They are called okaki or sembei, and there are other names. Japanese rice crackers have been widely exported and they now have fans all over the world. It’s possible to make yours.
You need dried mochi for this recipe. I guess it’s not so easy to find outside Japan If you can’t get them, just mochi rice blocks like this :
You can probably find some in most Asian stores.
Cut thin slices of mochi and let them dry in a room not too hot (it’s easy to find when you don’t heat your place in this season…). If you don’t see the difference :
Some are broken, they really look dryer. That took 3 days. That depends on weather. There are people that hang them outside, like these :
The advantage is the dried mochi can be kept a long…
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