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Friday, December 10, 2010

Kubota or Rice Cake

I am guessing that rice cake is kubota in Chinese or Japanese?  I am not sure but one thing that I am sure of is that this kubota  tastes so good.   It's a little pricey but I always buy  a pack or two every time we go to the oriental store in Pittsburgh.
It is very sticky and there is a sweet filling inside.  I  always nuke it in the microwave fr about 8 seconds and it's perfectly delicious!

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that a little bit of this
and a little dash of that
makes a sumptuous life...

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inday_adin said...

I have never had rice cake before mommy and I don't know how it taste like. I am sure it's good, but I sure would like to try some. Maybe next time we go to an Asian store I will look for one. :)

Adin B

I'm just the MOM said...

mmmmmm mochi! I miss that :)

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

We never see things like that here :-( Diane

spinninglovelydays said...

Those things are Japanese. Love them! I never thought to nuke them first though, so will try doing that. Thanks for the tip! :)

w0rkingAth0mE said...

i heard this in korean series but i don't know if this is similar, i hope to taste this one day.

Kayce said...

Wow! di ko pa na try to sis... mukhang masarap ah!

Mel Alarilla said...

Probably their kubota or rice cakes is their equivalent of our puto in different varieties. I would love to taste their rice cakes or kubota. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Mel Cole said...

Oi, I like that one Rose. They are so soft and oh so yummy. I let my BIL tasted those, but he did not eat it as a whole. lol.

☺lani☺ said...

Kubota is Japanese...much known as Mochi...yummy! be careul with the calories :)

kat said...

Taiwanese yan Rose hahahaha..joke..di ko alam pero mukhang masarap kasi may filling kamo at sticky hehehe

Belle said...

And I love it's color. I think it's similar to tikoy ng chinese. Sticky and with filling too. I usually picked the ube filled.

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

Masarap ba o bading? ma try nga yan minsan

Dhemz said...

never pa akong nakatikim nyan sis..it looks yummy though!

Lulu Post said...

i will like to try this one too! di naman gaanong mahal kaya dapat tikman hehehe

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