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  1. #1
    jtamanaha
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    Default Recipe...Pumpkin Mochi


    I have an interesting recipe from Hawaii for the holidays, or any time
    you would like to eat it.


    1 lb. plus 1/4 cup of Mochiko flour (Sweet Rice Flour usually found in
    Asian markets if not in your supermarket.)
    1 C. Sugar
    1 29 oz can solid packed pumpkin
    1 14oz can sweetened condensed milk (NOT evaporated milk)
    2 blocks butter melted
    4 eggs
    2 tsp. vanilla

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
    Mix all ingredients well and pour into a 9 by 13 or 9 by 17 inch pan.
    Bake for one hour if using smaller pan; 45 minutes if using larger pan.

    best to cut with a plastic knife so the mochi does not stick to the
    knife.


    Enjoy...
    Judy

    If you like it let me know because there are many types of baked
    mochi...custard, chocolate and others


  2. #2
    Poppy
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    Default Re: Recipe...Pumpkin Mochi


    This sounds interesting. Is it TNT? Are the "blocks of butter" the
    same as sticks of butter = 1/4 lb? I'm really thinking about trying
    this one. It's my newly awakened Asian Cooking interest. <g>



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, jtamanaha <jat.aiea@v...> wrote:
    > I have an interesting recipe from Hawaii for the holidays, or any
    time
    > you would like to eat it.
    >
    >
    > 1 lb. plus 1/4 cup of Mochiko flour (Sweet Rice Flour usually
    found in
    > Asian markets if not in your supermarket.)
    > 1 C. Sugar
    > 1 29 oz can solid packed pumpkin
    > 1 14oz can sweetened condensed milk (NOT evaporated milk)
    > 2 blocks butter melted
    > 4 eggs
    > 2 tsp. vanilla
    >
    > Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
    > Mix all ingredients well and pour into a 9 by 13 or 9 by 17 inch
    pan.
    > Bake for one hour if using smaller pan; 45 minutes if using larger
    pan.
    >
    > best to cut with a plastic knife so the mochi does not stick to the
    > knife.
    >
    > Enjoy...
    > Judy
    >
    > If you like it let me know because there are many types of baked
    > mochi...custard, chocolate and others


 

 

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