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steamed hojicha muffins

Steamed Hojicha Muffins

Save Print Steamed Hojicha Muffins   Steamed hojicha muffins are light and flavorful. Grind loose leaf hojicha in a cleaned electric coffee grinder to make hojicha powder (make sure the grinder is unplugged when you clean it). A perfect little treat for tea time! You can put anko (red bean paste) in the middle, or […]

matcha brownies

Matcha Brownies

Save Print Matcha Brownies   Matcha brownies are rich and soft, with a beautiful green cake on the outside and a rich chocolate with matcha undertones on the inside. This recipe includes walnuts, which are natural antioxidants. Ingredients for a 8″ x 10″ pan 60g (2oz) roasted walnuts 160g (6oz) white chocolate, chopped or use […]

matcha cheese cake

Matcha Cheese Cake

Save Print Matcha Cheese Cake   A cafe in Kyoto started serving matcha cheese cake in a masu (wooden sake cup) and it became a huge hit. We tried to recreate it and it tastes good. Plus, it’s not too hard to make. You can use your own cups! Ingredients 3-4 slices thin sliced bread […]

matcha cake

Matcha Gateau au Chocolat

Save Print Matcha Gateau au Chocolat   Matcha cake with white chocolate. It is moist, rich and decadent! Ingredients 6 oz (150g) white chocolate, chopped (or use chips) 1 stick (113g) unsalted butter 4 egg yolks 3 Tablespoons (45g) sugar ⅓ cup (75cc) heavy cream 3 Tablespoons (30g) flour 4 Tablespoons (30g) matcha powder 4 […]

matcha almond latte

Almond Matcha Latte

Did you know that Martha Hunt, a Victoria’s Secret model, starts her day with a matcha latte? She substitutes almond milk for whole milk for its high energy, proteins, and fiber, and has zero lactose and cholesterol. When mixed with matcha that is rich in vitamins and antioxidants, almond matcha latte makes a perfect energizer […]

matcha and yuzu

Yuzu Matcha

A slice of yuzu peel adds a nice refreshing aroma to a shot of matcha, just like an espresso with lemon peel. You can find yuzu at your local Asian market at this time of year, or a Meyer lemon can be a nice substitute. Add a bit of sweetness to bring out the umami […]

matcha milk pudding

Easy Matcha Milk Pudding

Save Print Easy Matcha Milk Pudding   Matcha Milk Pudding is easy to make, and tastes amazing! Sifting matcha is an important step that you don’t want to skip, otherwise you have clumps in the milk. Also, straining the matcha milk is important to make the pudding smooth. The red bean paste is optional. We […]

momo sencha cold brew

Cold Brew Momo (Peach) Sencha

To cold brew momo sencha, pour 1 cup (250cc) cold water to 2 gram momo sencha and wait 20 minutes. The smooth, refreshing taste of the sencha compliments the sweet undertone of peaches along with a tiny hint of mint. Take some time to sit down with a cup of Jugetsudo momo senchato celebrate summer! […]

cold brew organic sencha classic green tea

Time for Cold Brew Tea

Cold brew tea is easy to make and tastes amazing! Hot water tends to bring out the tannic, bitter flavor in tea, but with cold water, the tea will be mellow; smooth and with lots of delicate umami! To make cold brew tea, put one teaspoon of loose leaf tea (or one teabag) in one […]

matcha biscotti

Healthy Matcha Biscotti

Save Print Healthy Matcha Biscotti   This easy to make biscotti is healthy because of the matcha, green tea powder that is rich in vitamins and antioxidant. And the okara makes it even healthier. Okara is soybean meal, a byproduct of the making of tofu. Okara is basically dregs from making soy milk. It is […]