But this time, thanks to YouTube postings, and gaining some understandings on the frying tips, I think I got it.
But first, the recent testing of a floppy gooey tasty rice balls, then, the real nice looking ones below it.
1 small can of beans of your choice - 6 oz I used black beans.
1/4 C Sugar
* 1 tsp of filling per ball.
DOUGH - Mix the following ingredients and KNEAD with floured (rice flour) hands.
2/3 C Hot Water
1/2 C Light Brown Sugar
2 Cup Glutinous Rice Flour
for Coating Rice Balls:
1/2 C Sesame Seed
*depending on the size of your frying pot, enough oil to cover rice balls.
Min. 4 Cups cooking oil - I prefer Avocado Oil.
Fry at 325'F - 350'F for 10 min. * Constant visual check, please.
Cook a can of black bean over low heat with sugar - mash and cook until the beans are dry.
This step is very important to keep the rice balls from exploding while frying.
Make sure to enclose the filling completely and round the ball until there is no visible seam.
Caught one expanding unevenly. Remove it immediately.