Rhapsody's Mochi is a traditional Japanese pasty rice cake. Mochi's sticky-chewy texture comes from the special glutinous (or sweet) rice variety used to make it. Mochi has a mild natural sweetness and is a very nourishing food. Enjoy it, as in Japan, as a delicious wholesome snack or addition to any meal.
The Welters family run Rhapsody Natural Foods and make their tempeh and mochi in small batches in Cabot.
Sliced & fried the slices in a pan, as others suggested. Ate with some maple syrup. The mochi pancakes were sticky & gooey inside. We thought it was a nice meal & would buy again.
Just tried these a la Jacqueline's idea. Yum. And slightly gooey. Seem to be able to go savory or sweet very nicely.
I love this mochi. I make little slices and fried them up in the pan. I add a little bit of maple of syrup. It's mochi pancakes!
Sooo happy to find mochi on the market again after Grainessence discontinued their product. Delicious and it's local!
The other day, I made waffles with this mochi. They came out very crispy and delicious! I never thought it would be so easy to make waffles :-).