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The good old Japanese sweets "Mitarashi Dango" , Rilakkuma version! Enjoy the step-by-step instruction of how to create this cuteness.
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Keio Store, a supermarket chain operated by Keio Group (the same company which operates Keio Railways and Keio Department Store), is a familiar sight across Japan. As Keio Stores are commonly found in the suburbs and next to train stations, they are an accurate reflection of what the average Japanese person really buys at the supermarket. Let’s have a look at the sales data for 2017 to find out Japan’s top 10 instant noodles! Instant ramen are a staple for college students and those who…
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This recipe calls for freshly cooked rice. You can cook your rice in your rice cooker or pressure cooker. This is the most basic way to make Onigiri. You can also add egg, spam, tuna and/or your own flavorings and seasonings. Here's a video to show you how I made mine.
- 2 sheets Nori, roasted
- 2 tbsp Furikake
Baking & Spices
- 1 Kosher salt
- 1 Sesame seeds
- 1 Water
- 3 cups Cooked rice (freshly cooked and cooled just slightly*)
119 · 45 minutes · Make this delicious Japanese street snack at home! Mitarashi Dango is a traditional Japanese rice dumpling covered in a sweet soy glaze. #dango #japanesefood #ricedumplings #japanesestreetfood #riceballsrecipe | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com
- 2 tbsp Mirin
- 2 tbsp Soy sauce
Baking & Spices
- 2 tbsp Potato starch or cornstarch
- 3/4 cup Shiratamako
- 4 tbsp Sugar
- 2 cup Water
- 7 oz Dangoko (japanese rice dumpling flour) ((see notes))
- ⅔ cup joshinko (Japanese rice flour) ((see Notes))