Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkEthnic Cuisine · 1 decade ago

I need a very quick and easy Japanese dessert recipe.?

Any help would be appreciated!!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    30 min 15 min prep

    1 1/2 cups whipping cream

    green tea powder, to taste

    sugar or sugar substitute, to taste

    Whip the cream until bubbles start to form.

    Add in green tea powder.

    Add in sugar or sugar substitute.

    A beautiful green will appear, and enjoy!

    (Hey, Whats with the .? at the end of your question???)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Realistically...

    Look, a lot of these recipes are great but unless you live in NYC or SF, the ingredients are not next door. If you live next to a Trader Joe's or a Whole Foods, or any fancy grocery store, go to the ice cream section and buy the ice cream rice cakes (MOCHI), which come usually in green tea, strawberry, mango and red bean flavor. They're yummy, quick, a bit different, and more accessible than most desserts. Also, it's been my experience that most Westerners have difficulty with the red bean flavor (read: they cannot fathom why you have sweet beans as dessert).

    Don't feel bad--desserts are a recent addition to East Asian cuisine (sweets aren't but desserts are). While fruit would be a more authentic end to the meal, cutting fruit is not really a 'recipe.'

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    INGREDIENTS:

    • 1 1/3 cup joshinko (rice flour)

    • 3/4 cup warm water

    • For Sauce: 2/3 cup water

    • 1/2 cup sugar

    • 2 1/2 tbsps soy sauce

    • 1 1/2 tbsp katakuriko (dogtooth violet starch) /cornstarch

    • 1 1/2tbsp water

    • *Bamboo skewers

    PREPARATION:

    Put rice flour in a bowl and add warm water. Knead the dough well. Make small round dumplings. Place the dumplings in a steamer and steam them on high heat for 10 min. Cool the dumplings and skewer them in bamboo sticks. (3-4 dumplings each stick.) Mix water, sugar, and soysauce in a pan and put it on medium heat. Mix the water and katakuriko starch in a cup and set aside. When the sauce boils, add the starch mixture and mix quickly. Slightly grill the skewered dumplings and brush the sauce over them.

    *Makes 4 servings.

    This recipe is not too hard but you will not find any easy japanese recipes the japanese cooking motto is put your soul into what you cook. The japnese tradition is nothing like the north americain lifestle. SORRY.

  • 1 decade ago

    Try this site:

    http://japanesefood.about.com/cs/dessertssnacks/a/...

    Chi Chi Dango Mochi

    1 lb of Mochiko, glutinous rice flour

    2 1/2 Cups of sugar

    1 tsp Baking powder

    2 Cups of water

    1 Can of coconut milk, (14 ounce)

    1 tsp Vanilla extract

    1/4 tsp Red food color

    1 1/2 Cups of potato starch

    Begin by preheating the oven to 175 degrees C (350 degrees F). Then grease a 9 by 13 inch baking pan. Whisk the rice flour, baking powder and sugar together, and put it aside. Then, in a medium sized bowl, mix together the coconut milk, water, vanilla and red coloring, and then blend in the rice flour mixture. Pour this batter into the greased baking pan, cover with a foil and bake for one hour. Then let it cool completely. Next, dust a clean surface with the potato starch and turn the pan of mochi on it. Use a plastic knife to cut the mochi into bite size pieces. This is a delicious Japanese dessert.

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  • 1 decade ago

    2 sticks Kanten (agar-agar)

    1 can cooked Azuki beans with sugar

    Wash kanten and tear it into small pieces into a bowl full of water. Squeeze out the water.

    Put kanten and 10 ounces of water in a pan and cook over low heat until the kanten is melted.

    Add the can of cooked beans to the kanten and pour into mold. Chill until it is set. Remove kanten from mold and cut into squares.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Depending on your age, Saki (Rice Wine) and Thin Waffer cookies (not heavily filled w/sugar) are a light Dessert.

  • 1 decade ago

    Cut an orange into 6 pieces and put it on a plate...

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    save the hassle and go buy some Mochi Balls

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