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  • Cold Sweets Matcha

    Corn Starch Matcha Milk Jelly

    I have shared some recipes for Matcha Jelly Desserts on this website, but this is certainly the easiest one. It is Vegan friendly as you use Corn Starch as a gelling agent. It is delicious as it is, but you may wish to enjoy it with whipped Cream, Matcha Syrup, Condensed Milk, Sweet Azuki Paste, …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha

    Matcha & White Chocolate Shortbread

    The other day I made ‘Matcha Melting Moments’ and I had some leftover Matcha & White Chocolate Cream. I added some Flour and made a few cookies, and those cookies were really good. Then I tried to make them using my Shortbread recipe. The dough turned very dry and I needed to alter the recipe. …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha

    Matcha Melting Moments

    I love ‘Melting Moments with Lemon Cream’. I bet you do, too. If you love Matcha, these ‘Matcha Melting Moments’ must be irresistible. I normally use Custard Powder to make regular Melting Moments, but, for these Matcha Melting Moments, I used Corn Starch because I didn’t want to add yellow colour to the cookies. You …

  • Cold Sweets

    Vegetarian Matcha Jelly

    To make Vegetarian jelly desserts, ‘Agar Agar’ OR ‘Kanten’ are commonly used. However, Agar Agar and Kanten are not widely available where I live. I use Queen’s ‘Jel-It-In’ Vegetarian Gelling Powder and I am a big fan of the product. It doesn’t have unpleasant smell like Gelatine and it is so easy to use. This …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha

    Matcha Pound Cake

    My Basic Pound Cake recipe is easy to remember. You would need 125g of each Butter, Sugar, Eggs and Self-Raising Flour (OR Plain Flour & Baking Powder). By adding extra ingredients to it, you can make a variety of Pound Cakes. Today I added Matcha Powder and Rum. White Chocolate Chips OR Walnuts can be …

  • Cold Sweets Matcha

    Matcha Warabi Mochi

    ‘Warabi Mochi’ is made with ‘Warabi’ (Bracken) starch flour and it is similar to ‘Kuzu Mochi’ which is made with ‘Kuzu’ starch flour. Those rare starch flours are not available for many of us, even in Japan. People make these sweets using some substitutes such as Potato Starch, that is widely available. Today I added …

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    Soft Matcha Chocolate Slices

    This is a special treat for Matcha lovers. I just combined Soft Matcha Chocolate with Sweet Biscuit base that I often use for Cheesecake. Today I used Arnott’s Choc Ripple Biscuits for the base. As it has a strong flavour, Soft Matcha Chocolate also needs a strong flavour. That’s why I added extra Matcha Powder. …

  • Cold Sweets Matcha

    Tapioca Matcha Milk Jelly

    It was my husband who told me about Creamy Tapioca Pudding that many Australians love. I have tried to make it several times following the instruction printed on the package of Tapioca Pearls, and I always burned the bottom of the saucepan. I ended up creating my own Tapioca Milk Jelly. This is Matcha version …

  • Matcha Sweets

    Matcha Syrup

    Just like Coffee Syrup, you can use this bitter Matcha Syrup for Cakes, mix in Drinks, drizzle over Ice Cream, Dango Dumplings, Panna Cotta, Cheesecake, and many other desserts. This recipe makes fairly strong Matcha Syrup. Alter the amount of Matcha Powder to suit your taste. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 1/4 cup Water1/4 cup Catser …

  • Halloween

    Halloween Dango Eyeballs

    When I was looking for Halloween themed food, I found Eyeballs made with Bocconcini (small Mozzarella balls) and Green & Black Olives. What a brilliant idea! I decided I was going to make my own Halloween Eyeballs. The first thing I thought about was Dango Dumplings, which are small white balls. I decorated with coloured …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha

    Sugar Coated Matcha Cookies

    My ‘Easiest Sweet Shortcrust Pastry’ can be a cookie dough. The cookies made of this dough have crumbly texture that is softer than my ‘Basic Cookie Dough’. Today I reduced the amount of Flour and added Almond Meal for even more delicate texture. Matcha Powder can be replaced with Cocoa Powder, or omitted for plain …

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