To bring back the ideal texture, Ohagi should be reheated gently in the microwave to warm or room temperature for you to enjoy.
5 Tips to Make Ohagi Botamochi 1.
Partially Pound the Rice One of the unique features of Ohagi Botamochi is the noticeable rice texture when you bite into it.
All you need is Japanese glutinous rice please, use a short-grain variety , Japanese short-grain rice, and red bean paste.
How to Make Ohagi Botamochi Unlike some mochi recipes on my blog that require hard-to-find rice flours, this Ohagi Botamochi recipe is rather simple.
Pound the rice — Partially pound the cooked rice.