Shiro Goma Daifuku Mochi Rice Cake 100g
Those Shiro Goma Daifuku Mochi are so pleasantly tasty. Daifuku (or Daifuku Mochi) are probably one of the most famous Japanese sweets (wagashi). They are small rice cakes filled with an (red bean paste made from adzuki beans).
Mochi are eaten all year round and are usually served as a snack with green tea, especially the round glutinous rice balls are traditionally served at New Year. They come in many varieties, shapes and colors, with a variety of fillings - Daifuku Mochi is just one of them.
- Item is frozen and will slowly thaw on the delivery way. You can store it in the fridge for another 4 days or consume it. Don't freeze again.
- Size: 100g
- Ingredients: water, bran flour (25%), sugar, adzuki beans (11%), starch syrup, white sesame (2%), *trehalose, enzyme (contains wheat, soybeans), table salt, emulsifier: E472B, milk protein, modified starch.
- Origin: Japan