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Sato Kirimochi Mochi Japanese Rice Cake 400 Gram

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Penta-iodide intercalates between the starch molecules and stains amylose and amylopectin blue and red, respectively. This article will talk about what kirimochi is, a bit about its history, how to prepare it, and more. Fold the other half of the cut nori piece over the top of the mochi (the soy sauce glaze will help the nori "stick" to the kirimochi). Another Chinese Malaysian variant, loh mai chi is made with same ingredients but their fillings are filled with crushed peanuts. Immediately after frying, season Kakimochi with your favorite flavors: salt, soy sauce, Furikake, Shichimi Togarashi, or even curry powder!

Or, if you live in a Japanese American community, you may find community centers and churches that hold a mochitsuki in December to have fresh mochi for New Years day. You can also transfer the mochi into a large plastic freezer bag and use a rolling pin to roll the dough out into a large rectangular slab.

Simply crush a few pieces of kirimochi into small pieces and sprinkle over your favorite flavor of ice cream. These one-ingredient mochi waffles are definitely vegan (and gluten free), as the only ingredient is mochi rice. There are many different Japanese cooking gadgets that are created to cut the kirimochi into fun shapes, such as thin sheets or animal cutouts. To eat it, grill it in the toaster oven, microwave it, cook on a dry frying pan, or add it directly to hot soup. This mochi can be made either by pounding rice (you’ve all seen that viral video of mochi pounding in Japan, right?

Obviously, many people don’t love the idea of eating food that’s been sitting out in the open for days, and these days it’s common to find plastic kagami mochi molds when January gets close.The mochi flavors in our recipe are traditional but mochi can be enhanced with other interesting seasonings, such as ginger, ra-yu chile oil, togarashi red chile pepper, and sweet miso. Japanese farmers were known to consume mochi during the winter to increase their stamina, while samurai took mochi on their expeditions, as it was easy to carry and prepare. This type of mochi gets really dry (on purpose), because after the New Years celebrations you break or crack it open.

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