Hello, foodies! Do you miss going out to get your favourite snacks? Well, we’ve got a new recipe for you to try at home and it’s everyone’s favourite go-to snack at the night market – Muah Chee. Get your rice cooker now because that’s all you really need. That’s right, no oven needed!
Muah Chee (Mochi): Make This Delicious Crowd-Favourite Pasar Malam Snack Using A Rice Cooker
Muah chee is possibly everyone’s favourite snack. Chewy and sweet, it ticks all the boxes for an addictive treat. Now that you have some spare time at home, learn how to make this delicious snack using a rice cooker. Super quick and super yummy, check out our Muah Chee recipe below, tried and tested by Leslie Koh.
Here’s How To Make Muah Chee Using A Rice Cooker
- 2 cups rice four
- 2 cups water
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1 tsp sesame oil
- Crushed peanuts
- Some oil (to coat inside of rice cooker)
Part 1: Combining the ingredients
Step 1: Add 2 cups rice flour into a bowl.
Step 2: Then, add 2 cups water.
Step 3: Stir well and make sure there are no lumps in the mixture.
Step 4: Pour some oil onto a kitchen towel and coat the rice cooker pot with a thin layer of oil.
Tip: Make sure pot is fully coated with oil to prevent rice flour from sticking to the sides of the pot when cooking.
Part 2: Cooking the mixture
Step 5: Pour the mixture into the rice cooker pot.
Step 6: Press the ‘Start’ button, and let cook for three minutes.
Step 7: Then, gently stir the mixture and let cook for another three minutes.
Step 8: Let mixture form and continue stirring for another three minutes until sticky mixture starts to form.
Part 3: Forming muah chee dough
Step 9: Repeat step (8) until sticky dough forms.
Step 10: Add 1 tsp sesame oil and mix it with the muah chee dough.
Step 11: Cut muah chee in half to check if dough is cooked through.
Step 12: Pour crushed peanuts into a plate, add 1 tsp sugar and mix well.
Part 4: Coating muah chee with crushed peanuts
Wasn’t this recipe super easy to follow? All you need is some rice flour, water, peanuts, and you’re good to go! Do you miss eating muah chee from the night market? Well, don’t be sad anymore because you can now make this at home. Hoorah!
This recipe is originally from Leslie Koh.