Rice cake filled with milk chocolate and green tea
Country of production:
The kirimochi (or mochi are rice cakes made of glutinous rice, or sweet rice. This is a food common in the japanese cuisine, and is often served to celebrate the new year.
The kirimochi are rice cakes and japanese that can be toasted in the oven and eaten with nori or sugar. The kirimochi are also a seal common to foods such as pasta or pizza and is an ingredient in many japanese cakes such as dango. These mochi are filled and are ready to be consumed.
Taiwan Mochi Museum
Maltose, the sugar, the filling of milk chocolate (palm oil, soybean oil, sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, lactose, emulsifier: E322, E471, flavourings, salt, vanilla powder), glutinous rice, thickener (E1442), trehalose, palm oil, green tea powder, emulsifier (E471), salt, potato starch, flavouring, preservative (E202)
Mode of storage:
A cool, dry place away from direct light