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How are you guys doing? Staying in? Ready to bake? Okay, technically, this rainbow mochi recipe is steamed and not baked. But I thought we could use a fun and bright treat during a gloomy time. This rainbow mochi is also naturally gluten free and vegan! For more quarantine baking ideas, check out the bakedinSeattle collaboration on instagram to see what my fellow PNW bakers are up to! My rainbow mochi is actually based on a treat called rainbow suama from the famous Little Tokyo LA mochi shop, Fugetsu-do.
What Is Mochi?
Try a deliciously sweet and chewy festival favourite with this easy three colour dango dumplings recipe. Cute and colourful, these sweet dumplings consist of sweetened rice flour and water made into a paste and moulded into bite-size balls. This traditional Japanese dessert is the perfect finishing touch to a Japanese-inspired afternoon tea. Cover the bowl you mixed your dango mixture in and microwave for 3 minutes. Using damp hands or alternatively a dampened pestle from a suribachi, knead the dough. Divide the dough into thirds.
It is often served with green tea. Dango is eaten year-round, but the different varieties are traditionally eaten in given seasons. Three to five dango are often served on a skewer. The many different varieties of dango are usually named after the various seasonings served on or with it. A hairstyle consisting of dango -like buns on either side of the head is sometimes known as odango. Dorodango is a Japanese art form in which earth and water are molded to create a delicate, shiny sphere, resembling a billiard ball. The character was introduced in October From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Dango disambiguation. This article needs additional citations for verification.