A moffle is a Japanese dish consisting of mochi rice cake cooked in a waffle iron, which creates a waffle. A typical cooked moffle has a crunchy exterior with a thin interior layer of glutinous mochi. When prepared as a dessert, it is typically served with various condiments. It is also prepared as a snack food using ingredients such as ham and cheese or cod roe.
Sanyei Company claims to have invented the moffle, receiving a trademark for the product in 2000. Sanyei mass-produces moffle makers for consumer and commercial use. Some restaurants use flavored mochi to prepare the moffle.
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- In Japan, Waffle + Mochi = Moffle. Inventor Spot.