What are mochis, the Japanese dessert that triumphs at Mercadona (and now also at Lidl). Made with a variety of glutinous rice, they are very versatile. Mercadona presented this summer a new flavor, pistachio. Lidl has also released its own version with a range of 4 flavors.
Mochis Is The Japanese Dessert That Triumphs At Mercadona Mark1199. Daifuku mochi, better known in Spain as mochis, are a type of dessert that has made the leap from the New Year festivities in Japan to our tables. Made with a variety of glutinous rice, these sweets are characterized by their great adaptability to all kinds of shapes and flavors. Thus, in Spain they are succeeding in their supermarket ice cream version.
The Mercadona chain was one of the first to bring this Japanese dessert to the general public. It presented its range of flavors (mango and coconut) three years ago, which has received such acceptance that the company sells 26,000 daily packages of this dessert per day. In addition, this summer it has presented a new flavor, that of pistachio, of which it sells 8,300 packages a day. Mochis Is The Japanese Dessert That Triumphs At Mercadona Mark1199
Manufactured by the supplier Totaler Helados Estiu (Valencia), this product is sold in a package of 6 frozen units. Thus, the company recommends leaving it at room temperature for two to three minutes before serving. Its price is 2.65 euros.
This Japanese frenzy has led the supermarkets chain Lidl to present its own range of mochis, under the Gelatelli brand. Launched for this summer, it is made up of four flavors: chocolate, coconut, mango, and vanilla. Its price is 2.55 euros and six units also come.