Chewy and delicious
Stick it straight in the oven. Bake for twice as long as package directions. Eat with savory OR sweet ingredients. Very chewy texture with crispy outside!
Best mochi I have eaten so far!
A great experience
It puffs up a bit after about 10 minutes in the oven at 350, but I ended up getting more success with a broil. Ultimately would recommend the old fashioned grill over a bintochan fire. This was my first time making yakimochi, and it was pretty good! The key is to not get it too hot that it crisps up before the inside is done, but not too evenly cooked that the inside gets too puffy all at once.