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Wagashi.  Celebrate MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL at SM City San Lazaro! Take a snapshot with your family and friends at our Giant Mooncake centerpiece located until TODAY only at the Upper Ground Floor Event Center  #MooncakeFestival #SMSanLazaro

Wagashi. Celebrate MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL at SM City San Lazaro! Take a snapshot with your family and friends at our Giant Mooncake centerpiece located until TODAY only at the Upper Ground Floor Event Center #MooncakeFestival #SMSanLazaro

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Matcha Mizu Yokan  1. Soak the 5 g agar in 250cc water for 15 minutes. Place the agar and water into a pot. Cook under low heat while stirring occasionally with a wooden spatula. Add 30 g sugar and when the mixture is an even consistency, turn off the heat.   2. In a bowl mix 5 g Matcha powder with 10cc water. Add 300 g white bean paste (shiro-an) and mix well.   3. Add 2. into 1. After boiling a little, put the mixture in a mold that has been moistened with water. Refrigerate until gelled.

Matcha Mizu Yokan 1. Soak the 5 g agar in 250cc water for 15 minutes. Place the agar and water into a pot. Cook under low heat while stirring occasionally with a wooden spatula. Add 30 g sugar and when the mixture is an even consistency, turn off the heat. 2. In a bowl mix 5 g Matcha powder with 10cc water. Add 300 g white bean paste (shiro-an) and mix well. 3. Add 2. into 1. After boiling a little, put the mixture in a mold that has been moistened with water. Refrigerate until gelled.

Although we don't see many kudzu vines taking over large patches of land in the west, it is often referred to as the "mile-a-minute-vine" in the South. It all started in 1876 when someone thought it would be a good idea to introduce the kudzu plant from Japan to the U.S. Instead of providing some nice exotic-looking shade, it became America's first horticultural Asian Invasion. It's been "so successful" that every year, U.S. power companies spend $1.5 million dollars repairing downed and…

Japanify: Kuzu Matcha Kanten with Mizu Yokan

Although we don't see many kudzu vines taking over large patches of land in the west, it is often referred to as the "mile-a-minute-vine" in the South. It all started in 1876 when someone thought it would be a good idea to introduce the kudzu plant from Japan to the U.S. Instead of providing some nice exotic-looking shade, it became America's first horticultural Asian Invasion. It's been "so successful" that every year, U.S. power companies spend $1.5 million dollars repairing downed and…

Mizu Yokan (Red Bean Jelly) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Mizu Yokan

Milky way Youkan (youkan is Japanese confectionery )

これは素晴らしい「天の川」を表現した京都の和菓子が美しすぎる件

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