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|Place of origin||Japan|
|Main ingredients||Mochi, azuki bean jam|
|Cookbook: Monaka Media: Monaka|
Monaka (最中?) is a Japanese sweet made of azuki bean jam filling sandwiched between two thin crisp wafers made from mochi. The jam can be made from azuki beans but also with sesame seed, chestnuts, or rice cake (Mochi).
Modern monaka can also be eaten filled with ice cream.
Monaka is a type of dessert (wagashi) which is served with tea. There are still many very famous monaka specialty stores in Japan.
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