TaiWani’s Bites: Yam Mochi


Taiwanese mochi which is a sticky rice cake often comes with bean paste fillings. Mochi was called “doushu” (bean rice cake) in early Taiwanese society but later became better known as “mochi” under the influence of the Japanese dessert “wagashi” during the Japanese colonial period. This treat is one of the representative delicacies of Taiwan’s aboriginal and Hakka cultures. This little snack has now went global and is loved by many including us!

Soft and chewy homemade taro mochi made with taro and glutinous rice flour and stuffed with homemade taro paste. Made completely from scratch, this Taiwanese inspired dessert tastes nutty, earthy and with a hint of vanilla! Taro is one of the most unique flavours out there, with its nutty and earthy hints. This homemade taro mochi recipe celebrates taro and maximises its flavour by using taro paste. The mochi shell had a chewy bite to it, whereas the filling is pillowy soft and sweet. This mochi is definitely chewy, soft, and super addicting!

One jar consists of 28-30 pieces. Net Weight around 800 gram.



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