Japanese How to Make Macha Kuzumochi (Japanese Sweet Recipe) 抹茶くず餅 作り方レシピ by admin May 30, 2018, 10:43 am 22 Comments AnkobeanbrowncookingFlourfoodjapaneseJellykinakokudzukuzumachaMochipasterecipesreds...soybeanstarchSweettoastedWagashi See more Previous article How To Make Salami Baskets Appetizer Recipe Next article Easy Italian Recipes – Pasta Alla Puttanesca 22 Comments Leave a Reply Yum Reply Look how young Francis is! Reply The cooking process looks similar to warabi mochi? Reply I must have missed this one when I first came out. I love Kuzumochi, or Mizumochi. My half American son loves Matcha flavor in anything. Arigatou!!! Reply Thank you chef. I love kudzu mochi, I will try to make it. Reply Does kudzu mochi mean semen? Reply This looks older than 2008. Anywho, I plan on making this since it should be fairly easy for me to find at my local Korean market. ;3 Reply … I've just realized I've been following Francis and Chef for 6 years!!!(@_@) … Why have I not seen this video before (o_O)? Reply Been looking for Kudzu powder haven't located any in stores near me might have to buy online but I look forward to making this. Reply Do we have to use lumpy rice flour can I just use regular rice flour? Reply American people call Kudzu "Japanese invader". It makes everything green. Even a desert. Many American people don't know Kudzu can be eaten. Kudzu is also useful for diet. I think Kudzu is good for Africa, too. Reply I love this channel ahh Reply It still turns out and taste good. Just more chewy than the one made from Kudzu 🙂 Reply Too bad there is no such thing as Kudzu Powder in my country 🙁 Reply 同じ作り方で練り胡麻を使うと「胡麻豆腐」ができますね。 Reply Kudzu and tapioca are two different plants, but you should be able to substitute tapioca power for kudzu powder. Please let us know how it turns out! 🙂 Reply i have a question… is the Kudzu powder also Tapioca flour? Reply おなかすいてきた。 Reply I've been watching these videos all day and have just realized that the dog is the narrator Reply this video doersn't work Reply Omg. Watching it transform in the pot was hypnotizing. Reply Well, I did some research and apparently the kudzu growing around here is edible and you can make starch out of the roots so I might try to find some not sprayed with pesticides and try drying the root and grinding it to a powder to try this recipe. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.