"Oshiruko" and "Minestrone" on Mos Burger

Limited-time menus "Oshiruko (bean paste)" and "Minestrone" will appear in the hamburger chain "Mos Burger". Both are suitable for cold weather. It will be available from November 19, 2020 to the end of March 2021.

The contents of each menu and the selling price are as follows. Notation does not include tax.

Shiruko (red bean paste)

Mos Burger "Oshiruko (red bean paste)" "Minestrone"

"Oshiruko" is 325 yen. Maru-mochi is put in a oshiruko made from azuki beans from Tokachi, Hokkaido, which has a gentle and elegant sweetness. In the cold season, which has been popular in Japan for a long time, the classic sweetness is arranged in Moss original Japanese dessert.

Marumochi is made from glutinous rice "Hakucho Mochi" from Nayoro City, Hokkaido, which is one of Japan's leading glutinous rice producing areas. By shortening the sticking time, the texture is left and the finish is crisp. In addition, it is hard to harden and has a long-lasting softness, making it suitable for To go.


Mos Burger "Oshiruko (red bean paste)" "Minestrone"

"Minestrone" is 288 yen. A soup that retains the taste and texture of vegetables. Stir-fry garlic and bacon in olive oil over low heat to bring out the aroma and umami. Add carrots, onions, and celery and stir-fry, and add tomato paste and bouillon. , Cabbage, potatoes, zucchini, red peppers, yellow peppers are included.

For set menus such as hamburgers, you can add minestrone as a drink for an additional 28 yen.

As a general rule, both menus are handled by Mos Burger nationwide, but some stores are not eligible. Please note that the store may be closed, business hours may be changed, and some of the menus may be discontinued.