Double Layered Texture, Rice Flour Grape Clafoutis


Pointers from Rie

  • This is delicious warm or cold, and with whip cream or ice cream.
  • The density of rice flour is heavy, so it sinks when baking and creates a two layered texture; creamy pudding-like top and a chewy [mochi or uirou like texture] bottom.
  • Rice flour does not have to be sifted and does not stick easily so it is easy to clean up after. It is recommended to use rice flour when cooking with children.

Ingredients [21 cm size container]

Grapes 1bunch [about 200-300 g]
Butter 20g
a)Rice flour
Vanilla extract

small amount
Milk 200cc
Mint suitable amount


  • Preheat the oven to 170 Celsius degrees.
  • Use grapes with skin that are edible. Take the seeds out of grapes.
  • Melt the butter either by warming something in a vessel placed in hot water or by microwaving for 30 seconds.
  • Lightly spread butter on a pan and sprinkle rice flour over.
  • Put a) in a bowl and mix, avoiding clumps.
  • Put 3) in 5) and mix. Then, add milk and mix.
  • Pour 6) in 4) and place 2) on top, then place it in the oven for 40 minutes at 170 Celsius degrees.
  • Once you let it cool slightly after baking, decorate with the mint. It is by preference and it is OK to eat it cold.

MOA Products Used

Powder rice, tea sugar, free-range fertilized egg, MOA delicious milk.
This recipe was published in the magazine “Paradise” No. 78 (Autumn 2019).