Chewy Daikon Mochi Made in a Frying Pan

Chewy Daikon Mochi Made in a Frying Pan

This chewy and delicious daikon mochi is my family's favorite dish. You can easily make them in a frying pan.

Ingredients: 8 servings

Daikon radish
300 g
Green onions
2 slices
Sakura shrimp
1-2 tablespoons
Joshinko (or rice flour)
80 g
Chinese soup stock paste
1 teaspoon
a pinch
Sesame oil
to taste
to taste
Chunky ra-yu
to taste


1. Grate the daikon radish. Cut the green onions into thin round slices and finely chop the ham.
2. In a bowl, combine the grated daikon radish with the liquid and add the joshinko. Add the rest of the ingredients from Step 1, the sakura shirmp and salt. Add the Chinese soup stock paste and mix well.
3. Heat some oil in a frying pan, and ladle the batter from Step 2 into a pan. Spread the batter into a small coin-sized pancakes.
4. Cover with a lid and steam-fry over low to medium heat for 3-4 minutes. Turn over and steam-fry for another 2-3 minutes.
5. Remove the lid and drizzle sesame oil around the edges of the pan. Fry until golden brown and crispy.
6. If using large sakura shrimps, roughly chop. For small shrimp, use as-is.

Story Behind this Recipe

I wanted to use up daikon.