Hi baby Hey baby, what are you doing? Did you find something? Oh is that… crayfish? Here you go. While it’s still hot. Thank you, uncle. I’ll be back! Hey baby. I got some mochi! Alright shall we go? Alright. Hey guys! Every time I go to America
I get to try a new type of vegan burger and I find them absolutely delicious. So today I’m gonna try and make one myself. It’s definitely a different experience from both
normal beef burgers and the vegan burgers I’ve had. The homemade buns are mochi mochi
and the tofu meat texture is like chicken. It tastes great, and it’s pretty healthy so if you get a chance,
please give it a try. First, I’m gonna prepare the buns. Mix flour, salt, yeast, and water in a bowl. And knead it into dough. Let the dough rest for a few minutes. Then, knead the dough until the surface
becomes smooth and soft. Let it rest for about an hour at 30 to 35°C. Next I’m gonna prepare the tofu meat. Cut firm tofu into chunks. Put it and water back into the container
and freeze it. Defrost the tofu and squeeze it. It becomes like a sponge. You can just use pre-made soy meat instead
to skip this step. Take out the dough and press it down
to squeeze the gas out of it. Cut the dough into 5 – 6 pieces
and shape them into balls. Let them rest for about 15 minutes. Now, I’m going to let the tofu pieces soak
in soy sauce with garlic powder. Next place the dough in round baking molds. If you don’t have molds like this,
you can just use aluminum foil and shape it. Coat the inside of the molds with olive oil. Press the dough down and then let it rest
for about an hour at 30 to 35°C. When the dough rises, coat it with olive oil
and sprinkle some sesame seeds. Bake it for 15 minutes at 200°C. Next coat the tofu with potato starch
and deep-fry at 160°C for a few minutes. Now I’m gonna make imitation cheese out of mochi. You can use any texture of mochi
because we’re just going to melt it anyway. Chop the mochi into small pieces. Mix with soy milk and melt it on low heat. Blend cashew nuts into a powder. Add it, agar powder, and potato starch
in a bowl and mix them well. Then, mix with the mochi. Sprinkle some salt, lemon juice, and mustard. I added yellow food coloring to try to match
the image of a stereotypical cheeseburger, but you can skip this step. Next, I’m gonna make tofu mayonnaise. Blend soft tofu, olive oil, (mustard + sugar),
salt, and dill weed. Slice the buns in half. Prepare any ingredients you like for the burger. I have tomatoes, avocado, lettuce, red onion, pickles… soy meat, mochi cheese, and tofu mayo. The soy meat has a salty flavor So I recommend adding vegetables that are refreshing and light or citrus and sour to balance the flavors. Itadakimasu. This is actually really good. The soy meat texture is really close to actual chicken,
or like you know, meat. Well, I’m gonna enjoy eating the rest of it. Thank you for watching.
See you guys later. Bye!