• Azuki (Red Beans) Matcha

    Matcha Dorayaki

    ‘Dorayaki’ is a Japanese sweet of two small pancake-like sponge wrapped a filling of Sweet Azuki (Red Bean) Paste. Add Matcha Powder to the batter to make this delicious ‘Matcha Dorayaki’. Azuki Paste goes well with Cream and Butter. Today I filled Azuki Paste and Butter Cream. Makes 6 to 8 Dorayaki Ingredients 1 cup …

  • Cold Sweets Matcha

    Matcha Panna Cotta

    This is much easier to make than ‘Matcha Bavarois’ and all Matcha lovers should try. You don’t like Matcha? You should try it once anyway. I am quite sure you will enjoy this dessert. It is absolutely easy to make. Heat Milk & Cream mixture hot enough so that Gelatine dissolves, then cool to set. …

  • Matcha

    Soft Matcha Chocolate

    Dark chocolate or white chocolate, ganache is easy to make. You just mix the right amount of ingredients. Adding some Matcha Powder to the white chocolate ganache makes this delicious dessert. You only need 3 ingredients. No chocolate dessert can be easier than this! Ingredients 200g White Chocolate 80ml Cream *This amount makes quite soft …

  • Cold Sweets Matcha

    Matcha Jelly

    Here is a warning to all Matcha lovers. This ‘Matcha Jelly’ is quite addictive and your matcha consumption might increase significantly. That’s happened to me. The jelly is sweetened but I really recommend to enjoy it with White Chocolate Sauce, which is easy to make (*see below for the recipe), OR Condensed Milk or Vanilla …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha Nuts

    Matcha Biscotti

    I love Biscotti, the crunchy Italian sweet ‘twice-baked’ biscuits . Classic Almond Biscotti is my favourite. My daughter made Cranberry & Pistachio Biscotti on the other day and they were absolutely delicious. Do you like Biscotti? Why don’t you try my Japanese inspired ‘Matcha Biscotti’? I usually use Walnuts, but Almonds, Macadamia or Pistachio are …

  • Drink Matcha

    Super Easy Iced Matcha Latte

    You don’t need blender or liquidiser to make this drink. Just place all ingredients into a large glass, seal it with plastic wrap, secure with your hand, then shake it well until Matcha powder is well dissolved. I use a plastic cup that came with my old personal blender because it has a lid. If …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha

    Matcha & Chunky Chocolate Scones

    Based on Auntie Lorna’s Scone recipe, my Japanese original ‘Matcha & Chunky Chocolate Scones’ are naturally delicious! If you like Matcha flavour, add extra Matcha powder. I used dark chocolate this time, but white chocolate is also very nice for this Matcha scone. Because baking time is only 10 minutes or so, these scones can …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha

    Super Easy Matcha Biscuits

    This recipe is based on my ‘Shortbread Butter Biscuits’ recipe. I simply add 1 tablespoon of Matcha powder to it. If you like stronger Matcha flavour, add more Matcha for extra bitterness. And again, I don’t use much sugar. This biscuit dough can be cut out into your favourite shapes or refrigerated to be sliced. …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha Sweets

    Matcha Cheesecake

    Matcha Cheesecake has become very popular all around the world. If you google it, you will see millions of photos of Matcha Cheesecake and many recipes as well. This cheesecake is based on my Super-Easy Cheesecake recipe. I simply added Matcha Powder to it. And I made an attempt to create Latte Art style decoration …

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