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  • Sherron Bull

    Daifuku Mochi (Sweet Rice Cake): Eating Japan by Valerie @ globetrotter diaries. Daifuku mochi most commonly comes filled with red bean paste, white bean paste, or sometimes a strawberry or other fruit with red bean paste. The soft, sticky rice is typically plain and so appears white and slightly transparent, or it’s colored (and flavored) with green tea powder or a touch of red food coloring.

  • Anne

    Sweet Rice Cake Filled With Red Bean Paste and Persimmons

  • Benjamin Wakeman-Smay

    Daifuku Mochi recipe with variations

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