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Learn to make mochi with Kaori Becker, author of Mochi Magic and a cook specializing in Japanese cuisine. Growing up “hapa” (half-Japanese) in the Bay Area, she was drawn to her mother’s Japanese home cooking, especially sweets and baked goods. Together with her mother, Becker runs Kaori’s Kitchen, a Bay Area cooking school featuring popular mochi classes. Becker also co-owns The Mochi Shop in Columbus, Ohio.

Ingredients and Materials Needed to Make White Microwave Mochi filled with Strawberries and Red Bean or Nutella:
  • 1 lb box mochiko (available online or at Asian, Korean or Japanese grocery stores)
    -sweet red bean paste in bag (available online or at Asian, Korean or Japanese grocery store) OR Nutella instead of red bean paste
  • 5 fresh strawberries
  • 1 cup cornstarch
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • Large cutting board
  • Pastry brush (optional)

Good for Kids?: Yes!

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Mochi Magic

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Website: www.kaoriskitchen.com // www.mochimagicbook.com
Instagram: @kaoriskitchen // @the.mochi.shop
Facebook: @kaoriskitchn


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