Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Japanes Cuisines: A Few Easy Japanese Dessert Recipes You Can Prepare At Home

By Kwan Suk

Japanese food is, as considered by many, very wholesome. More and more people have become fans of Japanese cuisine, not only because of the health advantages it offers, but additionally due to its wonderful taste.

Today, numerous people are looking for Japanese dessert recipes. Perhaps to go with the Japanese meals, people are learning to make Japanese desserts. The best thing is that Japanese dessert recipes are easy to make.

Anmitsu is an example of Japanese dessert that is a favorite among many. To prepare kanten jelly for it, you require half a stick of kanten, sic tablespoons of sugar, and a teaspoon of lemon juice. For the syrup, you will require 2 tablespoons of lemon juice and two-thirds cup of sugar. One-third cup of anko, oranges or peaches will function as toppings for the dessert.

Soak kanten for an hour and tear it into parts. Place one and two-thirds cup of water in a pot and heat. Add the kanten pieces and sugar. Boil, and then cook for ten minutes while stirring. Pour the fluid in a flat container and let cool. Put one-fourth mug of water and two-thirds mug of sugar in a pot and boil. Add up lemon juice and allow it cool. Slice the kanten jelly into small cubes, include the fruits and pour the syrup in. Put anko on top and serve.

Onimanju is a cake with sweet potato. To make this, you will need three-fourths lb of satsumaimo, break into cubes; small cup of sugar, one cup of all purpose flour, 1 tablespoon of shiratamako flour, and two tablespoons of milk. Drench the satsumaimo in water for 15 minutes. Drain and add sugar, setting it aside for 30 min. Drain it again, this time keeping the liquid, adding in the flour and shiratamako. Mix and add in milk. Add satsumaimo cubes, obtain a spoonful of dough and lay on parchment paper. Steam for 10 minutes, allow it to cool, and serve.

Japanese dessert recipes are simple to follow, and these are great desserts for you to serve following a Japanese meal.

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