8 Japanese Daifuku and their Facts

Daifuku was originally called “Habutai Mochi” because it used to fill the belly. The name was further changed to “Daifuku Mochi” and was being considered to bring good luck. It was only after the 18th century that Daifuku became popular and people had it in roasted form. Daifuku is a popular Japanese sweet which is in the form of a round rice cake filled with red bean paste and tastes sweet. These come in white, light green and light pink color. They are mainly of two sizes: 1 inch Daifuku and palm sized Daifuku. These are covered with potato starch … Continue reading 8 Japanese Daifuku and their Facts