What's the best filling for daifuku?
i tried a green tea one....was not that great. lol
i don't think it was kept well though.
BQ: what's the difference between daifuku and mochi?
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Mochi is more like a rice cake(ddok in Korean)
Daifuku is similar but it has some filling. It means 'good luck'.
(Please note: I cheated by using Wikipedia.) XD LOL
A good filling might be sweet potato. Dunno though.Source(s): Not a fan or rice cakes or seaweed soup. Otherwise, I loooove all Asian foods. Yummy!
- 9 years ago
I can't imagine the green tea tasting very good! haha......how about strawberry? That is a good flavor for the spring season (when strawberries are plentiful and tasty.)
I don't think there is a difference between daifuku and mochi...maybe the type of bean paste used to make the cake? I could be very wrong. I have read that daifuku is a TYPE of mochi....but that doesn't really help, does it. : -)
Well, good luck with your tasty treats! Or should I say "great luck!"Source(s): I love Japanese food!
- Anonymous4 years ago
chocolate, peanut butter, strawberries, raspberries (fruit in general).