Botamochi

ohagi (Japanese)

sweet rice, sweet red bean paste, sugar

Botamochi is a Japanese sweet made with sweet rice and sweet azuki (red bean) paste. They are made by soaking sweet rice for approximately six hours. The rice is then cooked, and a thick azuki paste is hand-packed around pre-formed balls of rice.

Created April 3, 2017 by: itisclaudio


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