Have you had water for dessert? Not sugared water, but a water "cake"?
It's this Japanese mochi that looks like a giant drop of water that we're talking about—you can even hold it with your bare hands.
Mizu Shingen Mochi is made of water, sugar, and agar which resembles a gelatin but has to be eaten immediately or else it will transform to water after 30 minutes. It is served with powdered roast soybeans and syrup.
What's more amazing is it's so easy to make! Surprise your family with this peculiar dessert by following the video recipe below:
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