Dango Dumplings are a dish introduced in Cooking Mama: World Kitchen


Dango is a Japanese dumpling made from glutinous rice flour, and therefore, similar to mochi. They're as versatile as mochi and is often eaten on a skewer and comes in different types depending on the season.

This dish is based off of mitarashi dango, a type of dango grilled before being covered in a sweet soy sauce glaze.

Cooking Mama: World KitchenEdit


  1. Knead in the ingredients!
  2. Roll it into a ball!
  3. Boil the dumplings!
  4. Boil it!
  5. Place on a stick!
  6. Grill with charcoal!
  7. Spread it on with a brush!


  • Rice Flour (shiratamako)
  • Water
  • Sugar
  • Soy Sauce
  • Potato Flour (katakuriko)
  • Presented with red Japanese maple leaves.

Cooking Mama Let's Cook! Edit

In this game, the name has changed to the original format of Mitarashi Dango.

Recipe Edit

  1. Knead it!
  2. Roll it into a ball!
  3. Boil it!
  4. Put them on a skewer!
  5. Boil it down!
  6. Put on some sauce!


  • Rice Flour
  • Water
  • Soy Sauce
  • Cooking Wine
  • Sugar
  • Potato Flour



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