter, cover and allow waffle to cook
勺入面糊,盖上机器进行加热

– remove cooked waffles and serve immediately
加热完毕,打开松饼机取出完成的松饼即可品尝

Personal notes/温馨小贴士:

IMG_7243– i used organic coconut flower sugar instead of caster sugar
我用了有机椰子花糖替代绵白糖

– i used 90g grounded mochiko (i first grounded all my mochiko then measure out 90g) to replace glutinous rice flour and bread flour
我用了 90克磨碎的白玉粉替代糯米和面包粉 (注:白玉粉是大颗粒,所以我将其磨碎,然后舀出90克)

– cooking time for each waffle is 3 mins
各松饼用了3分钟就烤熟

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  • May Law (July 9, 2014)

    哇!你呀去到这么远还挂念这里, 够力了!哈哈哈。。

  • Mel (July 9, 2014)

    I love waffles for breakfast and for afternoon snack; if only I have the maker to make this.

  • Esther lau (July 9, 2014)

    I like to eat waffle. Maybe should consider buy a waffle maker.Yours look so crispy and yummy 🙂

  • kitchen flavours (July 9, 2014)

    Hi Victoria,
    Your waffles looks yummy! I have not eaten waffle for quite some time, and can almost smell the delicious aroma of your hot waffles! Wish I have one right now!

  • 婉婉下午茶 (July 10, 2014)

    好想咬上一大口!这个我真的好想试做,但是没模T_T

  • Grace (July 10, 2014)

    Wait till i purchase the waffle maker, would like to try this 😀

  • mosqkm (July 10, 2014)

    口感很特别呢!

  • Kelly Ng (July 10, 2014)

    Dear Veronica, when look at mochi, I have a question to you who has a very creative mind, do you know how to do those Korean Mochi puff from scratch instead of using premix. I tried to search from internet and the result not really what I want. So I was thinking maybe this is in one of your to do list and maybe you can make it first priority 😀

    • Victoria Bakes (July 10, 2014)

      Hello Kelly, how have u been? I have seen this super uber popular recipe around but haven\’t seen it from scratch really… I\’m not a fan of mixes but if I lay my hands on one of these, I will try to make out the ingredients (as if I understand Korean… Hahahaha) in it and see if I can do something … I have made paleo bread using tapioca flour before.. It was pretty chewy but I doubt if it is the same texture … If u figured the ingredients, please let me know also! 😉 ! Have a blessed day

      • Kelly Ng (July 11, 2014)

        Dear Victorioa

        I am good ! Always nice to see your creation,always beautful like the ower ;D
        Well, I will wait for your aventure result 🙂
        Have a nice weekend ahead, cheers !

  • Veronica Ng (July 10, 2014)

    Thanks for sharing such a superb recipe. Your waffles looks absolutely divine.

  • Ying (July 13, 2014)

    Hi Victoria,

    These looks great!

  • aileen (August 5, 2014)

    你好棒

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