Introducing a recipe for mochi with a different look. "Butter soy sauce mochi", "Okonomiyaki style of mochi", and "Amazake shiruko".
Butter soy sauce rice cake recipe
Cut the rice cake sliced to half the thickness and bake it in butter. When it's cooked and browned, sprinkle a little soy sauce on it.
The crispy surface and the aroma of butter give it a mellow taste reminiscent of donuts. The inside is chewy, but because it is sliced thinly, it is crisp and easy to eat.
＞＞ Butter soy sauce rice cake recipe
Okonomiyaki-style rice cake recipe
A recipe that is perfect for a quick lunch. Simply layer rice cakes, cabbage, and pizza cheese and microwave. Finish with sauce and dried bonito flakes.
The elasticity of mochi, the crispness of cabbage, the taste of cheese, and the junk of sauce and mayonnaise are perfectly combined. It is also recommended to add corn or bacon if you like.
＞＞ Okonomiyaki-style recipe for mochi
Amazake Shiruko Recipe
Amazake shiruko made from canned red bean, amazake, and mochi. By using "rice koji" amazake without added sugar, the point is to finish it with less sugar than azuki-only oshiruko.
When you squeeze it into a bowl, add the browned mochi and it's done. The sweetness and aroma peculiar to amazake match with azuki beans, and it warms up from the core of the body.
＞＞ Amazake Shiruko Recipe
Three recipes that allow you to enjoy mochi with familiar ingredients. Feel free to give it a try.