Glutinous Rice Flour Muffins.

Glutinous Rice Flour Muffins You can cook Glutinous Rice Flour Muffins using 7 ingredients and 16 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Glutinous Rice Flour Muffins

  1. It’s 1 of Egg.
  2. You need 40 of to 50 grams Sugar.
  3. It’s 100 ml of Coconut milk.
  4. It’s 15 grams of Melted butter.
  5. Prepare 100 grams of ◎ Mochiko (see Step 9).
  6. You need 1/2 tsp of ◎ Baking powder.
  7. You need 1 of Salted sakura flowers, ama-natto (sweet beans), etc..

Glutinous Rice Flour Muffins step by step

  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C. Mix the ◎ dry ingredients and sift. Line the molds with paper. Place the butter in a small heatproof dish, and melt in the microwave. (Guide: about 1 minute at 500W).
  2. Beat the egg in a bowl, add the sugar, coconut milk, and melted butter in this order, and mix..
  3. Add ◎ to 2 in two batches, and mix. You can use a whisk..
  4. Pour the mixture uniformly into the molds, and smooth out the top. Add any toppings now. Put in the preheated oven and bake for approx. 30 minutes..
  5. When the surface is golden brown, they are done..
  6. Bonus: Here, I used salted sakura flowers that were lightly washed and squeezed, but you can also use ama-natto or other toppings you prefer..
  7. Bonus: Here is a cross-section..
  8. Bonus: Wrap to give as gifts. You can also wrap them tight in plastic wrap and freeze them in a freezer bag, etc. The muffin will be very soft and moist if you reheat it in a microwave..
  9. Bonus: The "rice flour" I used is shown on the left. It is available from online cookware stores. I've seen it sometimes at large supermarkets. Mochiko is the raw ingredient, so you might be able to substitute shiratamako (right). Grind the flour in a mortar, and sift it before using..
  10. Bonus: Here is a brown sugar (45 g) + walnut version. I baked it in a 15 cm square. The baking time and steps are the same. As a guide to the baking time, wait for the surface to become golden brown and crispy. It's best if there's a little spring when pressed..
  11. Bonus: I cut the version from Step 10 into a square. This is thinner, so the chewiness increases. I also recommend this..
  12. Bonus: I tried wrapping a piece in sakura leaf and plastic wrap, and warming it in the microwave to make a sakura-mochi (cherry blossom rice cake) type. It might go well if I added bean paste and topped it with a sakura petal!.
  13. When preparing with coconut milk powder: The finish might be slightly different depending on the product, but refer to this if you can't get coconut milk but have powder..
  14. Here, I used a product where I dissolved powder with 2 to 3 times hot water to make regular coconut milk. These instructions made a weak milk, so I substituted 60 g (8 tablespoons) powder dissolved in 4 tablespoons hot water about 60℃. This made exactly 100 ml..
  15. The coconut milk was substituted with the mixture made in step 13. The other measurements and steps are the same. If the mixture is too stiff and the dry ingredients are hard to mix, add about 1 tablespoon of milk. The consistency should be like shown in the photo..
  16. The recipe makes five 100 ml molds, but I added more mixture into the cups and baked them. The muffins expanded too much, but the taste and texture did not differ much. Here I used candied tropical fruit for the topping..