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Who doesnt love MOCHI ice cream. I know whenever I go to my local asian foods store I stock up on a box of the strawberry flavor and a box of the green tea flavor. The boxes only contain 6 and are pretty expensive so Im estatic that I found a recipe for a homemade alternative!!!
2 pints ice cream or sherbet, any flavor
2 cups mochiko flour
2 cups water
1 cup sugar
1 cup potato starch or cornstarch
Using a small scoop, form little balls of ice cream and place them on a wax-paper lined cookie sheet. Freeze them until very hard. The size of the ice cream balls will determine the eventual size of the mochi ice cream so try to make them on the smallish side (about 1 inch balls).
In a small pot, bring the water and sugar to a boil, stirring well. Remove from heat and whisk in the mochiko flour. Blend until smooth. Return over a medium-low flame and cook for about 7-10 minutes, stirring to prevent burning.
Sprinkle potato starch or cornstarch on a clean work surface. Pour on the hot mochi mixture. Allow to cool for about ten minutes. Pinch off a small amount of mochi and roll to form a ball. Then, flatten this ball with your palm. Place a frozen ice cream ball in the center and bring the edges of the mochi up and pinch to seal. Place this in a cupcake liner and return this ball to the freezer immediately. Continue with the rest of the mochi and ice cream balls. The yield will vary depending on the size you make.
You can flavor your mochi to complement the ice cream center, if you like. Add extracts--like vanilla, lemon, strawberry, almond--after the heating stage. You can tint the mochi with food coloring, too. Think holiday flavors like cranberry or pumpkin to customize your mochi ice cream.
Keep some mochi ice cream on hand for last minute guests. If you wrap the mochi ice cream in plastic wrap or store in an air-tight freezer container, it should last about one month. Check for freezer burn if you keep them longer.
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