Combine the dry rice flour, salt and sugar in a bowl.
Add the water and stir until it forms a smooth dough ball.
After some initial stirring, I covered my hands in dry rice flour and kneaded it outside the bowl until it was smooth.
Break some pieces off, roll them in your hand to make gnocchi shapes (ovals), roll them in some more rice flour to keep them from sticking and stored them on a plate as you go.
Bring a large pot of water to boil, sprinkle some salt in the water. While the water was coming to a boil, I dusted a ziplock bag with rice flour and put half of them in there and froze them for later. This is obviously not necessary, but there were too many for me and I love freezers.
Once the water is boiling, put in your mochi and stir.
KEEP AN EYE ON IT! They will only have to boil for 2-3 minutes, tops. As soon as they float to the top, they're done! Take 'em out promptly once they float or they'll be a bit mushier and not as fabulous.
Once those are boiled up nicely, throw some olive oil, veggies and lots of garlic in a pan and fry up with the mochi. I like 'em nice and browned.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. You did it!