I personally love the taste of matcha (and recently acquired a 1lb tub of it) so I wanted to put my own twist on this classic korea cookie and make it entirely matcha filled! The mesmerising mochi-pulls of these trendy cookie recipes have been popping up on my IG feed recently, and it seems like these Matcha Mochi Cookies are the most popular variant by far. I especially like it when they are bite-sized and multi-colored. Besides making a pretty picture, the mochi centre also gives each bite-sized cookie a satisfying chew. This recipe is a tried and true American version of mochi, what happens when you take your favourite chocolate chip cookie and mash it up with my favourite mochi. See more ideas about mochi, asian desserts, recipes. I previously made frozen yogurt ice pops with mochi, and now I’ve made delicious cookies with them.. These are similar to my Crispy, Chewy, Matcha Green Tea Cookies but with colorful chewy mochi treats baked right into the cookies. You simply have to look for Cheongwoo’s Chocolate Chip cookies with a surprise mochi filling in the middle. Add the pink water to the rice flour mixture and mix it well with a spoon. Since we won’t be able to go to Korea anytime soon, you can easily recreate these at the comfort of your home. Still, these take on soft cookies have been rediscovered by the baking side of the Internet and rendered in combinations aplenty, from a classic chocolate chip to an earthy, lush matcha. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are as essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. To make the cookie, whisk white sugar, brown sugar, and melted butter in a large bowl until well … Mochi cookies are not new by any means, given that they’re sold in cafés in Korea, and pre-packaged in Taiwan. Mochi cookies have really been taking off recently as more and more people start making them during these quarantine times. May 10, 2020 - Explore Millie Chan's board "Korean Mochi bread" on Pinterest. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. It's basically a chocolate chip cookie that happens to be made with rice flour, giving it a chewy, stretchy squidginess that I love. I recommend throwing in some white chocolate chips to complement the earthy bitterness of the matcha. Place 1 cup of sweet rice flour ( Mochiko powder), ¼ ts kosher salt, 1 tbs sugar in a microwave-safe bowl. Push the dough to the center of the bowl. In a bowl add a drop of pink food coloring to ¾ cup water and mix well. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. As you know, I love mochi. Mochi cookies are actually quite popular in Korea that you can easily buy these in their supermarkets!