They're made using a unique sweet red been paste called azuki an and they're official name is Ichigo Daifuku.
Strawberries are first coated in the azuki an before they're covered in mochi, a glutinous rice flour also known as tepung ketan in Indonesia and shiratamako in Japan.
The finished dessert look like white snow balls filled with deep red colors from the strawberry and azuki an - they may not officially be Christmas treats but what a nice way to add a little variety to the table.
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