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love it!!! family and friends look for it whenever we have parties. Thank you for sharing.

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kitay's kitchen December 12, 2009

Made it today, the batter is way too wet. When I fried the first one as a test, it turned out like a patty. Had to add about another cup of mochiko to be able to form a ball, which worked. The outcome was good, tasty and chewy in the inside. But my sister-in-laws was more hollow in the inside and light and airy (which is what I was trying to achieve... not dense like this.

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rravadilla January 17, 2009

You had the right concept, but this recipe is WAY too wet. Wet mochiko is not easy to form into a ball, and you should use your hands, not have to use spoons to form it. If it works for you congrats but it did not work for me. Use only enough coconut milk to make the dough crumble and fry at 375 degrees for a few minutes.

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mrparham2001 January 15, 2008

This is a good and easy treat for the family. Like the Chef mentioned here, some people do not like it sweet so my family eat these by themselves while still warm. Crunchy on the outside and gooey inside. Very satisfying. Thanks for posting!

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