It has been raining for the past two days, and people are too lazy to move. I dug out the sesame and mochi pre-mixed powder I bought at Yami a few months ago and arranged it. You can buy the one bag of pre-mixed flour (250 g) on Amazon, or on Yami.
One package has two bags inside, one bag makes about 10 mochi balls, so you can make 20 mochi balls with 2 bags.
The box is almost all in Korean. I translated it with a translator and found that the method is quite simple, novice-friendly, and Nice!, the method is as follows:
✨Take 1 egg and 90ml of milk into a bowl (💡It is best to keep it at room temperature), and beat it with an egg beater, I also added a little cooking oil here.
✨Pour one bag of pre-mixed flour (250 g) into the milk and egg mixture and stir with chopsticks or a silicone spatula. It is sticky at first, but the flour is absorbed gradually. Knead the dough by hand to a smooth dough.
✨ Divide the dough into 10 equal pieces, shape them into circles, and place them in the baking pan.
✨ Set the air fryer to 320°F, bake for 25 minutes, and let stand for about 5 minutes before removing.
It’s best when it’s just baked and lukewarm. The sesame-flavored skin is crunchy, but the inside is half-hollow. It’s a bit like Cantonese fried dumplings. The mochi is glutinous and stringy, not too sweet, just the right kind of sweetness.
If you can't finish the mochi balls at one time, store them in the refrigerator, and put them in the oven at 180°F for 10 minutes to warm up.
This sesame mochi ready-mixed powder contains two packs of ready-mixed powder in one box. One pack is used at a time. I usually keep one or two boxes at home. It is very convenient. good to eat.