Mochi are chewy Japanese rice cakes traditionally made by pounding a particularly sticky variety of Japanese rice known as mochigome until it resembles a dough. The following are the best known mochi foods: It’s like if mochi and flan had a baby that was baked in a 9×13 pan. Mochi is a common ingredient for Japanese dishes, desserts and confections. Custard mochi doesn’t look especially fancy, but it tastes so satisfying. Like with most mochi desserts, it’s chewy and dense and naturally gluten-free! See more ideas about Mochi, Japanese sweets and Asian desserts. To be honest, I don’t really know much about the origin of custard mochi. Mar 27, 2020 - Explore rachelwatson585's board "Mochi", followed by 397 people on Pinterest.
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