Okaki (Japanese rice crackers ) MIKIYA Co., Ltd.: Photo by Hideki Tazawa. I always call them "senbei." Either way they are delicious, I mean "oishii"!

Okaki (Japanese rice crackers ) MIKIYA Co., Ltd.: Photo by Hideki Tazawa. I always call them "senbei." Either way they are delicious, I mean "oishii"!

Okaki - Japanese Rice Cracker Okaki are traditional Japanese rice crackers. Its a simple recipe to make okaki using blocks of mochi. ~K! trust me, these are savory and mild little crackers. Some will have a little peanut inside and others can be a little spicy. Love them in my lunches!

Okaki - Japanese Rice Cracker Okaki are traditional Japanese rice crackers. Its a simple recipe to make okaki using blocks of mochi. ~K! trust me, these are savory and mild little crackers. Some will have a little peanut inside and others can be a little spicy. Love them in my lunches!

Senbei are a type of Japanese crackers that are made from rice and usually coated with soy sauce or salt. They are often eaten with green tea as a casual snack and offered to visiting house guests as a courtesy refreshment. It is said that the original type of senbei came from China around 200 B.C., and the current Japanese senbei first appeared at Soka, a city in Saitama prefecture.

Senbei are a type of Japanese crackers that are made from rice and usually coated with soy sauce or salt. They are often eaten with green tea as a casual snack and offered to visiting house guests as a courtesy refreshment. It is said that the original type of senbei came from China around 200 B.C., and the current Japanese senbei first appeared at Soka, a city in Saitama prefecture.

Senbei – Japanese Rice Crackers #TwelveLoaves — A Shaggy Dough Story

Senbei – Japanese Rice Crackers #TwelveLoaves

Senbei or sembei, the Japanese rice cracker. Great information on the subject at this website.

Senbei or sembei, the Japanese rice cracker. Great information on the subject at this website.

Japanese rice crackers:  2/3 cup sweet rice flour (Mochiko)  ¼ cup cooked white rice  2 tablespoons plus ½ teaspoon salad oil  ½ teaspoon salt  5 tablespoons water  3 tablespoons honey  2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce  1 ½ tablespoons toasted sesame seeds  optional:

Japanese Crackers with Edamame Dip

Japanese rice crackers: 2/3 cup sweet rice flour (Mochiko) ¼ cup cooked white rice 2 tablespoons plus ½ teaspoon salad oil ½ teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons water 3 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce 1 ½ tablespoons toasted sesame seeds optional:

Senbei are a type of Japanese crackers that are made from rice and usually coated with soy sauce or salt. They are often eaten with green te...

Senbei are a type of Japanese crackers that are made from rice and usually coated with soy sauce or salt. They are often eaten with green te...

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