5 Minute Coconut Mochi!!!!

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Introduction: 5 Minute Coconut Mochi!!!!

No bake! No cooking! Mochi in 5 minutes!!! This Japanese dessert is perfect for all occasions! You can also experiment with different flavors.

Step 1: Ingredients

-1/2 cup sweet rice flour -1 tablespoon (about 1/8 cup) sugar -1/2 cup water -1/4 cup unsweetened dessicated coconut -Some more unsweetened dessicated coconut for rolling

Step 2: Mixing

Combine the sweet rice flour and sugar. After evenly mixed, add water. It should be a little watery. Add the dessicated coconut. Mix thoroughly.

Step 3: Microwave

Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and microwave on high for 1 minute. Take it out of the microwave and flip mochi over (careful! It's hot!) Put it back in the microwave for 30 seconds. (Resulting mochi should be very sticky)

Step 4: Cooling (optional)

Mochi will be pretty hot. Let it cool. To speed up process, put it in the refrigerator.

Step 5: Roll in Coconut

Cut the mochi into bite-size little pieces (or however big you want them) Roll them around in the unsweetened dessicated coconut

Step 6: EATT!!! YUMMMM

EAT YOUR MOCHI!! It is super delicious and easy to make! Perfect for snacks, dessert, parties, or anything!!!!

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    Love it love it love it! I can't even express how much i love this recipe! I've used it many times and it is only now that I remembered to write a comment. Thanks again!

    This was great! I didn't have any coconut, but I instead added about a
    tablespoon of cocoa powder about an extra half-tablespoon of sugar to
    the mix. Once it cooled, I rolled it in more sweet rice flour with just a
    little bit of powdered sugar to help with the graininess of the flour.
    Straight powdered sugar is *way* too sweet, but the rice flour was a
    little too rough-textured by itself.

    Also, because I was careless
    with my plastic wrap and let it dip into the batter, I had to get a new
    piece for the second microwaving, as the original was near melting. All
    in all, my wife and I were both very impressed with it!

    Mochi is dense like a gummy bear, but soft and forgiving like a marshmallow.

    The end result should be pretty soft and chewy, but still solid, not runny. When you're preparing it, it will be pretty sticky

    What is the consistency of Mochi?