Chewy Rice Morsels in Sweet Peanut Powder

Preparation info
  • Makes

    8 to 10

    • Difficulty


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By Linda Anusasananan

Published 2012

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These soft, chewy rice morsels have a texture similar to Japanese mochi and are made in a similar manner: by pounding cooked glutinous rice into a smooth dough-like paste. The process can become messy and sticky. To make it easier and neater, place the cooked rice into a heavy-duty plastic freezer bag and pound until it has reduced to a paste. With the bag, you avoid touching the gluey rice. Then, use the bag like a pastry bag to squeeze out the rice paste, either in