Cat Chat episode 10: Got mochi?
What are you going to do with all that leftover mochi in your ‘fridge from New Year’s?
There’s only so much ozoni you can make.
Well, you’re in luck!
Our resident foodie Mari Taketa — who’s probably not eating mochi right now in Seoul — has some innovative ways to spice up that boring mochi, a traditional Japanese food served during New Year’s. (You’ll see mochi in ozoni soup, fried with shoyu or doused in kinako flour.)
According to Mari, all you’ll need is some goat cheese and jelly, peanut butter and — our favorite — Nutella.
Don’t believe me? Check out her twist on mochi on today’s Cat Chat.
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