Mochinuts are a hybrid of traditional American doughnuts and Japanese mochi.
They are made of sweet rice flour which, as you may have guessed, is the primary ingredient for mochi.
This mochi rice has a soft gooey texture. So after these donuts are fried, the result is a slightly crispy exterior with a surprisingly chewy interior.
Mochinuts are unique shaped donuts. Small round balls connected to form a ring.
They are also typically coated in an assortment of flavored icings or toppings beyond the standard chocolate and vanilla such as matcha, black sesame, ube, etc.
Popular Korean Street Food.
Korean rice hotdog, that includes rice flour batter wrapped hot dogs, spicy sausages, all mozzarella rice dog and an option that's half hot dog and half mozzarella cheese.
The batter-dipped sticks are coated with optional toppings, from diced potato to breadcrumbs, and freshly fried on the spot.