Easy and Delicious Matcha & Azuki Cream Cake

Matcha is the new taste of the world. Combine it with azuki beans to make it invincible!

Recipe By: Kumamon girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/445)
Serves 6-8

Ingredients

Self raising flour 100g
Eggs 2
Granulated sugar 100g
Butter (salted) 50g
Vanilla extract 1 tsp
Honey (in a bit of water) 1 tsp
Matcha powder 1 level tbsp
Azuki bean cream:
Double cream 150g
Sugar 20g
Tinned sweet azuki beans 1/2 (100g)

Method

1
Put the butter in a bowl and microwave for 30 seconds. Add the sugar and mix, then add the eggs and mix thoroughly.
2
Add the vanilla extract and the honey loosened in some water and mix well. Sieve the flour and matcha powder into the bowl.
3
Mix it gently - if it mixes too much, gluten will form and it become dense. Lightly rub some butter inside a 30cm diameter cake tin and pour in the mixture.
4
Bake for 16-18 minutes in an oven that has been preheated to 180℃. Check with a skewer that nothing sticks! Allow to cool to room temperature.
5
In the meantime, make the azuki bean cream. Put the double cream and sugar in a bowl and whisk to stiff peaks. Add the sweet azuki beans and mix well.
6
Remove the cooled cake from Step 4 from the tin and Cut horizontally into two thin slices. Spread one half with the cream from Step 5 right to the edge.
7
Cover with the other half. Enjoy!
8
Even though I'm just a home cook, I think this cake might make the world smile (maybe).

Tips & Note

Tinned sweet azuki beans in Japanese food stores in London are mostly 200g. This recipe requires only 100g, so what to do with the other half? Make 2 cakes!

Easy and Delicious Matcha & Azuki Cream Cake

Matcha is the new taste of the world. Combine it with azuki beans to make it invincible!

Recipe By: Kumamon girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/445)

Serves 6-8

Ingredients

Self raising flour 100g
Eggs 2
Granulated sugar 100g
Butter (salted) 50g
Vanilla extract 1 tsp
Honey (in a bit of water) 1 tsp
Matcha powder 1 level tbsp
Azuki bean cream:
Double cream 150g
Sugar 20g
Tinned sweet azuki beans 1/2 (100g)

Easy and Delicious Matcha & Azuki Cream Cake

Recipe ID :2583 Posted on 11 APR 2017

Serves 6-8

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Matcha is the new taste of the world. Combine it with azuki beans to make it invincible!

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Method

1
Put the butter in a bowl and microwave for 30 seconds. Add the sugar and mix, then add the eggs and mix thoroughly.
2
Add the vanilla extract and the honey loosened in some water and mix well. Sieve the flour and matcha powder into the bowl.
3
Mix it gently - if it mixes too much, gluten will form and it become dense. Lightly rub some butter inside a 30cm diameter cake tin and pour in the mixture.
4
Bake for 16-18 minutes in an oven that has been preheated to 180℃. Check with a skewer that nothing sticks! Allow to cool to room temperature.
5
In the meantime, make the azuki bean cream. Put the double cream and sugar in a bowl and whisk to stiff peaks. Add the sweet azuki beans and mix well.
6
Remove the cooled cake from Step 4 from the tin and Cut horizontally into two thin slices. Spread one half with the cream from Step 5 right to the edge.
7
Cover with the other half. Enjoy!
8
Even though I'm just a home cook, I think this cake might make the world smile (maybe).

Tips & Note

Tinned sweet azuki beans in Japanese food stores in London are mostly 200g. This recipe requires only 100g, so what to do with the other half? Make 2 cakes!

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