Tuesday, February 2, 2010


Dango-japanese foods, Japanese snack food,
Dango-japanese foods, Japanese snack food,

Dango is a Japanese cake shaped like a round little ball, and matured in a way steamed or boiled in water. Dango dough made from rice flour with water diulen or hot water. Kushidango is the name for a number of 3, 4, or 5 points Dango who stabbed into one with a puncture (Kushi) from bamboo. The number of grains in a single puncture Dango depends on the region in Japan.

Dango is a sweet made by adding sugar to the mixture, while Dango is not dipped in sweet sauce. Dango can also be eaten with a sprinkling of soy powder (kinako), inserted into the mitsumame (agar-agar is eaten with various canned fruit) or red bean paste is diluted with water. Apart from rice flour, Dango can also be made from flour or millet flour.