Daifuku a sweet treat from Japan. It means good luck and is popular as a souvenir and gift. Why is it not so difficult but requires a bit of patience? The dough is made from glutinous rice flour mixed with warm water. Stirred and then kneaded. Blended into cubes. Filled with red bean paste and various fresh fruits. The taste of soft dough and the taste of sweet red bean paste. Eat with sour fruit perfect match.


instant red bean paste450 gram, medium-sized strawberries,poles removed15 result, Roasted Tapioca Flour for a Soft Flour100 gram

Daifuku flour

glutinous rice flour240 gram, white sugar80 gram, water240 gramnecessary equipment Small powder rolling pin, pastry brush 


1 . Prepare the filling by red bean red bean paste made much of a pan coated with light meat. Red beans. Dried slightly. Stirring for about 5 – 6 minutes bowl and set aside to cool.

2. Make Daifuku by adding glutinous rice flour. Mix sugar and water with a spatula. Pour into a container and steam in the crate for about 15 minutes until the batter looks bright.

3. While steaming. Prepare to cover the strawberries with red bean paste. By scooping about 30 grams of red bean paste. Spreading it out into a flat round plate. Placing strawberries on top of the red bean. Gently cover the strawberries with the red bean paste. Place the covered strawberries on a plate with the pointed end upright.

4 . When the daifuku is finished. Turn off the heat and pour the daifuku dough into the prepared pan. Cut the dough into small cubes. Lightly spread the powder over your hands. Roll the daifuku dough with a rolling pin to make it thinner. Brush off any excess flour. Place the red bean-covered strawberry in the center of the batter. By putting the pointed side of the strawberries facing down. Turn it over and pull the daifuku dough to be smooth. And remove excess flour. Hold the edges of the dough together. (Try not to make the dough joints very smooth. because the dough will not stick together You can use your hands to touch a little water. (To make the pleats of the dough stick together more easily) Use a brush to brush off excess powder. arrange on a serving plate



  • You can make daifuku dough in the microwave by putting all the daifuku flour ingredients in a bowl, stirring, and covering with plastic wrap. Microwave at full power for 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally, 4-5 times, until the dough looks bright. (Every time you put it in the microwave, cover the dough bowl with plastic wrap to prevent the dough from drying out.)
  • Make soft batter by setting a coated pan over low heat. Put the tapioca flour in to roast for about 5 minutes. Pour the tapioca flour into the pan. Let it cool completely before using.