This is a deep-fried tofu called inari that creates a pouch and is stuffed with a small block of mochi. You can enjoy this Mochi Inari by toasting, grilling or most commonly, simmering in a dashi broth. Delight your guests with a surprise bag of oozy melty goodness contained in the safety of a spongy pouch that has soaked up lots of yummy broth!
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This fried tofu ball is called “Ganmodoki” or “Ganmo.” “Kyo-Ganmo” is the smaller Kyoto-Style variety of Gonmadoki. This item contains black sesame seeds and finely chopped carrots. It is a often cooked in nimono (simmered dishes), such as oden.
Tonyu means “soy-milk” and this item is made with rich, high quality soy milk hence the name “Tonyu Steak.” Unlike regular Tofu, you don’t need to press the tofu to remove excess moisture to help it absorb the marinade. Enjoy this item by steaming, grilling and deep frying.