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Rilakkuma New Year Mochi

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$5 USD   $1 USD

Ever wondered about some of Japanese New Year traditions? Now you can experience one tradition with this adorable Rilakkuma New Year Mochi. This item not only makes a cute decoration but it's also edible. Best of all, after eating the mochi, you are left with a cute Rilakkuma mini-figure. To enjoy the mochis, just toast them in a toaster oven for 2-3 minutes or use a non-stick frying pan to bake them. Once the mochis puff up or have a slightly brown color to them they are done! Add a dab of soy sauce or any other condiment that goes well with rice to enjoy! Mochis have an extremely chewy and glutinous texture so remember to take small bites to prevent choking on them! Even if you don't intend to eat the mochis, this New Year Rilakkuma item makes for a super adorable decoration that you'll want to put on display for all to see!

Please note, best before date for this item is April 2017.

Weight: 87g
Manufacturer: Kimura foods

Availability: Sold Out

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Camille T.
Nice with maple syrup - but be sure to cook it!

The mochi in this adorable little package is dried, and so needs to be rehydrated before eating (or it will taste like a wax crayon). Break the mochi on the 4 score lines and place on a baking sheet. You will get a total of eight pieces. The mochi will swell up so make sure the pieces are well separated. Preheat the oven to 425 and bake 8-12 minutes, or until the mochi is puffy and golden. Eat with a dip such as soy sauce or ponzu; also nice with a sweet such as jam or syrup. Would also be nice in soup. I dock a point because it is a bit expensive for what it is, because it is a seasonal item, though, it is very cute, and another point because the packaging diagrams imply you can just eat it as it is. Learn from my experience: cook it first, heh! Also, if the bear was a cellphone strap or a charm, it would be useful. I used the packaging to make a scarf for the bear that I could use to attach it to my window pull, but if it was designed that way to begin with it would be a much nicer item overall.