Recipe

  • Hojicha Pudding

    Hōjicha (ほうじ茶) is a type of Japanese green tea that is roasted over charcoal unlike most Japanese teas that are usually steamed.  The tea is roasted in  high temperature, which changes the leaf’s colour tints from green to reddish brown. The roasted flavour of Hojicha are somewhat nutty and earthy making some comparing it to coffee. Here we’ll make Hojicha Pudding using  Hojicha powder from HARADA SEICHA, cream, gelatin, milk and sugar. Ingredients (serves for 4):  Hojicha powder – 2 tbspMilk – 200mlCane sugar – 40gWhipping cream – 100mlGelatin powder – 6gCold water – 2 tbsp Preparation:   Pour the cold water into a bowl, then add the gelatin powder and mix well. Leave for 15 mins until it hardens.Method:Warm the milk in a saucepan to about 60 degrees, then add the Hojicha powder, gelatin and sugar and mix well.Turn off the heat and add the whipping cream into the mixture. Mix until evenly combined.Pour the mixture into a 4 small bowls and place them in the fridge to chill for 1 to 2 hours, until ready to serve. Prepared by Reiko from Team SpoonfulWe made it for Harada Tea Sales Singapore Pte. Ltd. and  and Harada Tea Sales Co., Ltd: http://www.harada-tea.co.jp/

  • Sakura Matcha Latte

    Matcha is now recognised to be one of super food and Matcha Latte is getting more and more popular in cafes. Taking more matcha is actually good for health as it is a high source of vitamin C and antioxidants!   Sakura Matcha Latte RecipeServes 1 IngredientsWater 80mlMilk 100mlMilk 20ml for frothingSugar 10gMatcha10gSalted Sakura Flower 2 StepsPlace a Sakura flower in the water for a while to reduce the saltiness.PutHadara Seicha Matcha powder, sugar, Sakura flower and water in a pan and heat up until the sugar is completely dissolved.Add milk 100ml) and warm up the mixture againFroth the milk(20ml)Pour step 3 into a cup and top up with the frothed milk and decorate with a Sakura flowerEnjoy! This recipe is created by Team Spoonful We made it specially for Harada Tea Sales Singapore Pte. Ltd. and Harada Tea Sales Co., Ltd : http://www.harada-tea.co.jp/

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