Milk waste mochi recipe --Easy with milk + potato starch! Elegant sweetness of soybean flour and black honey [milk consumption]
|Material ( For 2-3 people )|
|milk||150ml (5.07us fl oz)|
|potato starch||3 tbsp|
|Black honey||Appropriate amount|
A recipe for milk scraps made from milk and potato starch. The result is a simple and elegant taste.
Milk kuzumochi recipe
Ingredients for milk scraps・ Milk 150ml (5.07us fl oz)
・ 3 tablespoons of potato starch
・ 2 tablespoons of soybean flour
・ Appropriate amount of black honey
How to make milk kuzumochi1. 1. Put milk and potato starch in a pan and mix.
2. Heat on low heat and mix with a wooden spatula. Turn off the heat when it becomes a lump.
3. 3. Spread the soybean flour on a large plate or bat, and use a spoon to tear the resulting milk scraps into bite-sized pieces. Sprinkle the soybean flour evenly.
Four. Serve in a bowl and sprinkle with black honey.
The pure white milk kuzumochi has a soft texture with a plump texture. You can enjoy a refreshing and elegant sweetness by combining it with plenty of soybean flour and black honey. Black honey can be replaced with honey or maple syrup. If you are a sweet tooth, sprinkle with "kinako + sugar" and then sprinkle with black honey to increase your satisfaction.
A simple recipe for milk scraps that can be made in an easy-to-eat amount and is also useful for milk consumption and potato starch consumption. Why not add it to your repertoire of snacks to enjoy at home?
After making milk kuzumochi, pots and spatulas tend to become sticky. Soak it in boiling water for a while to soothe the dirt, and the washing will be smooth.