I was given this packet of premix called Mochi Balls which is also called cheese balls! I did a search and saw many HK bloggers have tried it and roughly have an idea how it is. The preparation is relatively easy, rub in butter, add in egg and water and it gives you a piping texture. It was quite fun to pipe them out but I’m afraid I pipe them too small, it’s just one mouthful. I made 2 variations here – normal and green tea for the other half. The texture and taste is quite unusual, I personally do like it but not for my family members thou.
A little more on the texture, it’s like a bread yet chewy inside and has quite a cheesy taste. I’ve half a pack left and would be happy to pass on to those who are interested! The first to leave a comment will get it (limited to Singapore recipient).
is this like the sun moulin mochi bread?
hey! am i the first? looks yummy!!
Well, to bad I dont reside in Singapore. But very thoughtful of you though to share.
is it still available? or can i check with you whether did ur friend get this from?
Oh! this is interesting! thanks for sharing.
Hi octopusmum! I can’t recall how that taste like so can’t confirm if it’s the same!
Hi Phoebe! Yes .. u’re the one! Will email you.
Hi Linda, my fren bought it from Hong Kong.
Hi Anncoo, you’re welcome 🙂
me ! me! me!! I want it…
Elyn, you didn’t like it? I bought a pack too but I lost the recipe. 😦 can email the recipe for this. Wondering whether it is the same as Sun Moulin’s.
Ha ha Elyn, i guess i’m the last but i dont mind if you are willing to share the recipe…..
Mmm, these mochi balls look great! I’m so glad you tried them out. Yum!
Hi Edith, the recipe is 250g premix, 150g water, 83g butter, 25g egg. Rub butter into pre-mix, add in water & oil for mix well for 3 mins. Pipe out and bake for 15-20 mins @ 180 degrees!
this looks yummy! i try to make similiar things but i dont mange to do just that.
i finally gotten down to baking it last weekend…they turned out quite nice!! My family enjoyed it..any idea how I can get them? (apart from hk…)