An de kiri is a collaboration product of cream cheese brand "kiri" and rice cracker maker Mochi Kobo, and has been on sale since November.
When you open the package, it smells like condensed milk azuki beans on shaved ice.
When eaten as it is, the richness of cream cheese and the slight saltiness match the flavor of azuki beans, and the grainy glutinous rice creates an unprecedented texture. It seems that you can eat one pack as it is, but according to the package, it is recommended to eat it on toast. A forbidden carbohydrate combo with bread and rice cakes? But you should have breakfast!
Put a generous amount of paste on the toasted toast and grab it. Yeah, this is definitely! !! Creamy paste wraps the crispy fragrant toast, and you can enjoy a much richer toast than usual. The paste itself is modestly sweet and has a moderate acidity, so it will not be too heavy for breakfast.
In addition, you can eat it deliciously by putting it on pancakes or pouring milk and heating it in the microwave. I would like to arrange it in combination with various ingredients.