Japanese snack foods question
Question for you, as a recent contributor to that page, or anyone who might know... Is there a collective term in Japanese for "coated peanut" snacks? That I could use to search on-line.
The coating is a crunchy (probably)-rice-based substance. Exterior may have a hard shiny finish, or not. Exterior may have a strong distinctive flavor, or not. Exterior may have additions, like being rolled in sesame seeds. One item in the mix I'm particularly hunting for has what I -think- is a red bean paste "lining".
Kasugai brand "Roast Mix Nuts" is the closest I've been able to find, since my regular source disappeared. "Samurai peanut mix" being sold at a warehouse grocery. Nice and mild flavored, NO overwhelming wasabi! About 6 types in the mix. Distributed by "Specialty Commodities" of scifargo.com. May have been being made in China, which may be why it's disappeared. But the Kasugai thing is close enough, I think it really was a Japanese-origin item; I just have no idea what the Japanese term would be.
- I have already replied a comment at 14:42, 19 November 2007 UTC. --Nightshadow28 (talk) 14:52, 19 November 2007 (UTC)
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