This past weekend on Sunday September 30th was , or literally “moon-viewing”, a day when you celebrate the autumn by looking at the full moon at a time when it is biggest and brightest! Unfortunately, a typhoon was moving through so we couldn’t do much actual moon viewing, but I wanted to celebrate anyway, so I made dinner and a special Tsukimi treat that is really easy to make!
During the weekend I also took a lot of pictures of fall flowers and the rice fields since I had Friday off! Let’s see those first:
Fields of Cosmos, a beautiful fall flower!
Now for dinner and tsukimi dango on Sunday
So, are the special version of regular dango that are plain, so no sauce or color, and are usually stacked in a pyramid and displayed with Susuki grass. Since it seemed easy enough, I decided to make them, so here are the steps:
You need: Dango flour, water, and sugar (optional). That’s it.