Mofo Gasy (pronounced muf gas), which means “Malagasy bread”, is a popular street food in 🇲🇬 Madagascar. It's a perfect breakfast snack and is often paired with coffee. This delicious treat is made from sweetened rice flour and traditionally cooked over charcoal in greased molds using a cast iron Aebleskiver. In the Coastal region it's made with coconut milk and is called mokary.
- Makes about 20-25 depending on the size of the aebleskiver
- Whole-wheat pastry Flour - ½ cup (or use all purpose flour)
- Cream of Rice or Rice rawa - ¼ cup+2 tbsp
- Instant yeast - ½ tsp
- Sugar - 2tbsp, divided use
- Lukewarm Water - ¾ cup
- Add 1 tsp sugar from the measured sugar to the warm water. Add yeast and mix.
- Cover the rest mixture and let it rest for 10 minutes or till the mixture becomes frothy.
- Mix plain flour, rice semolina, salt and sugar in a bowl.
- Add the vanilla extract, the yeast mixture, coconut milk and mix well.
- Cover the mixture and let it rest in a warm place for 1-1½ hours till it becomes nearly double the size and has fermented.
- Heat an aebleskiver pan over low heat.
- Brush the cavities with oil.
- Add some batter in each cavity till its full.
- Cover the pan and let the bread or pancake cook for 2-3minutes
- Take the lid off and turn each bread over and let cook till done.
- Remove from the cavity and place the mofo gasy in a plate.