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Two types of traditional sweets with a delicious sticky rice centre.
Short grain rice, Glutinous rice, Water, Tinned azuki beans , Brown sugar, Soy sauce, Soya bean powder, Sugar
5th May is Boy's Day in Japan, this is a traditional sweet for this occasion.
Tinned butterbeans, Granulated sugar, Water, Food colouring
An easy home made sweet azuki bean dessert.
Chunky azuki bean paste, Water, Golden caster sugar, Agar powder
A lovely melt in the mouth traditional Japanese sweet for New Year. But I've had so many friends ask me to make this throughout the year.
Sweet potato, Sweet chestnut syrup (kanro-ni)
himawari
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It's a firm favourite with kids in Japan. Simply use a waffle maker and have fun.
Eggs, Dashi granules, Salt, Sugar, Spring onions, Melted butter, Flour, Strong flour, Water
Tobuchan
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This goes so well with green tea (matcha).
Butternut squash, Cooked sweet chestnuts, Water, Agar powder, Brown sugar
A lovely summer sweet to cool you down.
Azuki bean preserve, Glutinous rice flour, Silky tofu, Sugar, Water, Agar powder, Matcha, Golden caster sugar, Syrup:, Dark brown sugar, Hot water
A traditional Japanese sweet.
Dumpling:, Refined rice flour (shiratamako), Top grade rice flour (jyoshinko), Warm water, Sauce:, Soy sauce, Golden syrup, Potato starch or cornflour, Water
KitchenCIB
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It's a lovely marshmallowy texture.
Tapioca starch, Or arrowroot, Golden caster sugar, Water, Soya bean powder sugar:, Equal mix of golden caster sugar and soya bean powder
Such a pretty and traditional sweet.
Tinned aduki beans, Brown sugar, Glutinous rice, Water, Caster sugar, Natural pink food colouring
A typical summer sweet in Japan. It's easy to make using tinned aduki beans and it's ready in 2 hours.
Agar powder, Water, Brown sugar, Tinned aduki beans, Salt