Black Glutinous & Coconut Mochi Cake

I have to thank Sonia @ Nasi Lemak Lover for sharing the recipe. The original recipe was actually matcha flavour mochi cake but as my kids don't like matcha that much, so I have to switch this to some other flavour. Since there's still some leftover black glutinous rice flour from the previous recipe, so why not trying it in this. And here I go again.....

Ingredients :
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150gm glutinous rice flour
75gm black glutinous rice flour
2 large eggs
145gm sugar
85gm butter, melted
180gm light coconut milk/milk
1 tspn baking powder
1 tspn coconut extract
some cooked azuki red beans

Method :
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- beat eggs and sugar untill pale & fluffy.
- stir in milk, coconut extract and melted butter and mix well.
- fold in flour and baking powder and mix till well combined.
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- fill in cupcake paper cups about 3 quarter full, decorate with red beans.
- bake at 180'c for 20-25mins.

Oh yes, this is a highly recommended recipe by adding in coconut milk! My goodness, you won't believe how it was smell like. And when I took the first bite on it, I can't believe it myself either! It was so so so good. Just like having those black glutinous sweet soup with coconut milk. Just imagine that!

Mochi cake has a very unique texture. Guess, you have to try it yourself! hehe.... Enjoy & Happy Baking!

Comments

  1. I also like muffins baked with glutinous rice flour...but have yet got a chance to try black version. Sounds so much more nutritious and healthy.

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  2. Have never tried this but bet it is delicious. Interesting recipe especially with the coconut!

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  3. WOW! Very creative. Looks good and healthy.

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  4. Never knew that muffins can be made from glutinous rice flour. How unique.

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  5. I didn't either! The coconut looks awesome but what is the texture - is it stickier than normal muffins?

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  6. you are just creative, this look super yummy, must get some glutious rice flour to bake this.

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  7. Amazing - I learn so much here and get so very hungry.

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  8. I've never cooked with any kind of glutinous flour. Interesting recipe, Kristy. I do love coconut milk in just about everything!
    Love coming here to see what you're making!

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  9. Now, this is a version I really like.. with coconut milk.
    I might try this one day.. one day

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  10. I dont know where to get this glutinous rice flour. But the muffin looks splendid! What a beautiful color!

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  11. These would be perfect for my new healthier lifestyle, just the right amount of sweet with the punch of protein from the beans!

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  12. c'est très alléchant, j'aime beaucoup
    bonne journée

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  13. Sounds so good! I love how you describe everything right down to the smell! I think I can smell them now....sniff...sniff...:)

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  14. I have never seen anything like this before, though I've done some baking with glutinous rice. This looks really interesting. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  15. Yummie, love everything that contains glutinous rice...very creative :-)

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  16. Hello to all,

    Thank you very much for visiting and glad that you guys like this recipe as well. And not to forget to thank you for all your kind words. It's been a pleasure for having you here with me all the time.

    Have a fabulous day!

    Best regards,
    Kristy

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  17. I wonder how is the taste and texture compared to usual muffin...hmmm....

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  18. How interesting - I've never tried beans in my dessert. Looks like it turned out quite nicely though!

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  19. hi,kristy!you are very creative,as usually!your muffins have a delicious texture!

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  20. never used glutinous rice flour, kristi your cakes are so tempting, how can you resist coconut? I am waiting for you to open a bakery!

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  21. I am loving all your black sticky rice dessert! Very creative!

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  22. Can we use those canned 'Azuki' red beans, I really don't know where else to look for the raw one.

    The topping can substitute with nuts if we can't find the red bean? Btw, it looks real delicious!

    have a nice day!

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  23. Tigerfish : It tastes a little chewy and spongy comapare to those nrmal muffins.

    Chef : Thanks! I wonder you can get these rice flour from the Asian food market!

    Alison : Thank you, dear!

    Silvia : Hahaha... You got me!

    3HTummies : Thank you! I thought you should be quite familiar with the black glutinous rice flour recipes since you're from an Asian.

    Alice : I also used the canned one. Hassle free! Oh yes, you just add whatever you like. That's why so good about baking our own goodies. But I highly recommend red beans cause it goes really well with the black glutinous & coconut. You know, just like having the red bean black glutinous rice 'tong sui' which we used to cook at home!

    Thanks for visiting all and have a lovely day!

    Cheers,
    Kristy

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  24. c'est vraiment très très original !! Bravo

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  25. Must really KIV this recipe. Looks so good and you are very innovative!

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  26. 100% believe you that it's really, really good, Kristy! The texture looks so soft and delicious. I would love to try, hopefully as soon as possible :D

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  27. I also have never baked with black glutinous rice flour but by the looks of the nice tender crumbs in your photo it appears to be a great idea! Nice one, Kristy!

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  28. wow what a great idea turning mochi into muffins...I made mochi/daifuku recently and my kids devoured it, I'm sure they'll do the same with this..thanks :)

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  29. Colargol : Merci! Glad that you like it too.

    Cheah : I'm sure you'll like it!

    MaryMoh : Wish you luck in finding the black glutinous rice flour!

    Danielle : Thank you very much! Hope you can find some glutinous rice flour for this!

    Olive : Thanks alot! Hope you kids will like it.

    Thanks for visiting and have a fabulous day!

    Regards,
    Kristy

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  30. Simply deliicous...nice recipe..

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  31. These look glorious! I love the name too, one of my favorite desserts!

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  32. v creative, those muffins must b yummm!

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  33. I never tried any baking with glutinous flour! The texture looks so yummy. I hope you saved me one of these beauties!

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  34. Sarah : Thank you!

    Dee : Thanks alot!

    Aruna : Welcome to my humble little space and hope to hear from you more often.

    Reeni : You know you're always welcome!

    Thanks so much for stopping ladies and have a great weeekend!

    Regards,
    Kristy

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  35. Very interesting and unique recipe!

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