Tuesday, May 29, 2018


mochi - www.healthnote25.com

Mochi (Japanese: ; Hanzi: ( )) is a Japanese pastry made from sticky rice, crushed so soft and sticky, then formed into a round. In Japan, these cakes are often made and eaten during traditional mochitsuki festivals or Japanese New Year celebrations.

However, this type of cake is sold and can be obtained in pastry shops throughout the year. It has a distinctive flavor that is soft in the first time it is eaten, and gradually becomes sticky.