A nous le Japon!

Sweeeet!

Sweeeet! et de retour! Pour nos premières confiseries japonaises de l’année voici la dernière fournée! Plutôt palote comme le temps ici! Notre premier est fort similaire aux autres avec sa pâte de mochi a l’extérieur mais avec a l’intérieur de la pâte de anko blanche (pâte de haricot blanc) et un morceau de châtaigne. Très bon et très moelleux!

Sweeeet! is back! Here are our first Japanese sweets of the year. They are rather pale but I guess it goes well with the weather with have been having. Our first one was very similar to the other ones  in appearance (!), mochi paste but it was stuffed with white anko paste (sweet white bean paste) and a piece of chestnut.

Le second a l’aspect brillant m’a laisse perplexe, l’extérieur étant dur est presque comme de la pâte de…. impossible de savoir !

The second one is a mystery!It had red bean paste inside but a doughy crust outside.  My research didn’t go far, I am unable to tell you what it was!?

Mochi fourre a la pate de anko et saupoudrer de kinako (farine de soja).

The last one was a “regular” mochi stuffed with anko sprinkled with kinako, soy bean flour.

4 responses

  1. NAJ

    ummm… おいしそう!!!!

    January 30, 2011 at 1:19 am

  2. Natsuki! Do you know whatthe second sweet (the brown one) is and what is it made off???

    January 30, 2011 at 5:13 pm

  3. NAJ

    ummmm…. kurozatou (kane sugure) flavor??

    February 6, 2011 at 8:31 pm

    • yeah that could be it! the color was definitively brown like cane sugar!

      February 7, 2011 at 10:44 am

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