Pumpkin Spice Mochi Donuts
Aloha everyone, here is a simple recipe to get us through Pumpkin Spice Season (also pronounced- Fall). A great recipe that we did in our pajamas on a Sunday morning R&D day! ...Read more
Cookies and Cream Mochi Waffles
Aloha Everyone! Today we wanted make another simple recipe that would be awesome to do with the kids this weekend. It requires three ingredients, tastes like a cookies and cream pocky, and...Read more
3-Ingredient Pandan Mochi Waffle
Equipment Required Whisk If you don't have a hand mixer, a good stainless steel whisk is essential. Kitchen Scale or Tablespoon We highly recommend using a kitchen scale. Not only is it way more precise than volume measurements, the difference between the two can make or break a recipe. Stainless Steel Bowl If you don'Read more
Blueberry Mochi Donuts
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- Preheat the oven to 350F or 176C.
- Do not use convection bake.
- Remove mold from wrapping, and wash with dish soap and water.
- Give it a nice wash down
- Wipe with a clean paper towel until dry.
- Add ingredients to a bowl, and mix ingredients with a whisk until fully incorporated.
- Let rest and prepare molds.
- Molds are non-stick and do not need grease.
- Pour batter moving around the mold
- Use a piping bag, or ladle. Wipe batter if dripped onto molds!
Pandan Mochi Donuts
Aloha everyone, here is a simple recipe to try with the Manoa mochi donut molds. If you aren't familiar, Pandan is a plant that grows in tropical regions mostly in South and Southeast Asia. The leaves are used to give flavoring and color for desserts (mostly). Back home, I personally encounter these strategically placed pandan desserts in 3 places that undermine my attempts at dieting. At the grocery store in the refrigerated section, by the register of my favorite pho spot, and at Thanksgiving when an aunty brings a buko pandan jelly. This recipe is very reminiscent of pandan breads, but with a crisp, chewy, and share-able shape.Read more
Mochiko Chicken & Black Sesame Mochi Waffles
Aloha all! We are happy to announce our first savory recipe! Back home in Hawaii we have 3 main fried meat dishes when ordering plate lunch; Meat Jun, Chicken Katsu,...Read more
3-Ingredient Ube Mochi Pancakes
Back in Hawai'i whenever a friend would come visit, there would most likely be a stop by Yogurstory to try their Ube Pancakes (Image below for referrence). They were arguably...Read more