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[recipe] Chi Chi Dango Mochi: "Chi Chi Dango was what I always remember it being called in Hawaii – small squares of colorful mochi, sometimes plain sometimes with strong fruit flavors. But plain ol’ pink Chi Chi Dango has always been a favorite of mine."

Ooey gooey dango (agar jelly) cubes! Perfect for relaxing with some warm green tea and a lengthy book ♥

Ono Butter Mochi "This recipe for mochi is an easy Hawaiian local-style treat made with coconut and butter in a rice flour base. A great dessert for any tropical themed party."

whaaaa? This is dangerous! // mochi {my favorite food to make} yum. go to Safeway/Dominick's/ Tom Thumb or Vons (depending on where you live) and get the Mochiko rice flour. the directions are on the box. best thing to ever eat!

I've never eaten Dango, but they look delicious! Just look at those colors!

Mochi is Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a short-grain japonica glutinous rice. The rice is pounded into paste and molded into the desired shape. It is very popular in Hawaii and comes in many flavors and shapes.

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I love kaki/persimmons, I love mochi, this is a perfect picture. Japanese sweets, Kaki mochi (persimmon mochi)

Chichi dango used to be something humbug to make.  It was traditionally prepared by steaming over hot water then cooled and cut into pieces.  At least that's what I remember from small kid time.  But sometime before I graduated from high school, baked chichi dango was introduced.  Baking was a way to nearly replicate steamed chichi dango with less effort, provided one had patience to wait at least ten hours for the pan to COMPLETELY COOL. I often make chichi dango for Japan

Mochi 餅 Mochi is Japanese rice cake made of mochigome or what we know as glutinous rice. Traditionally this rice cake is widely exchanged during the New Year in Japan but due to its popularity it is now available whole year round.