In a deep bowl, combine 120 grams of rice flour, 1 teaspoon of corn starch and two glasses of warm boiled water. From the resulting mixture, you need to knead a soft and elastic dough. Pinch off pieces of dough and roll into small balls. Flatten each ball, lay chocolate in the center of the cake and roll the ball again. Steam for 10 minutes, then roll hot uiro in sesame seeds or coconut.
How to cook wiro
Rice flour – 120 grams
Corn (or rice) starch – 1 teaspoon
Grated or crushed chocolate – 50 grams
Sesame (or coconut) – to taste
Powdered sugar – 30 grams
Water (warm boiled) – 4 tablespoons
Water – 2 cups
How to cook uiro
1. Combine flour with powdered sugar and starch, gradually adding warm boiled water, knead the dough. It should be soft and elastic. You can drop food coloring into the water for the dough – the dessert will be colored.
2. Pinch off pieces of dough, roll small balls out of it.
3. Flatten each ball, put chocolate in the center of the cake and roll the ball again. To make the ouiro different in shape, you can place the pieces of dough in silicone molds coated with vegetable oil on the inside, then carefully remove them.
How to cook ouiro in a saucepan
1. Boil 2 cups of water in a saucepan, place a colander (or a special perforated insert) on top, put the cooked uiro into it, close the lid. Cook for a couple of 10 minutes.
2. Roll the uiro while still hot in sesame seeds (or coconut flakes).
How to cook ouiro in a multicooker Put the
formed uiro into the multicooker bowl, set the steaming mode and cook for 15 minutes.
How to cook ouiro in a double boiler
Place ouiro in the steamer bowl and cook for 15 minutes.
Preparing the ouiro in the microwave
Place the shaped uiro in a microwave bowl and place in the oven for 7 minutes at 500 watts.
Uiro is a Japanese dessert made from rice flour, sugar, and water by steaming. The texture of the ouiro resembles marshmallow chewy lozenges.
Uiro is a type of Japanese wagashi dessert. These homemade sweets made from natural ingredients are traditionally prepared for the tea ceremony. Wagashi do not keep for a long time, so it is recommended to eat them immediately after preparation.
– The cost of products for making uiro according to this recipe is from 105 rubles. (average price in Moscow as of July 2019).