What is Dangoko
Dangoko (団子粉, だんご粉) is primarily used to make dango, sweet rice dumplings, skewered onto a bamboo stick. Typically, there are three to five dumplings (traditionally five) on a skewer and covered with a sweet soy sauce glaze or topped with sweet red bean paste.
What is Dangoko Made of?
Dangoko is made of both rice flour and glutinous rice flour and the ratio is really up to the manufacturer. Dangoko is a bit firmer in my opinion, so I usually make my own ratio with rice flour and glutinous rice flour, shown in this recipe.