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Moon Man Mochi

Delicious Moon Man Kaya Jam flavored mochi. Perfect for snack and tea time.

Difficulty: medium
Duration: approximately 30 minutes


  1. 50 grams (2 oz) peeled split mung bean
  2. 5 tbsp Moon Man kaya jam of your choice
  3. 1 tbsp sugar
  4. 1 pinch of salt
  5. 1/4 cup of mochiko flour
  6. 6 tbsp water
  7. 1 tbsp sugar
  8. potato starch


  1. toasted sesame to coat the mochi


  • Wash the mung bean 4-5 times, and soak it in warm water for at least 4 hours.
  • Drain the mung bean and steam for 20 minutes, until you can mash it with the back of a spoon easily. If they're still hard, steam it for another 5-10 minutes.
  • Mix the mung bean with the kaya jam, 1 tbsp of sugar, and a pinch of salt while it's still warm, and run it in a food processor until it turns into a smooth dough.
  • Coat your hands with oil, divide the filling into 6, and forms balls. Cover the filling with plastic wrap and put them in the freezer.
  • To make the mochi skin, mix mochiko with the water, and 1 tbsp of sugar thoroughly. Cover with plastic wrap and microwave it on high heat for 2 minutes.
  • Carefully take it out of the microwave, and mix it up to make sure the mochi is cooked evenly. Cover it up, and microwave it again for another minute.
  • Carefully put the mochi on a surface covered with potato starch, and cover the mochi with it to stop it from sticking.
  • Divide the mochi into 6 even pieces. When it's safe to touch, form a round ball and press it with your hand to make a round flat shape.
  • Take out the filling from the freezer and cover each individual filling with the mochi skin. Pinch it to seal.
  • optional: you can wet the outer layer of the mochi, to make it sticky again, and roll it with toasted sesame if you want sesame-covered mochi.
  • If you want to keep the mochi for a long period of time, we recommend wrapping each mochi individually with plastic wrap and putting them in the freezer. When you want one, just taw to room temperature and enjoy.
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