The machine can manufacture chewy filled mochi automatically and simply if the dough is made from steamed glutinous rice and the filling is placed in the appropriate hoppers. The mochi that is produced by a machine is of high quality, and each bite of it has both mochi and a savory filling. Since the encrusting and shaping machine can accommodate a wide variety of fillings—from peanut powder and sesame paste to bean paste and jam—it can quickly adapt to changes in consumer demand.
Altering the machine’s shutters creates patterned goods while switching out the dough hoppers yields plain colors. Items that are producible include not just those containing red bean paste, beef stuffing, or sesame paste but also products that are just simple.
In conclusion, the mochi machine is capable of producing dozens of different types of ethnic delicacies, including meat buns, steamed buns, maamoul, meat pies, pan-fried filled buns, mochi, and crystal dumplings, among others. Both their appearance and their flavor are comparable to those of handcrafted products.
Significant steps of making process in mochi machine
Throughout the process of making glutinous rice flour, the flour goes through a processing system that includes a flour separator and a filter in order to eliminate any lumps that may have accumulated during the course of the manufacturing process.
Filling / Forming
At this point in the process, the equipment is extremely important to the production of high-quality mochi. In order to make either filled or unfilled mochi, one must take the following steps: Putting steamed sticky rice dough into a forming machine allows it to manufacture mochi automatically by splitting the dough into little balls of the desired size and weight.
This method is used to make mochi that does not contain a filling. To make a filled mochi, first load the forming machine with steamed glutinous rice dough, then add the prepared filling. If you want your mochi to be thicker or thinner, the mochi wrapper or the filler, or both, can be made to suit your preference. After that, the machine will be able to produce filled mochi of consistent and high quality automatically.
A mechanism that can automatically refill the water supply is built into the steamer that is integrated into the manufacturing process. Because of the remarkable effectiveness of its heating system, it only takes fifteen to twenty minutes for the water in the cabinet to reach the boiling point, and a significant volume of steam is produced, which is distributed uniformly throughout the whole unit. This is a wise option for anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint.
Companies provide professional packaging machines for customers to use while they are packaging mochi. These machines are designed to improve productivity and speed up the delivery of finished goods to all distribution channels. Also, the company’s sales engineer would be happy to provide recommendations if you need help finding a suitable vegetable-cutting machine or seasoning mixer.