Senbei – Japanese Rice Crackers #TwelveLoaves — A Shaggy Dough Story
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Okaki (Japanese rice crackers ) MIKIYA Co., Ltd.: Photo by Hideki Tazawa. I always call them "senbei." Either way they are delicious, I mean "oishii"!

Okaki (Japanese rice crackers ) MIKIYA Co., Ltd.: Photo by Hideki Tazawa. I always call them "senbei." Either way they are delicious, I mean "oishii"!

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Okaki - Japanese Rice Cracker Okaki are traditional Japanese rice crackers. Its a simple recipe to make okaki using blocks of mochi. ~K! trust me, these are savory and mild little crackers. Some will have a little peanut inside and others can be a little spicy. Love them in my lunches!

Okaki - Japanese Rice Cracker Okaki are traditional Japanese rice crackers. Its a simple recipe to make okaki using blocks of mochi. ~K! trust me, these are savory and mild little crackers. Some will have a little peanut inside and others can be a little spicy. Love them in my lunches!

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Senbei (Japanese rice crackers) come in a variety of shapes, sizes and flavours. Senbei can be salty, sweet or spicy and are flavoured with traditional ingredients such as soy sauce and nori.

Senbei (Japanese rice crackers) come in a variety of shapes, sizes and flavours. Senbei can be salty, sweet or spicy and are flavoured with traditional ingredients such as soy sauce and nori.

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Japanese rice crackers:  2/3 cup sweet rice flour (Mochiko)  ¼ cup cooked white rice  2 tablespoons plus ½ teaspoon salad oil  ½ teaspoon salt  5 tablespoons water  3 tablespoons honey  2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce  1 ½ tablespoons toasted sesame seeds  optional:

Japanese rice crackers: 2/3 cup sweet rice flour (Mochiko) ¼ cup cooked white rice 2 tablespoons plus ½ teaspoon salad oil ½ teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons water 3 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce 1 ½ tablespoons toasted sesame seeds optional:

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Japanese rice crackers flavored with furikake (nori seaweed & sesame seeds) -- yes, you can make them. I just did.

Japanese rice crackers flavored with furikake (nori seaweed & sesame seeds) -- yes, you can make them. I just did.

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