Mochi Take Away And Tasting In A Lovely Park (Paris 3)
Take away in the shop and walking and tasting Carreau du Temple garden or place des Vosges.
Mochi : a delicious pastry from Japan
Do you know mochi ?
Mochi, pronounced "mow-chee", is an age-old food tradition in Japanese culture, which has also brought us miso and ramen. Today, mochi is offered all around the world and in many different forms. If you’ve always wondered what mochi is, how to make it, or where it first originated, we’ve compiled all of this information for you. Continue reading to learn more!
What Is Mochi? Traditional mochi is a Japanese dessert made of whole rice grains or glutinous rice that is beaten with a wooden mallet until it becomes a flexible paste. There are several types of mochi, which all contain differing ingredients.
Because mochi has such a soft, slightly gummy texture, it is considered a choking hazard if not eaten properly. Mochi needs to be chewed and not swallowed whole like many people do as they eat it for the first time.
We’ve listed out the various types of traditional mochi that you can add to your dessert menu.
There are different types of Mochi. The most commonly found type of mochi is called daifuki, which is round in shape and filled with a sweetened bean paste and served as a nice cold treat.
Come and taste to the shop for taking away. And we will go to place des Vosges to find space for tasting.
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