Easy Microwave-Made Soy Milk Warabi Mochi

Easy Microwave-Made Soy Milk Warabi Mochi

This is an easy recipe that doesn't require much thought.
Thick soy milk makes these dumplings creamy.
The brown sugar syrup and soy flour go together very well.

Ingredients: 4 servings

Bracken-Starch Dumpling Powder (Warabi Mochi Powder)
50 g
Soy milk
300 ml
30 g
120 ml
Brown Sugar Syrup
50 ml
Soybean Flour
20 g


1. In a heat-resistant glass bowl, whisk the dumpling powder and water. Then, add the soy milk and sugar. Mix well.
2. Microwave at 550 W for 2 minutes, stir with a whisk. Next, microwave for 1 minute, stir, and repeat 3 times. (Total microwaved time is 5 minutes) As you stir, the edges will thicken and the whole thing will become a sticky, paste-like texture. Continue mixing well.
3. Use a rubber spatula to scoop Step 2 into a bowl with a little bit of water, and use your hand to tear into bite-sized pieces. Place in a colander and change the water, add ice, and chill.
4. Strain the water with a colander.
5. Serve in a dish, top with brown sugar syrup and soybean flour, and they're finished.

Story Behind this Recipe

Last year, one of my coworkers told me how delicious soy milk warabi mochi is. I made my own original recipe using a microwave. I also thought of many different flavor profiles to go with it and when I tried brown sugar syrup and soybean flour, the flavor was a big success!