Mochi is a traditional Japanese pastry made from sticky rice dough and filled with various ingredients. This pastry is very popular for its sweetness and is available in both savory and sweet versions.
Traditionally, mochi were eaten during a tea ceremony with matcha tea. Most often filled with anko, a very sweet red bean paste, it moderated the bitterness of the tea, creating the perfect balance of flavors beloved by Taiwanese and Japanese people.
Ingredients: maltose, taro paste (22,5%) (beans, taro, maltose, sugar, soybean oil), purple rice powder (12,8%), sugar, potato powder, preservative (E220), stabilizer (E471, E415) .
Nutrition value for 100g: energy value 1380kj/330kcal; fat 2,0g, of which saturated fat 0,6g; carbohydrates 76g, of which sugars 43g; protein 1,8g; salt 0,10g.
Net mass: 120g
Country of origin: Taiwan