Posts Tagged ‘oyatsu’

matcha mille crepe cake

Matcha Mille Crepe Cake

Save Print Matcha Mille Crepe Cake   Matcha mille crepe cake is a gorgeous cake made with thin stacked layers of buttery crepes, with sweet and flavorful matcha cream in between. It is creamy and scrumptious! Remember to use lukewarm milk.! If the milk is cold, the butter will hardens and if it is too […]

matcha cake with raisins

Matcha Cake with Raisins

Save Print Matcha Cake with Raisins   Raisins add extra sweetness to this flavorful cake. Pair it with classic green tea, sencha! Ingredients 1 oz (30g) butter 2 eggs 3.5 oz (100g) sugar 2 tablespoons heavy cream 4.5 oz (120g) flour 2 tablespoons matcha ½ teaspoon baking soda 3.5 oz (100g) raisins Instructions Heat the […]

matcha castella

Matcha Castella Cake

Save Print Matcha Castella Cake   Castella cake is fluffy and airy, with a very prevalent sweetness. It was introduced originally to Nagasaki from Portugal in the 16th century, and the recipe has been slightly modified to Japanese taste. The name is derived from the Portuguese term Pão de Castela, which means “bread from Castile […]

anko crumpet

Anko Crumpets

Today’s oyatsu (snack) is an anko crumpet! A crumpet is a small griddle cake originated in England. The outside is crispy and crunchy and the inside is soft and chewy. The flat top has pores–perfect for butter to permeate. Scrumptious Crumpet in southeast Portland makes great crumpets! We put butter (lots of), anko (redbean paste), […]