Imagine a harmonious combination of velvety ice cream wrapped in a sweetened rice morsel, all resulting in a delectable bite-sized, one and a quarter ounce, a ball of pure happiness.
Originally, mochi is a Japanese confection made of glutinous rice and traditionally eaten during the Japanese New Year. Mochi ice cream is a small ice cream ball wrapped with a soft rice paste skin on the outside. It is then dusted with corn starch. One of the originalities of this mochi delicacy is the chewiness of the delectable rice paste. Due to the complex interaction between the ingredients, the production of those delicious mochi balls is sensitive that’s why it is considered as a sweet delicatessen.