Tofu Recipes

Sesame Rice with Soybeans


1 ½ cups white rice

1 ½ cups mochi rice

½ cup white sesame seeds

½ pound soybeans* (optional)

*soybeans can be purchased at Japanese food stores already packaged in water.


3 tablespoons sesame seed oil

3 tablespoons shoyu (soy sauce)

3 tablespoons sake

3 tablespoons mirin

1 tablespoon Dashi powder

1 teaspoon salt


After washing and draining white rice, place white rice, mochi rice, sesame

seeds, and soybeans into rice cooker.

Add seasoning ingredients into cup used to measure rice and top off with water.

Pour into rice cooker.

Add 2 more cups of water (using rice measuring cup) into rice cooker.

Cover and cook.

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