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YSK White Sesame Daifuku Red Bean Mochi, 100 g

Consume within 2 days

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Delivery to England, Wales, and Parts of Scotland only
£1.79

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A Japanese sweet treat.

Each bite of this white sesame daifuku red bean mochi dessert will leave you feeling like you are in the parks of Kyoto, watching the cherry blossom petals fall. Coated in a blanket of white sesame seeds, this treat is sure to please those who enjoy nutty flavours. As traditional as Japanese desserts come, this daifuku dessert consists of thick, chewy mochi rice cake filled with a sweet, slightly chunky azuki red bean paste.

ITEM ID: #12975

Background

Daifuku are, in many ways, the quintessential traditional Japanese dessert. Made from pounded mochi rice and sweetened azuki red bean paste, a perfect daifuku is a great example of what is valued most highly in many forms of Japanese art: taking something simple and mastering it to perfection. For more daifuku and other great Japanese desserts, visit Japan Centre's Dessert section.

How To Use

This item will be packed with cool gel in polystyrene boxes (poly boxes) and sent using a before noon Nominated Day Delivery. Please consume by the midnight of the Use By Date. Please store in the fridge and do not freeze.

Item Detail

Nutrition

Per 100g:
• Energy: 1027kJ/244kcal
• Fat: 2.9g
  (of which Saturates: 0.63g)
• Carbohydrate: 44g
  (of which Sugars: 12g)
• Protein: 5.0g
• Salt: 0.04g

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REVIEWS

2 reviews
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07-02-2018
Delicious.
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29-05-2018
I love Mochi put I thought I’d try the bean paste. I don’t like it in my opinion. Not for me