I made easy and delicious sakura mochi. Be sure to garnish with cherry blossom leaves and petals!It works great as a gift, too!
During the sakura season in spring, I always feel like eating sakura mochi. This time, I tried making Kanto-style sakura mochi.
If the frying pan is too hot when you add the batter, it will cook too quickly and harden.Adjust the heat to allow the batter to spread.If you don't have sakura petals for garnish, these look nice with pink mochi as well. In that case, add a little bit of red food coloring to the mix in Step 2.
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