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Recipes — Finely ground sencha

Finely Ground Sencha Latte

A taste is like a matcha latte! Preparation time: 5 minutes  1-2 tsp finely ground sencha (Yamakai or Yutakamidori), sifted  ½ cup hot water ½ cup milk 2 tsp caster sugar Finely ground sencha for decoration (optional)       Combine finely ground sencha and sugar in a cup; add hot water and mix well. Heat milk in a pan. Whip with a milk steamer. Add formed milk on top of finely ground sencha. Dust finely ground sencha if you like. Note: In step 1, please add cold water (less than 10°C)  if Yutakamidori variety is used.  

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Finely Ground Sencha Marble Cake

Preparation time: 20 minutes  Baking time: 40 minutes 5g finely ground sencha 10g caster sugar 90g caster sugar 2tbsp hot water 120g plain flour 5g baking powder 40g plain yogurt 60g extra virgin olive oil 2 eggs 2tsp vanilla essence   Preheat oven to 180degree fan forced. Grease and line 18x8x8cm pan. In a medium bowl, sift finely ground sencha, sugar (10g) and add hot water; mix until smooth. In another bowl, shift flour, baking powder and sugar (90g); add yogurt and oil. Beat eggs and fold in flour mixture; add vanilla essence. Fold gently half the mixture into green...

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Green Tea Chocolate Ganache

This ganache has full of green tea flavour and a pleasant sweetness. Preparation time: 15 minutes: Refrigeration time: 3 hours 190g white chocolate 10g unsalted butter, melted 90ml fresh cream 10g honey 10g finely ground sencha 2 heaped tsp cornflakes       Line a mini muffin tin with 12 mini patty pans. Sift finely ground sencha in a bowl. Add fresh cream and mix well; add honey and mix well. Microwave white chocolate in another bowl for 30 seconds; stir it and heat for another 10 seconds. Add the chocolate into green tea mixture. Add butter and stir. Microwave...

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Green Tea Dorayaki Pancakes

Japanese sweet for everyone. Preparation time: 5 minutes: Cooking time: 20 minutes 90g plain flour 1tsp finely ground sencha 1tsp baking powder 30g sugar 1 egg, beaten 2 tsp mirin *Mirin is a Japanese sweet seasoning. 100cc milk 1 packet sweet bean paste   Preheat a frying pan. Sift flour, finely ground sencha and baking powder in a bowl. Add sugar, egg and mirin into mixture. Add milk to dough; mix well. Drop a spoonful of dough onto the heated frying pan. Fry each side for one minute. Take out the pancake and keep it in a damped towel. Repeat...

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Green Tea Tiramisu

'East-Meets-West' dessert! Preparing in individual glasses keeps leftover tiramisu nice and clean. Preparation time: 15 minutes: Refrigeration time: 4 hours 100g caster sugar 20 sponge fingers 2 tsp finely ground sencha (Yutakamidori), sifted 6tsp warm water 1 pack Mascarpone cheese 300g fresh cream Finely ground sencha (Yutakamidori) and caster sugar for dust     In a flat plate, mix finely ground sencha and warm water to make paste. In a medium bowl, mix mascarpone and sugar. In another bowl, whip fresh cream; add into cheese mixture. Dip a sponge finger in finely ground sencha paste at a time; place in a serving...

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