Mochi donuts are not typical doughnuts. They are a treat all their own. Slightly sweet, crispy, chewy and even a bit bouncy. They are made from glutinous rice flour, just like mochi, which gives these donuts their wonderful dense and chewy texture.
Bagels. Mmm. Make your own. You can eat them fresh out of the oven when they are at their crispiest, chewiest and softest, to which no store-bought bagel can even come close. And thanks to the use of yudane, these bagels will stay soft and chewy even as long as some of your commercially-made bagels, but without the added preservatives.
These hamburger buns are incredibly soft and fluffy, but still sturdy enough to hold your juiciest burger and all the fixings. They are delicious with a light milky flavor and an amazing aroma. (And they definitely beat store-bought hamburger buns by miles.)
These hotdog buns are soft and fluffy with a light crust and wonderful flavor. And the addition of tangzhong will help keep your hotdog buns soft and fluffy for days.
Banh mi is crispy and chewy on the outside, cottony soft and fluffy on the inside. Perfect. Plus, this recipe uses tangzhong - that magical secret ingredient often used in soft Asian breads. Tangzhong will help keep your bahn mi soft, fluffy and moist for days.