4 easy recipes on how to make pandan mochi


Pandan is a flavorful delight akin to vanilla but nothing like it. It has an aroma so powerful that it rouses positive emotions. Pandan mochi is a scrumptious combination of pandan and mochi you’ll surely love. I have rounded up 4 recipes to get you started in making that delightful pandan mochi quickly and easily.


#1: Pandan mochi with green/mung bean filling


This recipe uses easy to find ingredients available from any Asian grocery stores but the author’s unique twist is the added bonus of being able to use different fillings such as delicious mung bean paste, ice cream and so much more. The taste is just amazing, bursting with sweetness.

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#2: Mochi dough with sesame/toasted coconut topping


This is a very simple recipe and can be done quickly. Engage your artistic soul and touch up your pandan mochi with sesame seeds or toasted coconut toppings. The end result is a colorful delight so tasty that you would want to make more the next time you serve it to your loved ones.

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#3: Mochi filled with sweetened Azuki bean paste and Pandan extract


This particular recipe is a highly customized recipe from the author’s experience. For the health conscious mochi lovers, this recipe is a must try as the author perfectly incorporated Green Tea in the mix. The result is a delightfully aromatic taste that is sure to hit your taste bud like a bomb.

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#4: Pure Pandan Mochi


This particular recipe is made for pandan lovers. Relatively easy to make and can be done quickly. Although a purely pandan mochi, for a unique twist, the author threw in mungbeans filling and the result is a guaranteed mochi lover’s delight. Try this recipe if you want mungbeans filling with the aromatic taste of pandan in your mochi.

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  1. Looks amazing, thanks. Can’t wait to try.

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